• San Antonio: 210-874-2615
  • Nationwide Toll Free: 866-517-5659
  • Austin: 512-520-0221
  • Corpus Christi: 361-254-7873

Loose Horse Causes Two-Car Crash, Injuring One


According to WZZM, a horse on the loose caused a crash involving two cars near Coopersville, Michigan, on Tuesday morning.

Horse Did Not Survive

At around 7:30 a.m. local time on Cleveland Street, a horse was loose and crossing the road. Two cars pulled off to the side of the road to allow the horse to cross.

A third vehicle did not stop or slow down for the horse, crashing head-on with it and killing the horse, reports WZZM. After hitting the horse, the driver slammed into a vehicle that had pulled over to let the horse pass.

The woman in the hit vehicle was pinned inside and had to be extricated by emergency crews. According to WZZM, she was transported by an Aero Med helicopter in critical condition. The driver of the car that hit the horse was treated for minor injuries.

Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Statistics

The following statistics are provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

  • In 2014, there were 32,675 people who died in motor vehicle traffic crashes in the United States.
  • In 2014, 2.34 million people were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes.
  • 9,967 people were killed in alcohol-impaired motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2014.
  • For those passenger vehicle occupants who survived fatal crashes in 2014, only 15 percent were unrestrained.

Contact Us for a Free Case Review


Contact Form
Do you really want to end conversation?
chat-icon Live chat
avatar Waiting