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Unread 03-25-2010, 10:09 AM   #226
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Does not look like the Mustang was part of the accident...maybe a passerby who decided to help...
The Mustang has damage to the rear quarter.

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Unread 03-30-2010, 12:57 AM   #227
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wow something about seeing wrecked cars is always fun. however I hate seeing them at the same time, due to the fact of I have said for years knowing my luck im gonna die in a horrible wreck.. hopefully not though
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Unread 03-30-2010, 08:18 PM   #228
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Since I’ve been in the sand box for a while now. I had a lot of pic, but I sent it all home the other day so here is a link. it’s to Google please don’t delete. ****please keep in mind an MRAP is a vehicle designed to take a blast or an IED (road side bomb)*** The good news is that most every body come out with no life threading injuries. the 1,5,9,11 and 15 pic is the same vehicle my friend was 2 behind it and took these pics.

http://images.google.co.uk/images?hl...ed=0CA8QsAQwAA

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Unread 03-31-2010, 12:03 AM   #229
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cant find it on the web otherwise i'd give a link. sister and mom were driving on I435 southbound in between 95th street and K10 highway in lenexa ks. guy in a chevy van crossed the median from northbound traffic into southbound traffic. sister and mom were in left lane. the chevy van crossed right in front of them and took out atleast 3 other vehicles. the collision shot debris all over and destroyed the whole right side of our chevy equinox. splattered it with melted tire rubber. two minivans and a sedan if i remember correctly. cars instantly burst into flames. no airbags deployed. sister and mom pulled kids out of cars and got them to safety and tried saving others but some were killed on impact. if my mom and sister had been driving in the middle lane they wouldnt be here today. this happened a few years back and my sister still avoids that section of the highway. i'm thankful to still have them here today.
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Unread 04-01-2010, 03:12 PM   #230
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This last July 5th my son borrowed my TJ to go to work at Bonanza... He got off work around 10PM and the kids usually hang out in the parking lot after the resturaunt closes. Well, you know what happens when kids get together...pretty soon the guys were trying to see who could make the fastest lap around the parking lot.



My club was in the 4th of July parade the day before so the top was off, the doors were off and the dingbat wasn't wearing a seatbelt... He went around a corner too fast, got it up on two wheels, overcurrected and when it came down it made an abrupt left turn which flipped the Jeep, threw him out on his noggin and landed on it's wheels. Thankfully the kid and the Jeep went different directions when they departed company.

He was in a drug induced coma for over a week, had three chest tubes to drain his lungs, was intebated with a reperator... Fractured skull, eight broken ribs, collapsed lung... Forgot to mention the dislocated collar bone that will remain a big ugly lump for the rest of his life...



Don't drive your Jeep (or your Dad's Jeep) like it's a sports car and...

WEAR YOUR SEATBELT!!

My son has made a full recovery, thank God. And I have since been re-Jeeped.
thank god he was ok .
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Unread 04-09-2010, 10:16 PM   #231
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Just saw this thread, and yes, I agree. If seeing pictures like this will slow some down, then post them up.

I used to do foolish things behind the wheel, sometimes still do - then have to remind myself what could happen. Thats one of the greatest things I like about my Jeep over past vehicles - it pretty much makes me stick to the speed limit.

Anyway, here's one that can hit close to home to many of us - and by us I mean those on an online automobile club.

I am/have been a member of this club for many years now. This kid was only 19 years old when his Lincoln Mark VII hit a concrete bridge support and caught fire. I never got the chance to meet him, but many on the site did at various meets/gatherings. Still tho, he was a regular and it's an eery feeling to talk to someone online one day and have them gone the next.





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Unread 04-09-2010, 10:37 PM   #232
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Just saw this thread, and yes, I agree. If seeing pictures like this will slow some down, then post them up.

I used to do foolish things behind the wheel, sometimes still do - then have to remind myself what could happen. Thats one of the greatest things I like about my Jeep over past vehicles - it pretty much makes me stick to the speed limit.

Anyway, here's one that can hit close to home to many of us - and by us I mean those on an online automobile club.

I am/have been a member of this club for many years now. This kid was only 19 years old when his Lincoln Mark VII hit a concrete bridge support and caught fire. I never got the chance to meet him, but many on the site did at various meets/gatherings. Still tho, he was a regular and it's an eery feeling to talk to someone online one day and have them gone the next.





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That's really unfortunate, I think people should just try to think a bit more before they are going to do something foolish.
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Unread 05-01-2010, 01:02 PM   #233
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Unread 05-03-2010, 06:52 PM   #234
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I hate hearing about wrecks where the ******* drunk or idiot teen who causes the accident lives and their passenger or the victim in the other car dies.

I don't want them to walk away without a scratch,
I want them to walk away dead and let the people who don't drive like idiots walk away and go home to the people they care about enough to take care of themselves.
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Unread 05-03-2010, 08:07 PM   #235
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Unread 05-05-2010, 12:40 AM   #236
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I want them to walk away dead.
i know what you mean and not to be an *** but this statement sounds weird to me haha
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Unread 05-05-2010, 04:48 AM   #237
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I hate hearing about wrecks where the ******* drunk or idiot teen who causes the accident lives and their passenger or the victim in the other car dies.

I don't want them to walk away without a scratch,
I want them to walk away dead and let the people who don't drive like idiots walk away and go home to the people they care about enough to take care of themselves.
I couldn't agree with you more.

I think every person who ever drives even buzzed needs to see the image of one of the best friends they've ever known being hit by a car swerving out of control and going 40 over the speed limit, and thrown 20 feet in the air to come down square on their head. If that doesn't change their view on life, they aren't human.

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Unread 05-05-2010, 10:12 PM   #238
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I want them to walk away dead..
This is a callous and inconsiderate statement that ignores hundreds of years of the Zombie Scourge. Undead zombies are a real problem that cause serious injury and even brain eatings to thousands of people every year.

Drunk drivers should die and remain dead, and under no circumstances be reanimated to walk the earth feasting on the flesh of the living and PBR.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 10:47 PM   #239
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This is a callous and inconsiderate statement that ignores hundreds of years of the Zombie Scourge. Undead zombies are a real problem that cause serious injury and even brain eatings to thousands of people every year.

Drunk drivers should die and remain dead, and under no circumstances be reanimated to walk the earth feasting on the flesh of the living and PBR.
I lol'd pretty hard.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 10:59 PM   #240
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i squashed a bug a while back, he hit me pretty hard no damage to the jeep..... gotta love beefy bumpers.

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