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Friday, 16 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 19, 2019

    Runaway Truck on Kingston Ave

    Drivers and pedestrians were horrified to see a truck barrel towards oncoming traffic on Kingston Avenue on Friday morning. Full Story

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    Totally irresponsible
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    Totally irresponsible

    Ironic that the truck has a picture of a hammer. no mention if the driver was a fellow yid. If so time to sit him down and go over Hilchos nezikin.

    all saved bc of the Chai Elul sig in the pic
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    all saved bc of the Chai Elul sig in the pic

    Mazik birshus harabim….

    anynomous
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    anynomous

    to nu. one. its elul look for zchusim.unless you know the situation personally think of it as a human error which we are all capable of and thank hashem for a miraculous end.kvt to all

    To # 1
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    To # 1

    1st of all try to think how many times you were mazik someone’s property.
    2nd of all why does it matter if he’s a yid or not.
    And finally why are you assuming a police report wasn’t filed as is done at every accident (unless you were there and witnessed it, which I don’t think so based on your clueless comment)

    nissei nissim
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    nissei nissim

    thank you Hashem

    Barrelling?
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    Barrelling?

    Not quit. Must have been going pretty slowly. Please be careful- wheels should be turned so vehicle rolls to curb, not into traffic or down a hill. And engage the parking brake, even for just a minute. A pedestrian could have been seriously hurt.

    To #4
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    To #4

    I am of a personal belief that there are no accidents, just reckless drivers. Of course that excludes someone getting hit by a drunk or stupid driver but we are all responsible for what we do. In todays day and age we tend to excuse the inexcusable, and my point is to try to make people aware that we have a big responsibility behind a wheel. I agree with #6 that when parking on a hil there are rules such as turning your wheels so that if the brakes fail the car rolls into the curb and stops. Too many… Read more »

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