Don’t Veer for Deer!

The crash:, Ann Arbor News, Oct 9, 2012

In 2012, an Ann Arbor dentist was killed in a one-car accident Sunday in St. Clair County’s Riley Township after swerving to avoid a deer while driving on Interstate 69, according to reports.

Whitmore Lake resident Peter Drescher, 57, was killed when he swerved his 2004 Oldsmobile Bravada to avoid hitting a deer in the freeway, near Braidwood Road just before 9:30 p.m. Sunday, according to a report from 1380 AM WPHM Radio. Witnesses said the car rolled and Drescher was ejected.

He died at the scene of the crash.

There have been many other incidents where drivers have swerved to miss a deer, before crashing their vehicles. Often these crashes involve multiple vehicles. Dangers like these can be prevented if more drivers learn to identify risks like these when on the roads and know what to do. Collisions are still a huge issue on the roads, with too many fatalities and injuries caused by them each day. Having said that, methods are being used to try and prevent them; for example, employers of those who drive fleet vehicles are choosing to adopt risk management solutions to prevent the crashes of a range of drivers. You can browse this site for more information on these risk management solutions. If you have been involved in a car accident, particularly if another driver swerved to miss a deer and caused you to crash, then you might want to contact a car accident lawyer. Whilst it is difficult advice to follow, drivers are being urged “Don’t veer for deer!”.how to control your car properly, but why risk it?

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