Clinton Township Accident Sends Parked Car into House

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CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI – A speeding driver caused a very serious accident near 14 Mile and Beaconsfield Monday afternoon.

14 mile and Beaconsfield

14 mile near Beaconsfield

Meagan Marie Lipiec who became involved in the accident stated that she was turning on Cheryl at 14 mile. A semi was behind her. A car was speeding around her and the semi when that driver lost control, went airborne at least 6 feet. That vehicle then hit the parked SUV so hard it flew into the neighbors house.

The young man, believed to be 19 – 20 years-old, speeding in a Gold Chrysler 300, lost control on wet gravel before cutting off the semi and Lipiec, before it went airborne hitting the parked vehicle sending that car into a house. Those involved in the accident stated that the at fault driver had to have been doing at least 70 miles per hour. The accident also destroyed several mailboxes.

No one was seriously injured.  Police are on scene.

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