Kauffman and Alvis Die in Head-On Collision in Oakland County

Two men, Kenneth Kauffman and Clyde Alvis, both of Brandon Township, died in a head-on collision on M-15, Oakland, Michigan. Accident reports state that the crash happened on Tuesday, May 26, at about 12:20 p.m.

According to police reports, the 52-year-old Kauffman was on the wheels of a Chevrolet Equinox and heading south on M-15, close to Oak Hill Road. At the same time, the 71-year-old Alvis was traveling south in a Ford F-150 pick-up truck.

Kauffman crossed the centerline with his SUV going partially into the southbound lane. The Chevrolet struck the Ford, with the impact of the collision killing both men at the scene.

A preliminary investigation carried out by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office revealed that drugs and alcohol were not factors in the crash. Investigators are still trying to determine what led Kauffman to cross the centerline of the road. No further information is available at this time.

Many accidents that occur on the roadway are caused by distracted driving. Once a driver takes to the wheels of a vehicle, he or she must maintain total concentration.

A driver must be focused, alert, vigilant, and safety conscious at all times while driving. Losing concentration for a split second during a journey can cause collisions on the road, leading to death, severe injuries, and damages.

According to accident reports, drivers can get distracted by their cell phones, looking at objects, or talking while driving. They must restrict these distractions and never operate their phones while driving.

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