We hear of one crash after another. Involving kids, parents, anyone. Don't text and drive. Sure, we learn from mistakes, but when the mistakes are fatal, the lesson falls on deaf ears, unless we learn from others mistakes.
Since August, there have been over a dozen separate incidents of people accidentally driving their cars into the face of different buildings. The question is, what do we make of it? Is this some trend that we must address, or is it simply a string of coincidence?
A Georgia man was aware that his pickup truck had no functional brakes when he took it for a drive Wednesday afternoon. But the 24-year-old was under the mistaken — and likely Saturday morning cartoon-influenced — impression he could just stop the vehicle by sticking his foot out the door and dragging it across the pavement, Fred Flinstone-style.
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