Whiskey Dickens: FTFA: The first officer on the scene, Erwin Greene said he had never seen a crashed vehicle with that amount of damage from which someone apparently walked away.Really? You've never seen someone walk away from a roll over? Is this your first day on the job?
MechaPyx: Well, either the person will show up in a hospital later or they should try looking up. The body could have landed in a tree.What? Stranger things have happened.
teenytinycornteeth: Is it possible that it fell off a huge car carrier? (I'm honestly asking, I don't know about these things) But if a reckless car carrier driver was going at a high rate of speed and it fell of the back, wouldn't it roll and roll until it finally came to a stop, no driver needed?
Nanny Ogg: teenytinycornteeth: Is it possible that it fell off a huge car carrier? (I'm honestly asking, I don't know about these things) But if a reckless car carrier driver was going at a high rate of speed and it fell of the back, wouldn't it roll and roll until it finally came to a stop, no driver needed?You know, I would think the same thing, but the article said that there were personal items strewn around the path of the crash that was collected.
KingOfArcadia: The body's in a tree. With all the flipping and such, he was ejected into a tree, and no one's bothered looking up. Or, of course, it's Trevor Phillips.
Digitalstrange: Apparently you missed the 200 to 300 yard debris trail part. This was no single roll
AngryDragon: More post-partum depression? Won't somebody think of the children? ...wait...
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