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Old 11-18-2005, 03:24 PM
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Car rolled over close to home...

If you follow this link, you'll see the car crash that my brother reported to the farmer shown in the video. That crash occurred less that 2 miles from where I grew up. I drove the same stretch of road many times and never crashed in there. The gravel road you see when they pan back towards where the car is facing is the road that my folks still live on. My brother (him and my dad) said they had just drove past and the lady was just getting out of the car. Too cool. Seneca hits the news.


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Old 11-20-2005, 01:10 PM
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Rolled his younger brothers car out near the golf course a few years ago. Said "gee Dad, I thought this car could take a 35mph curve a little faster that 35!!" Might have if he had stayed on the road and off the shoulder, gravel and dirt dont' hold traction very well. This car just rolled right over on its top, busting out the front and rear window's and crushing the top but all 4drs still opened without breaking the door glass? I was there at the crash site when my son tried to tell the State Trooper he was ONLY going the speed limit. The trooper said,"yea right, when you started down the hill?"


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