The Death of A Car – Not the Driver


Do NOT Talk on your Cell Phone and DRIVE

DO NOT glance at your phone to look for new messages or updates.

DO NOT DO anything that will distract you from driving.

Our pizza delivery guy, a teenage driver, was distracted the other night AND going 40-45 mph in our neighborhood. I always see him speeding through like a speed demon. Our street is only 25 mph for a reason. He got distracted–probably by his phone, and hit a parked car in front of my house. Never had time to even brake. He pushed the parked car on the sidewalk and flipped his car landing upside down. If he hadn’t had his seat belt on he would have been killed. DO NOT get distracted when you are driving. I don’t care who is in the car with you and making fun of you–just drive safe. If you don’t get killed or seriously injured or don’t injure or kill someone else, you still have the aftermath of an accident. The emotions, fear, anger, trouble, blame, and cost.

The Wreck in Front of Our House

Ever in an accident? That sound the other night was freakish. I was in my living room when it happened. Don’t let this happen. Be safe.

This is the car being righted up. Sick sounds when they aren’t on TV.

Cindy Scinto

Cindy Scinto, Editor,


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