Mustang front end impact - not that bad

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Mustang front end impact - not that bad

Postby JohnnyRevPants » Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:36 pm

Fortunately not mine, and, I hope no one on here. But that's quite an impact.

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Re: Mustang front end impact - not that bad

Postby Lemonsausage » Tue Jun 13, 2017 5:18 pm

Aside from the mustang looking like it was perhaps going too quickly considering the lights were out, that silver car shouldn't have just pulled out in front of it

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Re: Mustang front end impact - not that bad

Postby Ant379 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:52 am

It could be settled that both were at fault here.

Although the Mustang may have been within the speed limit of the road, he didn't 'proceed with caution at broken down trafffic lights.

As with the other driver, she appeared to ignore the fact that she didn't have right of way at broken down lights, and again, should have proceeded with caution.

They both had a costly accident here, and the council responsible for the lights not working should also have an element of guilt and responsibility.

My thoughts anyway .


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