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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Report: Most Millennials Engage in Dangerous Driving

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A new study by AAA finds that most young millennials, engage in risky behavior behind the wheel.

Amy Yensi reports on the troubling findings.

What’s even more alarming is that the young drivers confess to what they’re doing. They know it’s wrong, but they just can’t stop.

A 22-year old driver using Snapchat clocked in at 82 miles per hour then speeds up to 115 miles per hour. Moments later he loses control, crashing into and killing 5 people, all caught on video.

Another young driver was caught on video staring down at his cellphone right before swerving off the road.



Anonymous said...

I see drivers on their cellphones every day on the eastern shore.
In both lanes, some driving slower than turtles, crossing over lines on the road, just reading, texting, and oblivious to everything around them.
A very scary thing to see.
Call the cops? Would they act upon your concern? Who knows.

Anonymous said...

Drive? They are challenged to park!

Anonymous said...

I nearly got T-boned the other day on a narrow residential street by a gold colored minivan doing 40 in a 25, the van filled with his buddies whooping it up while he drove.