Wed, 1/29 @ 12:16PM – flipped suv » Wed, 1/29 @ 12:16PM – flipped suv

Wed, 1/29 @ 12:16PM - flipped suv. We haven't even gone 100 meters before encountering this SUV flipped off the side of the interstate. We know that surely there is nobody still in there, but check just to be sure. The windows are tinted very dark, but inside the car we can see what looks like a child carseat and some toys. This must have been terrifying for the family.

Wed, 1/29 @ 12:16PM – flipped suv. We haven’t even gone 100 meters before encountering this SUV flipped off the side of the interstate. We know that surely there is nobody still in there, but check just to be sure. The windows are tinted very dark, but inside the car we can see what looks like a child carseat and some toys. This must have been terrifying for the family.

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