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Wrong-way driver causes fiery crash in California

Police in California say that a motorist was traveling at a high rate of speed and was proceeding against the flow of traffic on a one-way street when he lost control of his Honda Accord sedan and struck an oncoming delivery truck head-on. The man, who police only described as being in his 20s, suffered serious injuries in the fiery crash, and he was later reported to be in critical condition. The accident took place in downtown Los Angeles on June 20 at about 3:30 a.m.

Car manufacturers tracking driver behavior

Tesla may already be tracking the activity of drivers of its vehicles in California and throughout the country, and it is a trend that is likely to grow as other automakers begin gathering more information on driver behavior. Furthermore, that data will be increasingly transmitted directly to companies using the Internet.

Summertime means more teen crashes in California

In the 100 days between Memorial Day and the start of the new school year, teenage motor vehicle deaths increase by 16 percent. On average, 1,022 people have died after crashes involving teenage drivers during this time of the year from 2009 to 2014, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The majority of crashes, 58.5 percent, occur because of distracted driving.

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