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(LBC 97.3)   Hospital parking valet loses control of an amputee's specially equipped car, drives into hospital front entrance, runs over the car's owner   ( divider line
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8701 clicks; posted to Main » on 20 Mar 2007 at 1:23 PM (10 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2007-03-20 03:08:17 PM  
Thanks LittleBrother
2007-03-20 03:27:31 PM  

If you'd bother to read all of the comments you would realize that some poke fun at the submitter for his lack of an apostrophe.

No English lesson but check out thenateman's post.

After that, if you still think I wrote "amputee is car" then you suck at English and you are "not smarter than a fifth grader!"
2007-03-20 03:32:47 PM  
AirForceVet - you have hospitals in Clearwater? Don't you guys just eliminate the person (or persons) suppressing you when you get sick?
2007-03-20 03:39:09 PM  
My FIL has a handicap equiped van. Hand controls. Lift. Very cool and needed for him, being paralized from the chest down.

He took his van in to get the oil changed at the dealership and the porter (not mel gibson) farked up with the hand controls and ended up putting the econoline through the closed garage door.

He was without his wheels (had a rental) for a month while the dealership fixed everything up.
2007-03-20 04:20:54 PM  
2007-03-20 05:14:50 PM  
See, THIS is why there's a Florida tag... when was the last time a day went by without two Florida submissions?

It's my new favorite tag.
2007-03-20 06:08:49 PM  
That moran should have never even tried to drive the car (except then we'de all be missing this funny thread).
Someone parked a car in the ambulance area and I went in and tried to find the driver to move it, since we were having trouble getting patients in and out of the rigs. I got told some disabled gal was having a miscarriage and she just left it there (and she was being treated in an OR).
Bright me decided to go move it....and once I saw all the cables, handgrips, etc, I decided it was much easier to push the patients the extra distance.
2007-03-20 06:25:10 PM  
You broke my leg!!

/That's ok, I'm here to get a new one anyway
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