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A Accident Essay

700 words - 3 pages

A Traffic AccidentEveryone has received a gift they've appreciated and enjoyed at least once in his or her life. When I was young, I had always wanted to get a Ford Mustang as it has been my favorite car. To my luck, my mother was able to afford one and got it as my graduation gift. it was black and blue it had tinted windows and a spoiler. I was 21 years old and had my drivers license for 6 years already.I was so happy. I had a new car and I was going to drive it. People would comment how nice my car was including family and friends. One starless night at around 9pm I was driving home from my boyfriend Maikel's house at 30mph when it happened. I never thought I was going to go through such a terrible experience. And an experience I wasn't going to forget.I had an accident. Mario ran a stop sign & crashed me. Since he was speeding my car went in circles about 4 times. While it was going in circles it hit the Mario's car. I was conscious the whole time while inside the car. I was really scared and worried. All I could say was "Oh my god!" I felt something else hit my car while it was spinning. It was the other car that it hit. As a result Mario's car got inside the patio of the corner house. My car stopped in front of a palm tree. When the car came to a complete stop the driver's and passenger's airbag popped out. I saw white smoke coming out of the motor of the car. I thought. "I have to get out the car is going to go on fire." I tried opening the door but was unsuccessful. Then I looked at my hands and saw that my fingers had cuts on them that were bleeding. A good Samaritan called Robert helped me out of the car by forcing the door open. I sat on the sidewalk crying. I was in so much pain. The ambulance came within 3...

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