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Always wear a seat belt....

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...88934079810351

Warning, this aint pretty.....

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If I could just go back... if I could rub everything out... starting with myself.
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*speechless* That's quite horrifying!

But yeah always buckle up, my mum always grilled that into me.

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wearing a seat belt or not...

there is NO way anybody could've survived that!
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True maybe Either way horrible!!

Even more weird -the guy in the helicopter filming it... "beautiful" !?

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why was the idiot trying to overtake down the inside!

was their own fault

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Good one!
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I nearly got knocked down on my penny farthing the other morning. Someone on their horse tried to undertake me. The cad!

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I nearly got knocked down on my penny farthing the other morning. Someone on their horse tried to undertake me. The cad!
Funny. I pictured it as 'Driving Miss Ginny'.
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Funny. I pictured it as 'Driving Miss Ginny'.
Oh no, no one was driving me. Jeeves was measuring his cucumber sandwiches with the gold plated slide rule at the time.

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It's a police-chase. Sick that the officer calls someone dying "beautiful"...
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I always wear a seatbelt. In fact I'm leaving in a few minutes to walk into town, and I'm going to put my seatbelt on before I go. I always feel safe in the knowledge that if a car should run me over, the seatbelt will help in some way.
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OMG!!!


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that sucksss

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That is horrible. I don't know, it is possible he could have survived with a seatbelt. If he wasn't ejected from the car then you never know, he may have lived.
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