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Old 01-16-2013, 12:19 AM   #1
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Some people just shouldnt drive

A black 05-09 mustang gt was speeding down the road today, idk if they were drunk/high or texting. But when his passenger tire went from the pavement to grass it sent his car spinning, he slammed his driver side and bent around a wooden power pole. It killed the driver on impact and they had to trauma hawk the passenger. The power pole cracked at the top from the impact and later on fell on the stang.



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Sorry about the bad picture but if you look closely at the top left you'll see the crack in the pole. Poor mustang
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could be none of the above. he could have been an inexperienced driver that just lost his attention...sadly he lost his life. I feel for the guys family that he died from such a simple error
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No matter what happened it was a accident. This one event has now altered so many different people in so many ways. God Bless his soul and his loved ones.
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could be none of the above. he could have been an inexperienced driver that just lost his attention...sadly he lost his life. I feel for the guys family that he died from such a simple error
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Amen, yeah no matter the reason it's still tragic that someone had to lose there life
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A black 05-09 mustang gt was speeding down the road today, idk if they were drunk/high or texting. But when his passenger tire went from the pavement to grass it sent his car spinning, he slammed his driver side and bent around a wooden power pole. It killed the driver on impact and they had to trauma hawk the passenger. The power pole cracked at the top from the impact and later on fell on the stang.

Sorry about the bad picture but if you look closely at the top left you'll see the crack in the pole. Poor mustang
Poor mustang!? More like Poor driver! know one deserves to lose their life over enjoying their car
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Giving us mustangers a bad rep
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