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(Philly.com)   Superbaby ejected from flipping car, found without a scratch.   (philly.com) divider line 43
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2002-02-07 12:58:35 PM  
 
2002-02-07 01:01:53 PM  
You should feed the baby in the back seat only after you have set the cruise control.
I thought that everybody knew that.
 
2002-02-07 01:02:58 PM  
Reckon that'll teach the kid not to drink and ride
 
2002-02-07 01:16:05 PM  
I hate it when people refer to a baby as "it." If you don't know the gender, assume male or avoid using pronouns.
 
2002-02-07 01:19:22 PM  
Superbaby.....
 
2002-02-07 01:22:43 PM  
 
2002-02-07 01:23:34 PM  
Ejected? More like kinda just rolled out. Doesn't sound like the baby got throw at all...rather when the car was on its side, the baby hit the ground and the car kept rolling, leaving it behind. Not that fantastic.
 
2002-02-07 01:34:42 PM  
Suuuuure it was in the kiddie seat. When I'm driving with my seat belt on I fly out the window all the time. She did say it wasn't her kid, maybe it's Harry Houdini's kid. Or maybe it was a GHOST seat. ooooh spooky!
 
2002-02-07 01:35:50 PM  
Somebody give me an 'Amen'!
 
2002-02-07 01:37:39 PM  
'Faster than a speeding diaped...'
'More powerful than baby poop...'
'Able to leap tall high-chairs with a single bound...'
 
2002-02-07 01:41:29 PM  
Both children were in safety seats, but the smaller one's seat was not properly secured with a lap belt, said Angel, who declined to release the children's names. He said the younger one is not Espinosa's child. All three were taken by ambulance to Lincoln Medical Center.

Espinosa, who has a learner's permit, was charged with failure to comply with license restrictions, failure to maintain lane control and a child restraint violation.


Okay, who's the dumbass who let a kid with a learner's permit take their little girl for a car-ride???
 
2002-02-07 01:44:47 PM  
"Not that fantastic". I was ejected from my car during a roll-over at 55 mph this morning on the way to work.
 
2002-02-07 01:46:09 PM  
This sonuds like the movie
"Unbreakable".
 
2002-02-07 01:49:52 PM  
damn, you beat me to it CharlieBrown! btw, is it me or did
that movie suck royal goats??
 
2002-02-07 01:49:56 PM  
What's sad is that this poor kid's probably going to grow up with everybody's unrealistic expectations or her. "You were saved for a reason!!!"
 
2002-02-07 01:52:29 PM  
Brings Bruce Willis to mind.... Unbreakable
 
2002-02-07 01:57:30 PM  
echo in here, in here, in here, in here, in h.....

;)
 
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2002-02-07 02:01:17 PM  
i gotta get me a baby and try that one.
 
2002-02-07 02:05:56 PM  
Hey, you know what movie that reminds me of? what is the name of that movie, it was directed by M. Night sha Na Na or Shamalamalamenon , that one where bruse willis is not breakable, but it turns out his arch-nemesis is Samuel L Jackson, who is the opposite of him, and he is very very breakable. What was the name of that?
 
2002-02-07 02:14:25 PM  
So the mother, who is driving, tries to feed her baby in the backseat. Some how, the kid comes out of the seat when she rolls the car. Afterwards, when explaining what happened to the son she has had for 2 years, she keeps on refering to him as "it".

Uh huh.
 
2002-02-07 02:22:58 PM  
failure to comply with license restrictions
failure to comply with license restrictions
failure to comply with license restrictions

She should be in jail, but oh wait she has kids and we have to feel sorry for her grgsegerjkksldkjs!!
 
2002-02-07 02:28:46 PM  
Yeah, what is the name of the movie where Bruce Willis is unbreakable.
 
2002-02-07 02:31:13 PM  
Pa Kent was overheard saying, "We had little Clark strapped into his car seat, but he keeps breaking the latch.."
 
2002-02-07 02:35:29 PM  
The password is....hot
 
2002-02-07 02:36:03 PM  
Living things can be so durable. I recall a local story about a cat on the ledge of an apartment building. It fell, 14 floors. It hit the ground (grass), got up, walked about 10 feet and dropped dead. You'd think it would squish or something...

"what is the name of the movie where Bruce Willis is unbreakable."

God that movie sucked. What a letdown. Can't recall the title tho...
 
2002-02-07 02:37:11 PM  

"wusses...."
 
