Right hand drive, two lever?
Not a T.
The other car involved may have been a T but continued on unaware of the damage done!
Electric Eagle Co. Detroit. 1915.
Possibly the accident was due to the top covering the windshield...
Here's an earlier discussion about the same wreck:
I don't think the car was as late as 1915, when the Electric Eagle Co. built their car? - looks more like 1907-11 style? (The wreck may well have happened in 1917)
The photo taken from the curb side actually shows the carbide generator. The small tank under the left front fender could be an overflow tank of some sort.
That tank might be an oil reservoir. My Locomobile had one like that and used a pump on the dash to transfer oil from it to the station oiler.
Looks like it got stuck in reverse and hit a pole.
The pole won!