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Woman pins herself with her own vehicle

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A driver was injured Remembrance Day when she somehow pinned herself with her own van in a McDonald’s drive-thru in Courtenay.......

“It was at this time that her foot appears to have released from the brake,” said Hall, “which then set her van in motion, pinning her between the wall and her van.

“The van also rear-ended another vehicle in the drive-thru.”

http://www.theprovince.com/news/Woman+pinned+McDonald+drive+thru+Courtenay/7542297/story.html#axzz2CE5DJZid

Poor woman! BUT, that is why you have a park setting on your van.

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LOL! I was actually in a store when an elderly fella thought he was stepping on the brakes, but hit the gas. It was pretty crazy. He didn't make it into the building but the damage was incredible.

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Another reason to not go to McDonald's

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When in a drive thru, I always put my car in neutral and have my left foot on the brake.

Takes only a second to shift and move forward when it's my turn.

If it's a long line I turn my engine off.

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She got hurt so It's not really funny but damn she is one stupid girl ..

After getting pinned to the wall she changed her order from a large big mac meal to a paramdeic with side order of a rescue crew .

I know my ^ bad :no:

TiP.

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Sometime when we are in a rush we forget to engage our brain. Sorry the lady was hurt badly.

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