KWCH reports the tragic loss of a teen driver this week. "The Kansas Highway Patrol says Mariah Lowe, 18, of Abilene was driving a 2016 Nissan Sentra east on I-70 when she left the road on the south side for an unknown reason. Officials say Lowe's vehicle struck a concrete culvert, overturned and caught fire.
The accident happened about 8:46 a.m., approximately 9 miles east of Abilene. Lowe was pronounced dead at the scene." The specific circumstances surrounding Lowe's accident are unknown; nonetheless, we hope that the following information will help prevent other teens and families from losing their loved one(s):
5 to Drive - Teen Accident Prevention
Using the "8 Danger Zone" factors and determining the five most dangerous, there is a movement called "5 to Drive" across the nation. During National Teen Driver Safety Week, agencies across the country provide education and prevention techniques, to lower the number of car accident deaths and injuries caused to/by teens. The "5 to Drive" tips are:
Our condolences go out to the family who lost Mariah! There is possibly a case for wrongful death in the case of this accident. Getting an attorney experienced with auto accidents, immediately, is a must. If you, or your loved one, are involved in a serious accident call us today @ 913-602-7288 or complete this FORM.
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