Originally Posted by –88
at least maybe if she wasn't in a carrera cabriolet her head might not have got crushed between that cement wall....i hate convertible tops for that reason cause they offer no protection in the case of a roll over.
Even then, she may have died anyway. There is massive trauma
to her head. And judging from the way her brains were splattered all over the curb around the building, I'd bet even with a hard top she woulda died. It woulda been less gory, but the top of her head would have prolly been crushed in. At best she'd be a vegetable.
It said there in the story, she switched lanes suddenly and clipped the Civic. That's where she lost control. If you're gonna be dumb and go that fast, don't switch lanes without looking. She prolly didn't wanna slow down from someone in front of her and hit the other guy instead.
Here's a thought. She died in the crash, will the insurance co. still charge her parents and increase the rates? Maybe since she is no longer a potential driver, they'll lower the rates. I'd be pretty fuggin pissed if my kid died in an accident like that and they tried to charge me and increase my rates!!
Just so no one gets my posts twisted, I'm not making fun of her. I don't feel any pity for her. There were a million things she could have done to aviod this situation. The way I look at life is everything happens for a reason. Call it, Fate. My GF survived cancer twice and I'm gonna be a self-centered a$$hole and say she did so she would meet me. I got hit by a car (while walking) that was doing about 50 and ran a red light. I lived. It wasn't my time to go.
I don't believe in "God" either, as I have never seen any proof. I see and hear people daily in massive amounts of agony and pain, and these are good people, begging god to help them, to make the pain go away. He doesn't. He lets them suffer til they die. I believe the general direction of my life is etched. I decide exactly what choices I make and depending on what I choose, I either live out my life or die. Just like this young girl. Maybe it was the way things were supposed to be, maybe she was supposed to die that day. Maybe it was a bad choice that she made.