Utility workers prepare to repair a snapped power pole on Clark Road in Franklin County earlier this week after it was damaged by a 2001 Honda Civic that slid off the snow covered roadway. The male teen driver and passenger were both wearing seat belts when the crash happened. The driver was treated at the scene for minor facial cuts from the airbag deployment. The wreck is still under investigation, according to police officials. When the roads aren’t ideal, drivers need to accept it. And have patience when driving.
Utility workers prepare to repair a snapped power pole on Clark Road in Franklin County earlier this week after it was damaged by a 2001 Honda Civic that slid off the snow covered roadway. The male teen driver and passenger were both wearing seat belts when the crash happened. The driver was treated at the scene for minor facial cuts from the airbag deployment. The wreck is still under investigation, according to police officials. When the roads aren’t ideal, drivers need to accept it. And have patience when driving. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Utility workers prepare to repair a snapped power pole on Clark Road in Franklin County earlier this week after it was damaged by a 2001 Honda Civic that slid off the snow covered roadway. The male teen driver and passenger were both wearing seat belts when the crash happened. The driver was treated at the scene for minor facial cuts from the airbag deployment. The wreck is still under investigation, according to police officials. When the roads aren’t ideal, drivers need to accept it. And have patience when driving. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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