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(CNN)   Thirty+ car pileup on I-75 near Sarasota. Looks like the old folks did their Sunday driving a couple days early   (cnn.com) divider line 5
    More: Scary, I-75, Sarasota, Florida's Gulf Coast, old folks  
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2012-10-05 10:08:28 PM  
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L.D. Ablo: Why traffic is horrible this time of year in Arizona:

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Wow, did Gov. Brewer get some work done?
She's looking good these days.
2012-10-05 10:02:22 PM  
2 votes:

libranoelrose: 3 were in critical condition, yet there were no life threatening injuries? How does that work?


It's Florida. They started out in critical condition.
2012-10-05 09:06:12 PM  
1 votes:

FloridaAsshat: We've got plenty of unique craziness to be proud of without having to rely on bad driving stories.


Hell, you've even got your own FARK tag,
2012-10-05 08:32:47 PM  
1 votes:

Nick Nostril: It's Floriduh. Traffic probably slowed down to 90mph for the storm and some old shiat pulled into the left lane doing 45.


I'm willing to bet the first car that got hit was the one who slowed down to 45 mph and put his hazards on because rain.

/a-holes do that all the time on the interstate when it rains around here.
//Florida I95
2012-10-05 08:21:02 PM  
1 votes:
Self driving cars, no doubt.
I saw one today, He was coming at me @ 50 with his head down. Looked up from his texting to look at me going the other way.
Then back down.
I'm sure it was a self driving car.
 
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