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Second Person Dies From Injuries in Tragic Auburn Crash

March 21, 2020

AUBURN, AL- writes that a crash in Auburn claimed another victim. The incident took place on Annalue Drive. The victim passed away in the hospital from the injuries she sustained in the two-vehicle wreck.*

The other victim, a 32-year-old man, died at the scene of the crash. Reports indicate that the collision occurred when the 32-year-old man was driving westbound and swerved into the eastbound lanes of traffic. The car collided with another vehicle head-on, and the man operating the car that traveled left of center died at the scene. The eastbound vehicle was carrying two occupants, one of which is the woman who later passed away in the hospital. The condition of the other victim is not yet known. Police believe that speed and wet roadway conditions were likely involved in the deadly collision. 

Speed is a major factor in many deadly accidents. Speeding drivers are more likely to lose control of their cars and create a greater risk of severe injuries or fatalities in any resulting car crashes. The higher the speed of vehicles involved in a collision, the greater the risk is that the injuries will be severe and even deadly. The safety features in a car are also compromised when a car is traveling at a high rate of speed. 

When it comes to head-on impacts, the violent forces involved become deadly when the cars are traveling at only 43 miles per hour. By reducing the speed of their cars, drivers can lower their risks of dying in a car crash. Another tactic which cautious motorists can employ is to avoid undivided roadways unless they have speed limits of 40 or lower. 

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