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Old August 14th   #1
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more accidents this weekend.

my daughter and her boyfriend got into an accident this weekend as well.
(so munchie was not the only one with bad luck this weekend)

both cars in this wreck were totals.. but thank god no one was hurt bad.
(the other driver hurt her wrist)

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daughter's boyfriends car. (daughter was driving). he bought it friday evening.

all bags went off in both cars.

there is no front suspension. most of it was ripped from the car. it just looks like its attached.


they were coming back from his grandmothers house. they were showing her his new car... what a drag.



car that ran stop sign. (she said she stopped, but thought it was a 4way. not possible when you look at the damage, she was going a good 30mph when she hit the other car)

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I had a four wheeler wreck yesterday and may have broken my left hand!!
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must of been in the stars.

good thing i did not leave the house all weekend
(except for the sat. night wreck)
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Ouch! I hate to hear it. This was not a good weekend for some of us.

I'm glad to hear they were all ok. That other car hit pretty hard. There's no way they even tried to stop. I see this all the time right outside my house at a 4-way stop here in Madison. People just blow through the stop sign like no one is coming.

This is something they talk about in all the driver's courses I've taken--never assume the other driver is going to stop--even if you have the right-of-way. I've avoided my share of accidents with this advise and hope someone else can avoid something like this using this technique.
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yea.. the only problem was that it was not a 4 way.

only yarborough road. has the stop sign.. not old rr bed road.

i dont see how the other girl could say she stopped. the damamge was too great IMO.

daughters car slid 78 ft. after impact not a long way when you have no brakes. when the wheel tore off, it took the tranny and brakes with it.

the car was dead weight sliding to a stop.

hell, the toyota traveled another 20 feet after imapact. it went across the street and into the shallow ditch.

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This was a bad weekend to be driving, apparently.
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yea.. the only problem was that it was not a 4 way.

only yarborough road. has the stop sign.. not old rr bed road.

i dont see how the other girl could say she stopped. the damamge was too great IMO.

daughters car slid 78 ft. after impact not a long way when you have no brakes. when the wheel tore off, it took the tranny and brakes with it.

the car was dead weight sliding to a stop.

hell, the toyota traveled another 20 feet after imapact. it went across the street and into the shallow ditch.
Without you saying Toyota, I would've never guessed the make of the other car. Just from the data you've posted on the distances travelled after impact, there's no way that collision was below 35mph. It was a full speed impact. Glad to hear everyone was ok.
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thanks...

i got an update on the other driver.

she broke her wrist.
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Simply amazing considering the impact.
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