By Casby Bias
Jun. 2, 2012
A college student grew more cautious Saturday after coming close to one of three serious car crashes.
Involvement in a car crash would've resulted in damage- including paralyzation or death- toward the college junior.
Casby Bias, journalism major at the Diederich College of Communication, said the earlier and last crash later in the day didn't affect her so much. But she saw the vehicles hit each other at the second crash by North Avenue.
"I heard a loud screech and crash, looked up, and saw a whole bunch of smoke," Bias said. "The white truck was pushing the little black car toward this one building that used to be a library and with paintings on the side."
Citizens then came running over for the passenger in the black car because no one got out. The white truck tried driving away, but a flood of people screamed at the driver to stop. Bias witnessed all of this: only a block away.
"If I left from this one meeting that I attended any earlier, it would've been sad," she said.