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Wasn't me!

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Glad to see it's not just me that can't drive a Mazda!

My mother in law did this one. Thank you God that she came out good. Just bruising in rib area from colliding into console.

Fire/ems wasn't going to come out initially but I called them and told them I wanted her checked out.

We got to looking at the tire marks, she's very fortunate to not have had a worse situation. If she was going Any slower or went off sooner, she would have ended upside down in that creek.

I guess I don't need to worry about putting the replacement parts on now. Truck is more than likely totaled. Water got into the cab and obviously engine bay. Passenger side not looking hot...

What a night...

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Glad no one was seriously hurt.

Something I will admit about stability, I see better highway stability with my heavy 2002 Dodge 2500 Cummins than I do with the light 1996 Dodge 1500. Being in a heavier vehicle in the winter time is better than being in a light economy vehicle.

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