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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
Here is what DH sent me after he let me know she was safe.
Wow, is it totaled? the anwser may be obvious, but I know very little about vehicles
Holey moley Janet. Glad she was ok. I was say that was totaled with all the leaking happening.
O, I hope they can get it all fixed up good and hopefully also figure out why the air bags didnt deploy.
Ugh my thoughts too Vicki. I hope DH is right!
Cassy loves that car. Her biological mom bought it for her as a graduation present, new, 3 years ago.
I have raised Cassy since she was 5, and consider her my own. I am friendly with her real mom too. (aka DHs "X")
She has got past the shaky part, now she is hoppin MAD!
CCC the officer said if you are traveling less than 30 MPH they usually won't deploy.
Most of the damage was from the bumper guard on that truck, and the truck sitting so high.
The insurance said they will have everything like that checked, I was worried about the air bag too.
jchny2000 - Thank goodness your daughter wasn't injured! Smart girl to be driving under the speed limit. Too bad about her car; I hope it can be fixed like new again. But better the car than her!
Wow--she was lucky! They always say accidents happen close to home. I know she was worried about driving in Indy at IUPUI. I sure hope the guy is cited for being in the road, in the wrong lane, without his lights on! Who does that? Putting out the trash cans in the road? Did they do DUI testing? Considering a ding in a bumper can cost $1,000 bucks, the damages may cost more than the car's worth, especially with a crunched engine. Even though it's a big hassle to deal with insurance repairs, I know you're so relieved that Cassy wasn't injured. Take care!!
Wow glad she is ok
Kabhyper1 - Oliver the therapy chicken is a delight! Also loved the sight of your alpacas kicking up their merry heels playing chase! We should all be so innocent and free!
Hogster and CCCC..CHICKENS - What good dog stories! I know there was a lot of love shared between you and your dogs. The great dogs always leave our hearts full.
We had a corgi named Lily who was shared by the whole neighborhood. She would accompany the neighbors and their dogs on their walks. She took very seriously her job of escorting all the children to their bus stop in the mornings and waiting with them for the school bus. In the afternoons she was back to greet them on their return. Neighbors hid her when animal control came by. Everyone knew and loved her. Even people we didn't know would greet her by name. I would love to have another dog like her. Good dogs never live long enough.