Dashcam Video: Vehicle spins out of control in Howell

No serious injuries reported. (Credit: Yossi G.)


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  1. I had seen it at 1:30 am last night while coming home from work in Boro Park; there were about 10 Yeshiva guys lined up next to it and 2 police cars so they didn’t need me, I didn’t stop.
    They should be shook up but ok as the vehicle had multiple side airbags etc., I hope they’re all OK.
    Thursday’s I work a 12 hour day in Boro Park and come home that time which is not easy, I have that schedule for the past 35 years
    How do I do it especially now at my age?
    Before leaving Boro Park I take a 15 minute nap.
    I take with snacks and drinks (drinks don’t keep you awake, snacks do).
    I always Stop at WaWa at Marlboro to buy gas (last night it took 4 gallons) and than I park there and take a 20 minute nap.
    It’s not easy but that’s what I have to do to support a few married kids.

  2. To comment 1. Mabrouck to you. What does your ancillary information have to do with this dreadful accident? Have a meaningful Elul season. Shabbat Shalom Mevacorach. Did you supply this itemized information just in case the nature of this dreadful accident was due to drowsy driving? After viewing the video it looked more like reckless driving to me. All of Klal Yisrael should be well.

  3. To comment # 3. The way this vehicle wound up leads me to believe the driver was speeding causing loss of control. To me that’s reckless driving. Have a blessed Shabbat Shalom Mevacorach and meaningful Elul season.

  4. Shouldn’t you not assume unless you were actually there and know exactly what was going on? Which we all know is impossible for us mere mortals.

    And in the spirit of a meaningful Elul “season”, shouldn’t you be judging people favorably the way you want Hashem to judge you?

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