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What are the Lansing intersections where you’re most likely to be in a car accident?

Here are the worst intersections for fender benders as well as car accidents involving injuries and fatalities in 2014 for Lansing, MI

Today, our attorneys are sharing the dangerous intersections for mid-Michigan residents who travel throughout the Lansing area. This data was compiled by information provided by the Michigan State Police Traffic Crash Reporting Unit.

Below you will see two lists. The first list has the intersections with the most reported car accidents 2014. These crashes usually involve streets that are more crowded and see more traffic, hence the higher numbers of crashes involved.  Most will be fender-benders, thankfully.

The second list includes the Lansing intersections with the motor vehicle accidents involving the most reported injuries to the police officers, or where a fatality was noted at the scene or shortly after the crash as part of the police investigation.

Lansing intersections with the most reported car accidents involving vehicle damage

  1. East Jolly Road and South Cedar Street, 51 car accidents
  2. East Grand River Avenue and North Clippert Street, 42 car accidents
  3. South Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and West Holmes, 42 car accidents
  4. East Michigan Avenue and South Howard Street, 34 car accidents
  5. East Jolly Road and South Pennsylvania Avenue, 33 car accidents
  6. East Saginaw Street and North Clippert Street, 30 car accidents
  7. American Road and South Cedar Street, 29 car accidents
  8. East Mount Hope Avenue and South Cedar Street, 27 car accidents
  9. East Saginaw Street and North Howard Street, 26 car accidents
  10. East Miller Road and South Cedar Street, 25 car accidents

Lansing intersections with the most reported injury and fatality crashes

  1. East Kalamazoo Street and South Cedar Street, 10 car accidents
  2. South Martin Luther King Junior Blvd. and West Holmes, 9 car accidents
  3. Mary Avenue and South Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 8 car accidents
  4. East Michigan Avenue and South Howard Street, 8 car accidents
  5. South Cedar Street and Willoughby Road, 7 car accidents
  6. Pleasant Grove Road and West Jolly Road, 7 car accidents
  7. East Cavanaugh Road and South Cedar Street, 7 car accidents
  8. East Saginaw Street and North Clippert Street, 7 car accidents
  9. North Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and West Oakland Road, 6 car accidents
  10. East Jolly Road and South Cedar Street, 6 car accidents

– Source:  Michigan State Police – Traffic Crash Reporting Unit

The area of East Jolly Road and South Cedar Street shows up again in 2014 with 51 total car crashes. This area has been in the top 10 lists for many years, but surprisingly only has nine crashes involving injuries.

A few miles north along Cedar Street is the intersection with the most injury/fatality accidents — East Kalamazoo Street and South Cedar Street.

Do you travel through any of these Lansing intersections? Our lawyers would like to hear from you: Why do you think some of these areas have such a high incidence of accidents compared to other intersections in the Lansing area? Why are they so bad?

If you were involved in an accident in Lansing or Ingham County and need a copy of your police report, take a look at our Lansing Accident Resources page to get local information.

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