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...s from the accident. As soon as the cops were done talking to him, the tow truck came and he suddenly got really upset. He loved that car and it was heartbreaking for him to see it go. My mom was secretly happy because she wanted him to get a new car for a long time anyways. We then had to say goodbye to the little gold car that my dad had loved for years. He loved that car so much because he added all his own touches to it. From the coustom wheels to the fresh smelling leather seats, that car was a memory that my dad still wishes he had. After the car was towed and everything was sorted out, he headed home to rest for the rest of the night. I still do not like driving in storms and rain to this day and I cant help but think about what happened when I was with my dad. This accident taught me that some things are out of your control and you should always be cautious.
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