As I tried to
turn around the corner a hedge suddenly sprang up
and obscured my view of the road in front.
As I was
approaching the stationary traffic I applied my
brakes but the traffic was more stationary than I
had first realised.
I had been
driving down that road for 25 years when I lost
concentration and hit the pedestrian
I had one eye on
the traffic, one on a child by the side of the road
and one on the car behind.
I had to swerve
all over the road before I managed to hit the
I knew there was
a speed limit on that road but it was well past
midnight and I didn't think that it applied at that
I ran into a
stationary car which was driving in the opposite
I realised that a collision was inevitable so I
accelerated hard and smashed into the back of the
I swerved to
avoid a telegraph pole which is why I ran into it.
I was aware that
the dog was often unruly in the car. However I would
not have allowed her to drive it if I had realised
there would be a problem.
I was driving at
approximately 70 miles an hour behind
another car when it suddenly broke without reason or
I was driving
home and turned into my drive but it was the wrong
house. My car collided with a tree in my drive. I do
not have a tree in my drive.
I was in the
slow lane of the motorway. Another car was coming up
very fast behind in the middle lane. I pulled out
into the middle lane but the other car failed to
brake in time.
I was not used
to power steering. I turned the wheel little too far
and found myself going back the way I had come.
I was trying to
kill a fly in the car so I ran over the pedestrian.
was pillion passenger. She was holding onto me but
her hands slipped down to my testicles and I lost
control of my motorbike.
was broken but there was no cause for this. I
The car caught fire so I smothered my wife with a
The car hit me
at a high-speed and my head went through the
windscreen and rolled off when the car stopped.
Fortunately I was still conscious so was able to
avoid more serious injury.
The car that hit
mine was invisible. After the collision it just
had a sad face and moved extremely slowly as he rose
up over my car and bounced off the bonnet.
was running hard away from my car but I managed to
The lady in the
car behind struck my backside, slid off and rested
in a ditch with just her rear end visible.
There were no
witnesses to the accident until after it had
When I collided
with the bollard it had suddenly appeared on the
road in a place where it never appeared in the past.
When I put my
head out of the window I assumed that it was down. I