Detroit boy, 11, strikes telephone poll with grandmother’s vehicle

Yesterday morning in Detroit, an 11-year-old boy chose to take the keys to his grandmother’s vehicle and drive around.

Around 3:15 a.m., he crashed the motor vehicle into a telephone poll near Spinoza and Joy. The young driver wanted to have fun in the vehicle, but ultimately could not keep the car under his control.

He was taken to the DMC Children’s Hospital to be treated for the injuries he sustained in the accident. He is currently listed in stable condition. Police are investigating the causes surrounding the early morning car accident. No charges have been filed at this time.

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