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The Accident That Should Never Have Taken Place

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The Accident That Should Never Have Taken Place by D J Cotten
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The purpose of this book is to emphasize the senselessness of texting and driving at the same time and the dire consequences it had on several people. One man lost his entire family, leading him to try to commit suicide a week and half later, but he was saved by the hospital staff after he was taken the hospital. He very bitter over this, and he abused the second-shift LPN who tried to help him. Three days later, he managed to apologize for the abuse, but she took the abuse in stride and told the man she understood the severe depression he was experiencing. However the doctor she was in love at the time hatched a sinister plot after he found out the man had a great deal of wealth. He used the nurse to help him rob the man. It worked out extremely well. The nurse had the power of attorney over her patient, and she managed to embezzle his wealth and then turned it over to the doctor she was in love with, only to find out he was planning to marry another woman. Surprisingly, her patient forgave her and declined to prosecute. Thereafter, she decided to go back to work at the hospital since the man was no longer able to pay her out of pocket. She later married another doctor and eventually had three children with the man still living with them. Another dire consequence is the effect it had on a Hispanic TV anchor woman, since her five-year-old daughter was struck as well as a sixty-four-year-old Negro woman. The five-year-old lost consciousness, and the Negro woman wound up with a broken back. The frantic anchorwoman took out her rosary and started praying. The child regained consciousness three days later, and her mother was greatly relieved. Unfortunately, the Negro woman who shared an apartment with her son learned that she would walk again but would be in constant pain the rest of her life. She would have wound up in some nursing home, had it not been for neighbor who lived in the apartment across the hall. Before the accident, they became very close friends, and her son had fallen in love with her, although she was white. One night after work, the neighbor went to the Negro woman's apartment to announce her upcoming wedding. When her son got the news later when he came home from work, he was totally devastated and became extremely intoxicated as a result. The following night, he shot his mother at her behest and then killed himself.
Release date NZ
May 2nd, 2018
Author
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Page Publishing Inc
Pages
60
Dimensions
152x229x4
ISBN-13
9781642982336
Product ID
28053830

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