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Old 10-24-2010, 08:03 PM   #15
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My family and I were going up I95. All of a sudden a tractor trailor going south lost a set of rear wheels off his trailor. They came across the median. I was able to miss them. The car behind me was not so lucky. They hit the left front of the car at an angle. They did alot of damage. I guess the driver had not be doing his pretrip and post trip inspection properly. The people were seriously hurt. As an over the road drive,r I sometimes had to remove the fill plug to check the oil because the site guage was unreadable.

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