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The rates of child auto fatalities

Michigan parents may not be aware that the South has the highest rate of children under the age of 15 being killed in a car crash, while the Northeast has the lowest rate. This is according to a joint study conducted by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Harvard University.

Device may identify drivers distracted by phones

Michigan motorists who use their phones while driving and cause crashes as a result may be more easily identified if a tool known as the "textalyzer" comes into widespread use by law enforcement. Inspired by the Breathalyzer, the textalyzer can be attached to a phone. In just a few moments, it can identify the last actions of the driver on the phone, such as texting or swiping on apps, and whether that action was hands-free.

3-vehicle wreck leaves 1 dead, 3 injured

A Michigan woman is dead following a three-car crash in Easton Township on the afternoon of April 25. An adult and two children involved in the accident suffered injuries and were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment. According to the report, the accident happened shortly after 1:30 p.m. just outside of Ionia as a 70-year-old Ionia man driving a southbound Chevy Suburban on N. State Road smashed into to the back of a Ford Fusion, which was stopped as the driver, a 71-year old woman, was waiting to turn left. The impact forced the Fusion into the opposite lane and into the path of a Jeep Cherokee, killing the Fusion driver.

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