Taking the curve too fast, India veered into the oncoming Camaro’s high beams. The Camaro lurched into the mountain slope; India launched her Cherokee through the guardrail and off the cliff edge. The cab filled with screams as sagebrush and boulders loomed through the windshield. Three passengers had buckled, but two hadn’t, including the driver. The front end squashed like an accordion. The driver’s side door burst open, launching India. She hit gravel. The Jeep rolled down 200 yards, the unbuckled passenger bouncing around the vehicle like a pinball and breaking everyone’s neck. India rode a stretcher up the mountainside.
True Story by The DespotPosted: December 8, 2015 by Shade's Progress in Death Race, The Despot, Vincent Crampton
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