Royal Oak, MI

Mustang Crashes Into Michigan Home

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Every day we are on the road with someone that is in a rush, someone that has someone to be, or someone that woke up late.

It is important to make sure while you are driving you aware of the cars around you, so you can prevent accidents from happening. The person in the other car should do the same as well.

Another key thing is to always watch the speed limit because you never know when you might get pulled over or when a policeman may feel like pulling you over.

The best advice anyone could ever take is to pull over if you are speeding and a policeman is trying to pull you over. It is never a bright idea to go on a high-speed chase.

Taking it to the next level will get you in more trouble and more fines because the situation may escalate faster than you think and maybe something you cannot handle.

In an article from Fox 2 News called "Royal Oak Police get call on speeding Mustang, find it crashed into house minutes later" by Fox 2 Staff stated

"Royal Oak Police said a man driving a speeding Ford Mustang that ran a red light was found hiding along the side of the house, just moments after someone called to report the car's erratic driving.

According to police, the call came in around 8 p.m. on Friday, March 29th about a red Ford Mustang that was speeding and ran the red light eastbound on Normandy Road at Delemere Blvd.

Within two minutes, ROPD said they received more calls about a red Mustang crashing into a home near Main Street and Normandy Road, about a mile-and-a-half away from the first location.

There were people inside the home at the time of the crash but they were not hurt.

Royal Oak Police and Clawson officers arrived and found the driver, hiding along the side of the house."

The first thing to note is I believe the March 29th date is a typo since it is March 26th but, on the other hand, while the driver was getting questioned he tried to run away from the police.

It is clear that the driver did not get away but, police believe that the result of the crash was from the driver being under the influence.

It does not state whether the driver was charged with anything, it stated that the driver was released to medical treatment.

I do not see why the driver would not be charged with anything since he broke the law in several ways such as refusing to pull over, driving into a resident's house, trying to run away from the police, and driving under the influence.

My question is who will be repairing the resident's home and how were they able to get the car out of the resident's home.

It is important to think about how your actions can affect people because someone could have been hurt or he could have hit someone with the car.

On the other hand, if you are going to under the influence it is important to at least have someone be your driver for the night.

Speeding was not necessary either regardless of where you have to be because anything can happen within minutes of you choosing to speed.

A lot of people lose their lives to people being careless and not thinking about being safe. Some individuals forget that a car is not something light.

A car can also kill innocent people if it is not operated by the right person, or by someone who is in their right mind.

How would you handle this situation?

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