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Posted: 28-Jul-2004, 05:28 PM
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Several years ago while driving on a two lane road in Georgia, I topped a little hill in a residential area that had a speed limit of 45 mph. I always thought this was a bit fast for this area as there were many children that lived and played near this road. On this particular evening, as I topped the little hill, I was so glad to be doing my usual 35 mph, for just over the hill, in the road, was a small boy about age 5, kneeling down over a dog that had just been hit and killed. This innocent little lad was shaking the dog, apparently trying to wake it up. With just a moderate application of the brakes I was able to stop short, where I parked my car and with hazard lights on, removed both youngster and dog. This was the most gut wrenching thing, realizing that had I not stopped, there would have most likely been two deaths on this same spot. But the hard part was explaining to the little fellow that the dog he loved so dearly was taking a nap he would never awaken from.
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Posted: 28-Jul-2004, 11:58 PM
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Posted: 29-Jul-2004, 12:10 PM
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That's so sad...
The boy has a very good guardian angel though!


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