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RE: Thyme/misc

Yipes! Ceres... car's can be fixed, glad you are not hurt.


>     I had a car problem also.  Tues morning I was going to Valley
> (old West Des Moines) and a car in the lead stopped to turn across the
> traffic,
> car in front of me stopped, I stopped but the young girl behind us
> into
> me, pushing me into the car in ft & by this time the lead car had
> and
> was free of the mess.  My car was sandwiched so have both ft & rear
> damage.  I
> was driving my Honda CRV which sets higher than a std car so the car
> behind
> me hit low, tearing the muffle system loose, damaging the rear bumper
> spare
> car carrier, etc & same in the ft.  No one was hurt, we all had seat
> on
> but the young girl in the rear was very tearful and repeatedly saying
> was
> sorry. I hate driving a damaged car with a rattling wired up muffler.
>     Did you get heavy rains yesterday again?
>         Ceres

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