Narrative Essay About Car Accident

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    Have you ever been in a car accident? Let me tell you, every accident is different. No-body knows how an accident will happen or the outcome of an accident. All accidents are defined by the severity. All accidents impact a person. Nobody understands an impact of an accident on a person until it happens to them. I remember the first time I got in a car accident. I was as scared as a little kid when it happened. I was only a sophomore. I had just got my license two months before my accident. People always joked about me getting in car accidents because everyone thought I was a bad driver. However, this car accident was not my fault. I did not hit anyone. I was not hit with air bags, thankfully. I was not sure if I hit my head or not. I was confused…

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    Ashley Barger English 1101 Project 1 final draft July 10, 2017 Approximately 35,000 people die in car accidents a year and nearly 10,300 of those fatalities are due to drunk driving. It is unfortunate that for most people to realize this they must witness something terrible or experience the loss of someone important to them. It’s insane to think how one small decision can change the lives of so many people. The decisions you make effect everyone no matter how minor they seem in the…

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    I had not ever been in a car accident before in my life, so when I experienced one, I did not enjoy nearly dying. It happened four years ago, I can still vividly remember everything. I was with my sister, Nakesha, she was driving since I was not old enough to drive yet. We were having a good day and had decided to go to my dad’s for a while to see him since our parents are divorced. We spent a considerable amount of time with our dad who kept making us laugh like he always does. I could not have…

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    think that the most impact of me changing into how I am today would be the car culture. The car culture is a place where I really adapted into. I learned about how the whole scene works and the different kinds of people. When I lived in California a group of friends that I had were car enthusiast, they would talk about the meets going down, the events, etc. I was more of a regular person at the time who cared nothing else except video games. I later adapted to this culture because I like how…

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    feel warm. It’s September of 2006, my birth month. I pass by the kitchen eavesdropping on my mother talking on the phone about a huge birthday party that I knew was for me; however, I pretended not to know. I wanted to be excited. The day comes, and my loving mother knew exactly what I wanted, a Disney Pixar Cars themed party! My family and friends are spread across our yard and as typical, mothers are gossiping, fathers are drinking beer, and kids are running for their lives as they play…

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    Did you ever want to become one of the best detectives like the people movies? Well, most of the best detective uses the steps I am going to teach you. So I am going to help you solve a case that will help you solve more cases. The case is about someone who robbed a rare fish. So the police officer tries to find the thief, but there was a street with five houses and they know that one of those houses is the thief. It is only to you the best detective in the world (That is you.) So now you will…

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    home from work and spot a car that is a little bit way too low to be on the road? Most of us have and if you are not into todays car scene, you might just find it a little bit too weird. Today’s car scene is subculture that is rapidly growing and many are proud to be in. Within these car scene subcultures we have different categories that we can identify; classic, American, and imports. These are all very different subcultures but they all share one thing, and that is the love and care for their…

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