wallace david wrote:
> My 21 year old son and his two buddies were driving home from the lakes
> yesterday and he fell asleep at the wheel doing about 45 mph.
> He was driving a 1984 GT coupe near cherry...well none of these guys were
> wearing their seatbelts and they hit the ditch became ariborne and rolled
> the car over witnesses said one of the guys was thrown from the car.
> Thank-God everyone is alive! One passenger has a broken nose and 13
> stitches on his forehead, the other a cracked vertabrae and head
> lacerations. Both of them went home the same day. My son however was not
> so lucky. He has a crushed ankle and a broken tibia...he goes into
> surgery today for pins and a plate.
> If these guys had been wearing their seatbelts their injuries may not
> have been so severe.
> Needless to say the car is totaled but there are some salvagable parts.
> If anyone needs anything let me know. And it's yours for the asking you
> pay only for the shipping.
> The rear end and passenger side of the car look o.k.
Sorry to hear about your son. Be glad he gets to tell others of his
foolishness. Audi's can be replaced. I( agree with you about the
seatbelts. Too many people get hurt bad or killed because they wont take
the time to buckle up. I hope others learn from his mistake.