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Michigan Motorist Drives onto Wet Concrete, Causes Thousands in Damages

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A Michigan man's bad driving decision caused $40,000 in damage to a city road. The driver ignored warning signs and drove onto wet pavement where a major construction project was going on. The incident in Holland, MI, delayed the project for a week and left a $40,000 bill for the man's insurance company to pay. The city attorney says the driver initially faced potential criminal charges because of a city ordinance that makes it illegal to drive on wet pavement, but those charges were dropped and the city focused on getting its money back.

Source: A December 3 report by ABC affiliate WZZM Channel. View here.

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