Why do reporters always seem to think it necessary to specify the age when a driver involved in an accident is over the age of 60. If the driver is over 60, the headline invariably reads, "60, or 70, or 80 year old runs into crowd". If the driver is under 60, the headline reads, "Driver runs into crowd", unless of course, the car is an SUV. Then the headline reads, SUV crashes into crowd. Somehow, sedans or sports cars never go out of control, unless they're driven by the elderly.
Last week a car sideswiped another car and landed in a restaurant. There was no mention of the driver's age or the make of car. There are far more out of control cars with younger drivers than there are of older drivers.