A car struck a telephone pole at 4AM on a Sunday morning when there's no traffic on the roads. What likely caused the accident?
- Warren GLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
there are many factors to consider. drugs and or alcohol, fell asleep at the wheel, mechanical issues, animal or object was in the road and driver swerved to avoid it, medical issues such as low blood sugar, fainting or seizures
- 1 year ago
Thank goodness there was nothing else on the road!These are not accidents they are collisions.
- SumDudeLv 71 year ago
alcohol, sleepiness, guy and girl were making out (it happens), trying to tune the radio
- 1 year ago
driving under the influence, speeding and not paying attention
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- bluebellbkkLv 71 year ago
Sudden incapacitating illness (stroke, heart attack).
Dozens of possibilities.
- D.E.B.S.Lv 71 year ago
How do you know it was an accident? It's possible it was on purpose.
Typically at that hour, being tired, alcohol, and/or trying to avoid an animal would be likely possibilities.
- audreyLv 71 year ago
Alcohol. Or fell asleep at the wheel.
- boLv 71 year ago
idiot texting, or talking on the cell phone, drunk driving, or on drugs
- ɱs. sρε૮ƭα૮ℓεLv 71 year ago
Alcohol/drugs always comes first in mind. That said, people shouldn't be quick to dismiss other factors such as fatigue, or a medical emergency like blood sugar issues or a seizure.
- FlagMichaelLv 71 year ago
Driver fell asleep. Drunks usually stack up earlier in the night.
- Anonymous1 year ago