As the car came closer, she closed her eyes, and that was the dreadful car crash that killed Cali in the summer of 2013. Although, Cali 's death could have been prevented if only the driver had not driven in a drunken state, because This did not only took the life of a loved one, but it 's left her two daughters motherless and no one to take care of since their dad was careless, and was not there for them. Couple days later child services took the kids to a
My siblings and I wondered what happened and asked the most regretful question, “What happened?” asked Mk, my older sister. It took my mother a few seconds to respond to her. “Nhia got into a car accident.” she said as her voice trembled in fear. In that moment, I pictured the terrible accident in my head and felt a slight burning sensation inside. We all sat in silence as we were dropped off at my cousin’s place and watched as my parents drove off in a hurry.
In one of the very first scenes of the film, Joel thinks his neighbor has staged a hit-and-run on his car, leaving it damaged, and this start to his day is part of what spurs him to take the train to work and ultimately meet Clementine again. In Joel’s memories, Clementine was intoxicated on the last time she sees him and says she wrecked his car to which Joel reacts angrily and calls her pathetic. Joel is shown crying in his car on multiple different occasions, and whenever it is shown, the side with the damage is facing the camera. This motif of his car relays the theme that relationships are complicated, but his car is a constant reminder of Clementine and the impact that she had on his life. Furthermore, in it was in Joel’s car is that the first time the pair discovered that they had their memories of each other erased because of a letter Clementine opens on their way to Joel’s house.
Time crawled along at snails pace and eventually my brothers and myself wondered where my father and godmother were. Within an instant my mother screamed for me and I ran to her as if my life depended on it. Instead my life was not in the balance it was my godmother who had lost hers. Instantly shattered and numb I was afraid to ask the next question but my mother eased my ... ... middle of paper ... ...as he fell asleep at the wheel with a blood alcohol content level that was twice the legal limit. The car flipped twice and slung Jeffrey from it like a rag doll but he survived and to this day he does not drink.
I felt my body flying in the air” (7 KTVB.COM). Just by watching her video online and hearing her tell us her story makes me want to cry, it is such a sad story that texting and driving can change someone’s life. Who would have ever thought that in a blink of an eye you can go paralyzed or even die for doing such little thing? Ashley said “I couldn 't stand up, sit up, dress myself, I couldn 't bathe myself, Zumbrunnen said. I was a 31 year old baby, learning how to do everything” (7 KTVB.COM).
Gina, her two twin boys, and her unborn daughter were all killed in the wreck, completely crushed. Why? Gina was distracted by a argument she was having with her mom. Personally I'm against talking on cell phones while driving, after I share my views with you, you will understand why. "More dangerous than driving under the influence".
In the year 2011 226 children were killed in a drunk driving accident, 54% were actually in the car with the drunk driver. Subtopic 1 Effects of drunk driving This is a story on a 7 year old girl that was involved in a drunk driving accident, shown on “The Faces of Drunk Driving”, “A drunk driver in a stolen pickup speeding the wrong way down a busy Fort Worth street slammed head-on into her car. Jeremy Solis landed in jail for 10 years, and Chilli landed in a wheelchair. When Arabella Vásquez arrived at the hospital, she wasn’t sure that her fourth child would even survive the terrible crash. Her little girl’s injuries were massive.
Early one Saturday morning on Litedoune Road, a nineteen year old named Caitlyn Priced died in a severe car crash at three thirty in the morning. Caitlyn was driving home from a party in Catawba County and was headed to a friend’s house. While driving to her friend’s house Caitlyn was drinking and sending text messages with her cell phone when she crashed. Not only was she drinking and texting while driving, she also wasn’t wearing a seat belt. When Caitlyn crashed she was thrown from the car when the car rolled after she took a turn to fast.
She was able to keep her pregnancy secret from her dad but when she gave birth her father was unhappy and ashamed of what she did. Her father kicked her out of the house, and she was left with no where to go. She was really sad and had no idea what to do. She drove to a single-lane bridge by her house and got out of the car with her new born baby. With the crying baby in her hands, she jumped off of the bridge, instantly killing both of them.
We don’t often reflect back on our life, the person we have become and what the future holds for us. It is only then we become aware of our flaws, and are given a choice to fix or ignore them. Change is an extremely important part of life; in fact, most people would argue that it is the definition of life. People become stagnant and do not grow into their lives if they do not embrace change. Recognizing what needs to be done, reflecting back on our lives and accepting the faults that welcome change, is probably the hardest part, but certainly not without its virtues.