By Anonymous - 29/09/2009 03:00 - United States
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unless it's just a hazardous intersection. OP never said both accidents were on the same day, just that she got hit twice at the same intersection. maybe the light sits just around a corner which makes it hard for people to see or something. though i am reminded of dane cook: "WHY DID YOU STOP AT A LEGAL RED LIGHT, AND LET ME HIT YOU DOING 80?!?!"
I agree with #11. It's like the quote "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me." Unless it's a freak coincidence (which it just might be), then likely, you're doing something to help facilitate these accidents, such as braking hard, changing speeds constantly, or not using your turn signals to switch lanes. Or maybe just blame the intersection.
it's the responsibility of the driver behind her to be in control of their vehicle and be aware of the light. even if she stopped fairly short, they should be leaving plenty of space between her car and theirs. she's just unlucky. also, this is more of just a minor inconvenience because the other diver's insurance should pay to have your bumper fixed. so there.
You're probably one of those drivers who brake at the last minute...
I said, what what, in the butt.