Car Accident Round-Up — Being Hit By Car May Have Saved Young Girl’s Life
Brain tumor found in MRI scan after young girl sustained injuries in car accident
One-Car Crash Closes I-196 Business Loop In Michigan
The Grand Rapids Press reports a one-car accident along the I-196 business loop at Fairview Road in Ottawa County closed the westbound lanes. The sheriff’s department and fire crews responded when the car apparently hit a tree and a telephone pole, causing wires to fall in the area. The 31-year-old driver was taken to Spectrum Health Butterworth hospital.
Car Crashes Through YMCA Wall In New Jersey
A 46-year-old woman was attempting to park her 2002 Volvo at the side of the YMCA in Hillsborough early Tuesday morning when her car went over the curb, about three feet through the wall and into a room used by the YMCA’s day-care program, reports mycentralJersey.com. Neither the children in the building, the woman nor her 5-year-old were injured.
Four-Car Pileup In New York
A 21-year-old driver of a white Ford Explorer failed to stop for traffic and crashed into a Ford Ranger in Jamestown, pushing the Ranger into a Mitsubishi 4X4 and into a GMC 1500 pick-up, creating a domino effect, reports The Post-Journal. The GMC and Mitsubishi were stopped in traffic and the Ranger was attempting to stop when it was rear-ended by the Explorer. There were no serious injuries.
Being Hit By Car May Have Saved Young Girl’s Life
ClickOn Detroit reports an 8-year-old girl being hit by a car outside her elementary school in Dearborn Heights, Michigan may have ended up saving her life. She was rushed to the hospital where she was treated for a broken arm and scratches. She later complained of headaches in the back of her head. Since the girl landed hard after being thrown into the air, an MRI was done to make sure there were no other injuries. It was then a brain tumor was found. Surgery was performed to remove the tumor and the family was told there would be no chemotherapy since it was found so early.
Former High School Basketball Star Killed In Car Crash
An 18-year-old girl returning to Irvine, Texas from a trip to San Juan Capistrano with friends was killed in a car accident on Saturday, reports CBS47 in Fresno, California. She had been a basketball standout from Fresno Christian High School and was now living in Irvine and playing basketball for Concordia University. Riding in the backseat of the car and not wearing a seatbelt, she was thrown from the car when the driver hit another car around 4 a.m. and lost control. The other three girls had minor injuries.
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