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Prom Season, Driving Safely and What You Can Do

It’s spring.  It’s prom season.  While the flowers bloom, and spring cleaning helps us get out of the winter doldrums, there is also danger in the air, especially for teenage drivers and those around them.  Considering that motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of teenage death, and 90% of motor vehicle accidents are the result of driving behavior, prom season is a good time to focus on the dangerous side of proms.

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Selfies Gone Wrong: Car Accident Leaves One Dead

In High Point, North Carolina on April 26, 2014, a 32 year old woman was in the process of posting a photograph of herself on Facebook while driving on Interstate 85. Her vehicle veered left, over the middle of the road, causing a head-on collision with a truck coming from the opposite direction. The 2005 Toyota Corolla was pushed into a ditch where it caught on fire. The driver, Courtney Ann Sanford, was killed as a result of the accident. Read more