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Old 29-04-13, 09:18 AM   #1
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car-001.jpg pics of car smashed, no more power problems to find.misses got out of this with bad whiplash and torn chest muscles and bad trauma,someone went in to her after falling asleep.

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Old 29-04-13, 09:30 AM   #2
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Attachment 4134 pics of car smashed, no more power problems to find.misses got out of this with bad whiplash and torn chest muscles and bad trauma,someone went in to her after falling asleep.
Jesus! I'm glad to hear your MRS escaped with her life. Can't believe someone fell asleep
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it looks like a lucky escape a few cm. more and it would have been a lot worse.
Hopefully Mrs shamus has a quick recovery.
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the lady that fell asleep admitted it to police on scene and hospital staff and notified her insurance company she fell asleep,she accepts liability.the mrs is very upset about it as am I but she survived so got to thank the car and her quick thinking to swerve and take impact on side as it would of been a head on.the cars airbags all deployed footwell, curtain and steering wheel and the passenger ones,me thinks bloody good car.we are pursuing for damages to her as our insurance company think the mrs should be compensated for her injurys but I could not care less as I still have the mrs alive that's good enough for me.
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car-010.jpg the opposition.
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Mangled. The Ford took alot more damage.

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Mangled. The Ford took alot more damage.

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Looks as if the passenger hit the windscreen...no belt?
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Looks as if the passenger hit the windscreen...no belt?
OOWWCCHH! Glad to hear Mrs is OK! Cars can Be replaced the Mrs Nagging can't Nope not the passenger the Focus Passenger Airbag always smashes the windscreen when it deploys
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Glad to hear your mrs is almost ok. Thats a hell of a mess, is it me or does the wing of the 407 look like plastic??

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