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Old 04-23-2004, 08:08 AM   #6
Chris N
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Join Date: Mar 2001
Chapter/Region: NESIC
Location: Maine
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day after,
right now I'm waiting for my sons to wake up to see how sore they are. The driver of the Pathfinder took the steering wheel in the chest and stomach, he went to the hospital. His little girl was in a child seat and had no appearent injuries. Our boys were buckled up and sitting straight up thankfully so they didn't travel too far to the backs of their seats. My wife was driving the Baja and the seatback broke and landed on my son's legs. SHe was scared his legs were hurt, but he was just stuck for a few minutes and couldn't get out right away. Her shoulders and neck are sore but she's moving around well today.

Thank God for modern engineering and crumple zones. A 50 mph crash would have been much worse on occupants if the energy wasn't absorbed by the 2 cars(mostly by the Baja).

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