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That New Guy - On the other side of a wreck

I’ve been working wrecks for over half my life after beginning my news career back when I was 25. When it comes to collisions, I’ve seen it all many times over. And yes, a lot of it will burn itself into your mind’s eye if you let it.

Given the fact that I’ve conservatively worked well over a thousand auto accidents over my career, a few hundred of those resulting in fatalities, I’ve learned to be careful anytime I get behind the wheel. I assume, as should you, that the other guy will do something ...

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