May 19, 2011
TribLocal reports that a man and his wife were injured in an Indiana auto accident.
Authorities report that the couple was driving north on I-65 in their 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe when the driver, a 72 year old man, feel asleep and lost control of the car. The Indiana auto accident took place when the driver over-corrected and the vehicle flipped over.
The driver was flown to a local hospital, where he is listed in critical condition. His wife was taken to a local hospital with leg pain and is listed in fair condition.
The interstate was closed for a few hours to investigate the Indiana auto accident.
Should drivers over the age of 65 retake their driver’s test? How often?
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