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The crash that happened March 25 2012 was the most traumatic experience I could imagine I always said nothing could put me in terror Ill never get injured and Ill never crash I sure wrong about that This is a day that changed the way I thought from here on out Hours before on the cheerful sunny day everything was going great During the early peaceful afternoon while out with some friends getting some mouthwatering cotton candy ice cream which just liquefied as it touched our taste buds After filling up on scrumptious sweet ice cream made more plans Heading back from friendlys blasting our loud booming music that we greatly enjoyed we decided to head to the skate park We arrived at the rambunctious park where all you hear is boards shredding squeaking wheels grinding sparks flying from overheated wheel bearings across the cold cement We were all ready to have some fun I needed to head home to change out my ancient skateboard that was half cracked I should have stayed and just used my timeworn beat up board it couldve protected me from all the chaos I endured After heading home getting what I needed I heard my car give off a loud screech Didnt think anything of it Pulling off my soundless dead end street heading back to the park was the last thing I remember Hearing people yelling over my own bloody screams for help begs and pleads for someone to save me Hanging by the neck choking seat belt the only thing that saved my life just waiting for help was terrifying I didnt know I crashed severely up and over a guard rail hitting a big strong cement block then smashing down on the passenger side Smelling the air bag that powdery chemical smell like rotten eggs that tore your throat and nostril air ways apart Burning with every deep breath I took making my eyes shut
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