Friday, October 17, 2014

Car Accident in George C Wallace Tunnel

Last Monday, we went to Orlando Florida to check our condo. We need to meet our new renter who works at Universal Studio. We always love to drive and just take our time. We were not in a hurry anyway. We figured 12 hours to drive including many stops on the rest areas and a fine dining for lunch as well.We started at 4 AM and it was a beautiful day. When we arrived at the George C Wallace Tunnel in Alabama, we bumped into a traffic. The lines were long and we were at the location where we can turn to the left and detour to Downtown Mobile.

We were thinking to detour but noticed that only few took the other route. We waited probably 25 minutes. It's only the route to Pensacola that was closed since the flow of traffic from the other side was normal. Everyone was patient. We can't do nothing about it.

Finally, there was a movement and the flow was slow and steady which was good. There were police cars and traffic enforcers. They open only one lane. After waiting for almost 30 minutes, the movement was truly a relief.

Then we saw this white SUV and the drivers side was bad. Broken glass was all over the road. The accident must have been ahead of us for few minutes. We thank God that we were safe and we also pray that whoever is driving on that car is okay.

When you are driving your car, always take a few solemn time to pray to God for safety. It doesn't take a minute even. Before you turn on that key, Pray to God!

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