Automobiles and Transportation : You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

Me too. I just did it and it was really fun. Recommended.

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We're just on this planet to have fun. Chill out, captain buzzkill.

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Then I don't want to hear any more complaining. Those things are adorable.

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Re: You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

You never know if there's an animal in one

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I heard about a guy, who did that to a pile of leaves, in front of his house, he ran over his daughter, and killed her.

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Well, that put an end to the party :(

Re: You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

Yeah, I was thinking the same thing, way to kill a thread.

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Re: You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

Here's the story:
On the afternoon of 3 November 2004, in the town of Methuen, MA, 10-year-old Natalie Gravel and 8-year-old Merrideth Reed were playing in a pile of leaves left in

the street outside their apartment building. Just before the accident, neighbors saw the girls laughing and shoveling leaves at each other with plastic trash-can lids.

At about 5 p.m., Natalie’s father drove his full-size 1997 GMC 1500 pickup over that pile of leaves as he rolled to his accustomed parking spot on the street. James Gravel never saw the two girls playing amidst the fallen autumn foliage, perhaps because they deliberately ducked out of sight in an effort to surprise him

Leaf pile

and Natalie’s two siblings, who were in the truck with him.

The 36-year-old contractor had no idea anything was amiss until he got out of the truck. It was then he discovered the horribly injured girls, his own daughter and the daughter of the woman he lived with, both of whom had been crushed under his front and rear tires.

Natalie died a half-hour later at Holy Family Hospital of massive chest trauma. The last thing her father heard her say as she was loaded into the ambulance was “I can’t breathe.” Merrideth survived her injuries.

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/fallen-like-leaves/


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Re: You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

Oh God!

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I googled to see if it was true or an urban myth. I guess that's not the only time it's happened.

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Re: You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

I can't imagine going through something so painful

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Nor can I.

🙁

Re: You ever tempted to drive through garbage bag piles next to the road?

Ouch 😐

Meh
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