This was from my first trip to rausche creek. Basically we assume the driver fell asleep, hit the left concrete side, woke up and cut right, ricochet off the right side and flipped car a few times. I found her 50 feet down the road slumped against the left barrier. She had a pulse when we came to her, but it was weak. As i pulled my hand away I noticed it was completely covered in blood. I can handle my blood, but not someone else's. Luckily a nurse was in the stopped traffic and took control of the situation. I had to step away and turn her upside down car off and disconnect the horn so people could hear the directions.
Thinking back it's kinda odd. To me she wasn't a human since she was unconscience. The part that really sucks is her trunk was full of kids stuff, she listened to the same music as me, was only in her later 20's early 30's, and the next day someone got the paper. She died and I still remember her name.
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no pics but when i was in school kid lost control coming out of tech school (driving to fast in rain with no experience) hit a car head on and he hit her with such force her motor broke free of the frame and hit her in the chin,,,,, was very sad.
then on lighter note i used to own this, hit gravle (doing speed limit) lost control and rolled it 3 times, and got up and walked away,
In the early 90's I was driving out in the middle of Wyoming and stopped at a gas station. On the side there was what looked like a new and topless YJ that had rolled. I asked the station owner about it, and he said that it was driven by a college girl the previous weekend. She didn't have her seatbelt on and when the Jeep rolled the roll bar crushed her.
I also recall a large sedan out in Nebraska that had been rear-ended by a large truck (I just saw the car) and the car's back bumper was right behind the front seat. The car only had a driver, and he walked away from the wreck (with some glass in the back of his head from the rear window). The front of the car looked almost perfect.
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"Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States, 1945