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Old 01-23-2007, 06:34 AM
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Head On Collision!

I was about a minute late for a head on collision yesterday morning on my way to work. I was behind a white box van on my way to work on Rt 125 north in Lee about 1 mile south of the Lee Circle. The box van came to a stop and I thought there was a minor traffic incident ahead, but I couldn't see around the box van because I was in the 95 Contour. The van then went over the yellow line slowly like he was going around something, so I followed and we went around an old Impala that clipped the rear of a semi dump truck, but that was a result of what was up ahead. When we got by that and I could see further past the van it looked like a war zone!! The police weren't there yet. The road right there curves slightly to the right and I guess a Crown Vic going north drifted into over the yellow line and clipped a Chevy Silverado. The Chevy was up on the guard rail 90° from the road with the front will and some suspension components against the guard rail on the other side of the road. The Crown Vic was smashed up to the windshield. No one was hurt really bad. That was a crazy scene though. Lots a debris everywhere!!
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Old 01-23-2007, 08:57 AM
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