:bigsmile::bigsmile:ANY 1 WHO DRIVES BIG RIGS NO'S HE COULD SEE THAT MOTOR EVEN THOUGH HE HAS GOT HIS SEAT FULLY DOWN...WOULD'NT WANT TO BE THAT TRUCK DRIVER BUT LOVE THE WAY HE WAS THINKING MOVE OR BE MOVED.......:smoke::smoke:
just seen the story on the evening news, that lady was sure lucky it was raining as it let the tyres slide, would of been an awful mess in the dry :!:
cant beleive the driver could'nt see or hear the impact though :shake:
but hopefully thats the end of him/her driving rigs for life. :wanker:
How did she end up on his bumper though ? I don't think shes blameless in this .If she was in his lane he'd have hit the rear end but if she pulled into his lane without looking she coudl have been spun round.?
The interview on TV showed a qualified vet who was very calm but couldn't remember how she ended up on his bumper but remembered everything about trying to attract his attention while trapped there :?:
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