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My wife was rear ended yestarday by a tahoe. Then she hit the woman in front of her. The tahoe was really smashed up. The Fusion held up really well. It just screwed up the bumper and dented the trunk. People said he was going between 40 and 50 mph when he hit her. The front bumper is screwed up around the license plate bracket. Its kinda like the bracket tried to push through the bumper. I get a new car and have bad luck. First new car I buy too. She was slammed and if it wasn't for the seat belt she said she would have hit the wheel. Everything in the car was thrown forward. I haven't driven it yet but I hope its ok. It doesn't even have 3000 miles on it yet. I guess this fixes my front license plate bracket problem. I'm very pleased on how it held up. Ford did a good job. That Tahoe was really bad. Twisted up that big steel bumper and smashed his grille into pieces. Don't know about the body. Well I'll keep you guys posted. My wife was in the emergency room for like 3 hrs and she better be ok or he'll definitely hear from us.
 

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Sorry to hear about that .....

BTW. did the airbags deploy?
 

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My wife was rear ended yestarday by a tahoe.
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I'm psycic. The first thing I thought when I read the title, I bet it was an SUV.
 

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No airbags came out. I'm even surprised that the fuel shut off sensor didn't shut off. He was probably in amaze about how good the fusion looks and couldn't stop. He just had to F it up.
My wife couldn't go to work today so that queer guy already owes us one days pay. He owns his own flower shop so I know he has a little money. I aint gonna go easy on this. My sons big birthday party is tomorrow and she won't even be able to enjoy it like she wants. That guy really F'd up alot. Freaking fagats! ( No he really is , HONESTLY)
 

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Sorry about your wife's accident...wrong place at the wrong time..isn't that how it always works out? :(
Keep a cool head about it, though, and you'll be glad you did in the long run. Keep track of what your losses are, but don't be too quick in demanding that he pay up. The car can be fixed or replaced, lives are priceless. Best wishes to your wife on a full & speedy recovery and happy birthday to your son.
 
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