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Drunk Driver Keeps Going For a Mile With Body Lodged in Windshield

In Oceanside, California, a suspected drunk driver hit a pedestrian and failed to stop at the scene of the accident. The scene of the accident, however, kept going with her.

The woman behind the wheel, a 29-year-old Esteysi Sanchez, didn’t stop when the body of the pedestrian was lodged IN HER WINDSHIELD!! The impact of the collision with the man, whose identity has not been released, was stuck through her windshield and on her passenger seat.

Imagine the horror scene unfold, because the gruesomeness doesn’t stop there. The man, who we can only hope was killed on impact, had his leg severed in the collision. It smashed through the rear windshield and came to a rest on the trunk of the Pontiac.

A few questions:

1 – How many drinks did  Ms. Sanchez have that she didn’t know a dead body was stuck in her windshield?

2 – How fast was she going that it severed his leg which rocketed through the back window as well?

3 – Who has to clean up that mile-long scene?

The lesson, dear readers, is don’t drink and drive. It’s an age-old tale with deadly consequences.

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