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The relationship between age and driving behavior has interested highway safety researchers and administrators for many years. It is generally acknowledged that the greatest risk of traffic crashes is among teenage drivers. Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers across the United States.
Teen driver statistics are dire. According to research conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safetyto year old drivers are nine times more likely to be involved in a crash than adults and six times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than adults. In 1, young drivers ages 15 to 20 years old died in motor vehicle crashes, an increase of 9 percent from
Registered in Ireland: A teenager who was involved in a road accident yesterday morning in Co. Cork has died in hospital. The man in his late teens was taken by ambulance to Cork University Hospital with serious head injuries where he passed away today.
A driver allegedly left his passengers for dead as he tried to run from the scene of a two-car fatal crash in Melbourne's south-east on Sunday. Investigators are still on the scene where an year-old Cranbourne woman and a year-old Frankston boy riding in an allegedly stolen car were killed just after 4pm on the South Gippsland Highway in Cranbourne. The year-old driver was allegedly restrained by a passerby until police arrived after he tried to flee from the accident.
Rohrer was fatally injured in a car crash at th and Switzer Wednesday afternoon. Rohrer was a student at Blue Valley Northwest high school. According to a letter from the school, Rohrer was an active member in school […].
A year-old boy and an year-old woman died when the blue Commodore they were in hit another car at Cranbourne just after 4pm on Sunday. Family members have laid flowers at the scene of the crash and left messages Byron and Ms Kirkwood. A family member of the year-old woman who died in the crash told Nine News her cousin was full of love and joy.
Family and friends are remembering a teenage girl and boy who died in a crash involving an allegedly stolen car. Jordana Kirkwood, 18, and Byron Hampton, 16, died when the blue Commodore they were in, and another car, collided in the Melbourne suburb of Cranbourne just after 4pm on Sunday. A third passenger, a year-old Frankston North girl, is fighting for life while a fourth, an year-old Baxter man, suffered minor injuries.
The mother of a teen killed in horror smash says she's sending "her love to the family of the driver" who picked up her son in an allegedly stolen car. Nicole Hampton, who lay flowers at the crash scene today, said her son was simple looking for a lift to get out of the rain when he jumped in a blue Holden Commodore driven by year-old Dylan Cassidy. The Frankston man allegedly tried to flee the scene on the South Gippsland Highway, near Camms Rd and is currently under police guard at Dandenong Hospital.