Different Take on Auto-Immune. Death by Car

This is a true story told by a friend of mind.

Recently we had dinner with a friend who told us a frightening story. She was on her way to Starbucks at 6:15am, when a man came across the street toward her van. She tried to speed up to avoid him, but he hit her on the driver’s side. By the time the shock wore off and she made a u-turn to get back to the spot, the man was gone. She was shaking badly, but was able to get to her phone and call 911. The police responded that they knew the man, his name, and his address. His partner said that he was depressed and was trying to kill himself AND that he had already tried running in front of a car earlier that morning. The man hit the passenger door of the van behind the driver and caused so much damage, that the door could not be opened. The repair to the door cost $4000.

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19 thoughts on “Different Take on Auto-Immune. Death by Car”

  1. πŸ’œ I Lay in Bed Begging to Die, Previously Suicidal EveryOne; in NO UNCERTAIN TERMS I Was Admonished To Remain Here in 3D while in 5DState

    …πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™…

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  2. πŸ’œ Hope YOU!!! ALL Get “Help” EveryOne; it’s Crystal Clear Clarity that I Intend to Stay Here!!!

    … πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™…

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  3. Guess they aren’t thinking straight to begin with. I’ve read several accounts of public transportation drivers (buses, trains, and subways) where people jump in front of the incoming vehicle to commit suicide. The driver is usually innocent but feels a lot of remorse anyways.

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