It isn't unusual to hear about accident reports and corresponding personal injuries throughout Nebraska. However, it's always eye-opening when the allegedly responsible party turns out to be someone almost 100 years old. While there is no hard and fast rule about people this age being able to drive, the question as to whether age could be considered a factor in a crash that results in injuries and was caused by a driver in his 90s is an interesting one to consider.
Car accidents have become commonplace in modern society, though the majority of these accidents are minor enough that no one involved is injured. When accidents are serious enough to injure those involved, special actions are sometimes taken to help prevent future accidents, especially if the injured victims were children. Fortunately, officials of a Nebraska school system are taking action after several children were injured in a car accident.