the wreck (witnessing)

As I waited at the red light at the intersection of my street and the freeway and running a few minutes late this past Tuesday, I heard an exploding crashing noise followed by the crumpling of metal. An automobile accident had just occurred. I turned around and looked out of the backseat window to my right and saw a black Mustang with its front end caved in. I looked in my rear view mirror and saw a silvery blue Civic stalled in the lane an angle with its back end smashed. A woman appearing uninjured got out of the Mustang which was pulled into the complex across the street from the one I live in. I felt startled, because I have been in quite a few accidents myself. My adrenaline was pumping. The light turned green, and I followed the car ahead of me to continue my trek to work.


When a huge show comes to town, they can sell out really fast. If you don’t buy your concert tickets as soon as they’re on sale, then you risk the chance of not getting them at all. If you’re out of luck and really want to see the concert, then you can always look at a third-party ticket vendor who might have them.

Author: Sig

Modern Soapbox is the blog of Sig.

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