Texting Leads to Fatal Crash
Recently the news published results from Texas Transportation Institute study that showed reaction time is much slower if driving while texting.
“When focused on the road, the drivers typically reacted within two seconds of seeing the light. When they were texting, however, it took up to four seconds for drivers to react. Read more here.
The Asheville Citizen Times reported that a 21 year old man texted a minute before crossing the center line and crashing his vehicle into another. The driver, Jefferson Ellis Jr died at the scene while the driver and passenger of the other vehicle were taken to Mission Hospital and treated for their injuries.
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