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UGSAce

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25th July 2005

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#11 14 years ago

wow that looked pretty bad glad that your ok. so did you have your seat belt on and if not will this make you buckel up more??




Tango Protocol

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18th July 2003

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#12 14 years ago

You know, not to condone not buckling up.. but sometimes its being restrained by a seat belt that kills you (stuck in a burning car, buckle jammed, etc)




marvinmatthew

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#13 14 years ago
Knippschild;3494986You know, not to condone not buckling up.. but sometimes its being restrained by a seat belt that kills you (stuck in a burning car, buckle jammed, etc)

However, I think that this is a situation where the seatbelt kept him from getting killed.

If you were ever in an accident bad enough to cause your car to start buring, it's likely the seat belt kept atleast kept you alive through the accident itself. Generally speaking, the benefits of wearing a seatbelt far oughtweigh the risks.




Chris

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#14 14 years ago

Glad you're all well, dude, sorry the same can't be said about your 'mobile.




Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

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#15 14 years ago

All i can say is that someone obviously loves you very much to survive such a wreckage, so consider yourself very very lucky. I have been in a car crash before, a very bad one where a large lorry just completely crushed our car. I got away with out being so bad but someone didn't and they died.




Mad Cat

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#16 14 years ago

what a wreckage...

my dad had an accident once, he was half on the street moving from the driveway, and a big jeep totally ripped the front of the car apart...




DavetheFo

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#17 14 years ago

Well glad to hear your safe.

After accidents like that, its all the more reason to invest in a Tardis - just think of the benefits.




Tango Protocol

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#18 14 years ago

marvinmatthew;3495035However, I think that this is a situation where the seatbelt kept him from getting killed.

If you were ever in an accident bad enough to cause your car to start buring, it's likely the seat belt kept atleast kept you alive through the accident itself. Generally speaking, the benefits of wearing a seatbelt far oughtweigh the risks.

I was just playing devil's advocate.




Tas

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#19 14 years ago

Well you are pretty lucky living trough that, considering the roof came in on the OTHER side of the car.




General Rommel

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#20 14 years ago

All that matters is that your not hurt.