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Re: Defugalty

OOh, too bad!  Those air bags may save lives, but they really shake
you up. I hope Ms Fatma's really all right - reaction will set in later -
and that the bad guy had good auto insurance.

In a message dated 08/28/2006 1:25:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
When she was on her way to school this AM, some guy in a pickup bounded 
out of a side street and crashed into the left front fender of Ms 
Fatma's car. He smacked her hard enough to let loose the air bags and 
pop the sunroof open. Apparently, Ms Fatma was not hurt, but she's so 
loaded with adrenaline, it's difficult to tell [she's mired down in the 
local emergency room getting checked out right now]. As soon as she 
calls me, and I pick her up, we have to report to the body shop and get 
the repairs underway. Man, I hate this kind of stuff

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