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09-01-2008, 04:05 AM
What was the worst accident that you have ever had??
Might be a weird topic.....
09-01-2008, 04:13 AM
Lets see.. well i was just getting out of work and heading to my friends house to party, but i caught another friend right next to me.. so we decided to race.. however there was a drunk driver in front so we slowed down and gave that guy plenty of room and time to keep moving..
at green light i floored it.. in my truck, i was just keeping up with his malibu.. however i was on gravel and he was on the street.. then all of a suddden that drunk driver side swipes my friend and my friends drifts into my lane i T-Bone him..
i Still remember the impact.. at 70 mph i hit his passenger side door.. popping the driver side tires.. shattering all the windows on the passenger side door, also half his windsheild..
I remember hitting my wheel, then the airbag coming out! i was bleeding all over and i couldn't move my arm.. still i was still holding on to the brake.. i remember getting off and my friend was running to me.. saying am sorry am sorry.. the car that hit my friend didn't even stop.. lucky my friend wasn't hurt, but my truck was full of that powder smoke from the airbag.. and my bumper was stuck in my tire.. later that nite i went to the hospital because i couldn't breath.. it was crazy!
09-01-2008, 06:06 AM
for me... lets see... I cracked my head open in 4th grade while skateboarding down a hill. I cant remember what happened during that but the next thing I knew I was in the hospital with bandages on.
09-01-2008, 06:44 AM
Well, when I was younger, I had this simply "brilliant" tendency to stand at the top of my driveway and wait for my father to come home from work in his Cadillac. I tended to either jump on the car's roof or hang along the bumper and run with the car as he drove down the considerable downhill span of concrete that is my driveway.
Well, one fateful day, he didn't know I was hanging on the back of his bumper. Being the, I'll repeat, brilliant child that I was, I wanted to be out of his sight so that I could surprise him when he found out that I was hanging on.
What I didn't count on was his car driving down the driveway faster than I could run. I held on for dear life as I lost balance and tumbled to my knees. He went down a few yards worth of concrete before he realized I was hanging on it.
By the end of the event, a good portion of the skin on my knees was flayed off and I was crying like some sort of crazed senile. Not one of my most pleasant moments in life, but it taught me an important lesson on separating myself from a dog.
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