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My Car Wreck It was an early Monday morning in winter and my cell phone started ringing at 600 am sharp This came as quite a shock to me because it was obviously not my time to wake up I answered the phone and realize that it was my friend Susan reminding me that I have to be at the auditorium around 700 Bleary-eyed I looked out of my window only to be greeted by a depressing sight it was dark foggy and full of the promise of rain However I dragged myself out of bed anyway and proceeded to get ready After being jolted by my morning coffee I slide in the car and fastened my seat belt As I pulled out of the driveway I called Susan and asked her for directions Not knowing the neighborhood where she lived it was up to her to give me precise and clear directions Being over confident about my driving abilities and how well I could handle the car I started speeding up in the neighborhood for the clock was ticking and I was already a bit late In a blink of an eye I saw a Blazer coming towards me in the foggy morning haze In a split second before I could ever access my options we ended up colliding The headlights shone straight into my eyes like strong rays from the sun and suddenly my body bounced up and hit the top of the car It was like an extremely hostile tornado attacked me from the inside my car and whirled me around I was out cold for about next few minutes Desperately trying to recapture my conscious I looked around and saw that despite the wreck in the middle of this sleepy neighborhood everything around me was still an eerie peaceful and calm which made the whole situation ten times more unnerving I looked at myself and by the grace of God found
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