2002-02-07 02:37:54 PM  
Learners permit, feeding a baby in the back seat WHILE DRIVING, no seatbelt on the baby seat, another tike (not hers) riding with her.
DING DONG. We have a winner. She has no choice but to marry the guy who called police and brag that they will not catch him. Then they can have more stupid kids and we can support them all. You know, it takes a village idiot...
 
2002-02-07 02:42:48 PM  
Dammit will someone please tell me the name of that movie about people who either can or can not be broken?
 
2002-02-07 02:48:11 PM  
Eureka!
 
2002-02-07 02:58:08 PM  
Pinhead, the story made me think of that awful movie too. Worst movie...ever. Good thing the wreck wasn't near a puddle or something, superbaby may have drowned. "You're weakness is water." What a farking stupid movie. I'm hoping you people are joking about not knowing the title of the Bruce Willis movie. It's Unbreakable.

And RiverRat, some states allow you to have a learner's permit for years. After he failed his driver's test, Virginia gave my husband one that expiredin four years. You can actually buy cars, test drive them, etc on a learner's permit provided you are over 18.
 
2002-02-07 03:02:08 PM  
Katmbca
So the mother, who is driving, tries to feed her baby in the backseat. Some how, the kid comes out of the seat when she rolls the car. Afterwards, when explaining what happened to the son she has had for 2 years, she keeps on refering to him as "it".

Uh huh.


If you notice the mother is 'Espinosa' and the cop that found them is 'Angel'. It was 'Angel' who made those comments.
 
2002-02-07 03:07:52 PM  
"I'm hoping you people are joking about not knowing the title of the Bruce Willis movie. It's Unbreakable."

Yeah, we know but what's the damned title?!
 
2002-02-07 03:31:51 PM  
"...And thus Lex Luther discovered the location of Superman's distant cousin from Krypton, Grande Nina. Immediate plans were drawn up to kill her with the Kryptontaco."
 
2002-02-07 04:27:51 PM  
True Story.
When I was 11 years old I walked out of the candy store at Addison & Lavergne in Chicago and a car goes driving by when all of a sudden a little girl(about 5) falls out of the back door she opened. She landed straight on her ass and bounced onto the sidewalk all in one motion. She was running around in circles, hands on her ass crying. The mother stoppped the car a little ahead, runs back to check on the daughter frantically, sees her daughter is O.K., then starts to scream at her and cracks the little girl. Then they run back into the car and are on their merry little way.
 
2002-02-07 05:17:17 PM  
"It was still crying," Angel said. "I think it was still hungry. I can't believe it's alive. It's like something must have took a hold of it."

Nothing like objectifying a female while their young. Good thing my fiance and I think alike otherwise it would get made at me for saying this.
 
2002-02-07 05:18:25 PM  
what was she doing driving around with someone else's baby? it probably was hers.. and it's disturbing to hear her call the child "it" "oh its so farking amazing that it's alive!"
 
2002-02-07 05:30:17 PM  
WTF?

"It was still crying," Angel said. "I think it was still hungry. I can't believe it's alive. It's like something must have took a hold of it."

it?
 
2002-02-07 05:58:38 PM  
"She prolly wrecked cuz she wuz hepped up on goofballs....kids dese days and they durn gan-ja"
 
2002-02-07 07:35:42 PM  
Well I hope she does not get sent up the river all of those charges look like tickets and not prison. It was an honest mistake whoever let her drive unaccompanied is moronic however
 
2002-02-07 08:13:50 PM  
<procrastination> Who's the bouncy wittle baby? You? You're the bouncy wittle baby. Gootchie-gootchie-goo. </procrastination>
 
2002-02-07 08:37:52 PM  
Well duh, Her names Angel.
 
2002-02-07 11:02:59 PM  
Guess I'm the only person who likes Unbreakable. *shrugs* Wasn't as good as Sixth Sense, but I still enjoyed it. Thought it was a really cool take on the "superhero" idea.
 
2002-02-08 12:56:28 PM  
My brother's girlfriend did that once. The car flipped over, the window (it was a bronco) in the back broke when she was pressed against it and she fell out and it rolled over her. The car landed on all four wheels and my brother and dad who were in the front looked back and she wasn't there. Scared the hell outa them. She was lying the field and all that happened to her was that her leg got cut by the glass. Also my brother came with six inches of getting a metal post through his head, but that's a differtent story. They were all sober. True story.
 
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