It is always sad when a vibrant young person perishes. Car accidents are a leading case of death for teenagers, as a recent one in the St. Clair Shores, Michigan, area illustrates.
A 21-year-old woman in Detroit, Michigan, was killed in a freak car accident reportedly caused by a reckless, speeding driver.
Last spring, a teenager in Michigan was driving at around 110 miles per hour when his car went off the road and collided with a tree. The wreck happened at about 3:42 a.m.
A tragic two-car accident is being investigated by the Michigan State Police after it left one person dead in Bruce Township.
People travel with their pets all of the time. We've all seen a dog sticking his head out of a truck window, tongue hanging out in the wind. Since 43.3 million American households have pets, there are plenty of animal companions to go around.
A man and his girlfriend were involved in a car accident, and he's now in critical condition, seriously hurt in the wreck. Police are still searching for his girlfriend, though, after she allegedly got out of the driver's seat and ran from the crash scene.
Police in Michigan are investigating a fatal accident, trying to get to the bottom of it and find out just what caused the deadly crash. They're still waiting to get both a crash data report and a blood test.
Most parents would more than likely agree that older teens are inherently more trustworthy, emotionally mature and fiscally responsible than their younger teen counterparts. By extension, it would then follow that the majority of parents would also more than likely agree that teens between the ages of 18 to 20 are inherently better drivers than teens between the ages of 15 to 17.