What a Ditch. Youngsville Woman Gets the Blender Treatment.

Sunday Evening around 9 PM the Youngsville Fire Department was requested posthaste to Cedar Creek Road where a female driving a Silver Scion had taken a turn for the worse. Into the ditch that is.

There is no word on the extent of her injuries but she was taken away by Youngsville Rescue & EMS for a lovely ride to a local hospital in a very expensive box on wheels.

While all the appropriate authorities were surrounding her with skill and care, I caught a glance of her as she was escorted away on that rolling bed thing, she did not look badly injured judging by the slow departure and easy ride out-of-town. But really all I can say for sure was she had nice feet for someone strapped to a stretcher after a frightening accident. It’s not that I have a foot fetish, it was just the only part of her people weren’t standing in front of.

Cedar Creek Road was blocked with first responders and debris from the accident which was scattered on both sides of the road.
Cedar Creek Road was blocked with first responders and debris from the accident which were scattered on both sides of the road.

When it comes to accidents it seems there are some basic types: rear-ender, t-bone, over, under, and the blender. It looked like she had the blender type accident. That’s where the vehicle goes around and around and everything inside flies everywhere inside and outside the car. “Hey, did you see my phone?”

Abrasions can be seen on the side of the Scion. A limp and spent airbag can be seen just hanging out on the wheel.
Abrasions can be seen on the side of the Scion. A limp and spent airbag can be seen just hanging out on the wheel after it punched the woman in the face.

It must have been like an earthquake and a tornado inside that Scion as she went off the road and appeared she even slid on the side of the car for a bit.

You know people say in a time of crisis it feels as if the world just slows way down. I wonder how many people think about if they make the last insurance payment at that time. Of course if it was me the only thing going through my head as the car rolled and gyrated would be “Oh F*&#k!!!!” But then again, I’m a simple man.

Luckily for this driver, a world of caring people descended on her. They included the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, EMS, and firefighters from Youngsville, and even a Wake Forest firefighter on his way home. Talk about taking your work home with you.

The Youngsville Fire Department and EMS work closely to provide the necessary "oh crap I landed in the ditch" aid.
The Youngsville Fire Department and EMS work closely to provide the necessary “oh crap I landed in the ditch” aid.

Youngsville residents should be damn proud of the care they have surrounding them from their first responders.

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