The horse is still there. Shouldn't someone have removed it by now?
And, that poor man, probally on his way to work or, on his way home. It just goes to show that you never know what might happen.
I worked at a car dealership in college and that happened to a customer when he was out test driving a truck. The truck was totaled, driver and salesman were ok, the horse on the other hand, was granted his death wish.
I see so many people that do not slow down when there is an animal near the road. Horses don't just dart...chances are the man saw the horse, but did not take any action at all to add safety to the situation by slowing down. Or the horse was already in the road and he wasn't paying attention.
It was 3am, & he was on his way to work. Do you think it's possible that the horse came out of nowhere into his headlights before he could slow down? Or maybe we can just make some comment about how this poor SOB brought this bad luck on himself without actually reading the story.
Thank You ANON 2:35. I was also a bit annoyed by the ANON 11:38 comment. The funny thing is that livestock are known to stand in the middle of the road when displaced. This I know from experience. It was dark too.
Why does someone have to be at fault? It was an accident and someimtes accidents can not be prevented. Please pray for the faimilies involved.
Overdriving the headlights, probably. The time has come for the DOT to revise the lighting standards that have been in effect since 1955.
Looks like the Update tried to put as many words into one sentence as possible, 51 I think. They must be running low on periods.
Post a Comment