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Old 01-09-2005, 04:32 PM   #11
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First time for me! But what I want to know the most is what happened to the people in the car? They musta had a good taste of that deers insides. Is there a slight possiblity that this could be fake since some chunks seem to be conveniently placed? But what Im thinking is that the the deer split in half at the window corner where it is open and all of his guts and stuff flew inside spraying everyone and everything.
Ya like the chunk of deer on the steering column in front of the steering wheel.......
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and the other chunk behind the drivers seat.
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First time for me! But what I want to know the most is what happened to the people in the car? They musta had a good taste of that deers insides. Is there a slight possiblity that this could be fake since some chunks seem to be conveniently placed? But what Im thinking is that the the deer split in half at the window corner where it is open and all of his guts and stuff flew inside spraying everyone and everything.
Ya like the chunk of deer on the steering column in front of the steering wheel.......
Yea thats a huge piece and is full of hair too! Maybe that piece hit the driver in the face and thats where he put it, lol.
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OK if that was real how did blood splatter all over the front of the driver seat if the driver was sitting there...also how did the airbag not deploy?......im thinking this was a farse to scare people about the (already scary enough) danger of hitting deer.
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I don't think that the body of a deer can cause such an impact on a car that would deploy the air bag.... But maybe the driver was leaning over to the glove department so that'* why the driver'* seat is soaked.
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The blood spray brings up a good point....But the Air bag point is moot.....trailblazers don't have all that sensitve of SRS sensors in the front, and the deer wasn't "Hard enough" iguess to create that had of an impact to it.
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The blood spray brings up a good point....But the Air bag point is moot.....trailblazers don't have all that sensitve of SRS sensors in the front, and the deer wasn't "Hard enough" iguess to create that had of an impact to it.
ever hit a bird? Everyones first instinct is to duck, luckly he saw the deer and did the same thing.
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The blood spray brings up a good point....But the Air bag point is moot.....trailblazers don't have all that sensitve of SRS sensors in the front, and the deer wasn't "Hard enough" iguess to create that had of an impact to it.
ever hit a bird? Everyones first instinct is to duck, luckly he saw the deer and did the same thing.
Hahahah i drive over a 1,000 miles a week between my personal likfe and work life....I've hit lots of birds....My buddy smacked a horse a few weeks ago.....That was the damnedest thing I've seen and heard in a while.....
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