Comments for: Officer: Teen driver lucky to have survived collision with logging truck in Fairfield

Posted Sept. 27, 2012, at 12:30 p.m.
Last modified Sept. 27, 2012, at 2:38 p.m.

FAIRFIELD | A Waterville teenager is lucky to be alive after the car she was driving collided with a logging truck Wednesday morning, according to police. Anna Clark, 18, was heading south on Route 201 in her Volkswagen Beetle when she drifted over the center line and struck the …

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  • Anonymous

    Thank goodness she was fahrvergnügen when this happened.
    Those VWs are some of the safest cars on the road.

    • Anonymous

       I’d forgotten fahrvergnuegen (no idea how to make the umlaut, sorry) – thanks for the reminder – those were good commercials.

  • Thank you for all but nixing the “cell phone theory” in the article.  Best wishes to her for a full and speedy recovery!

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t realize that angels were assigned to that section of roadway.  It’s never she was just “lucky”.  It’s always angels and god.  Geez.

    • Anonymous

       I am not a religious person, but if someone wants to believe that Angels kept them safe, who are you (or I) to tell them otherwise? Oh, and the headline itself says she was lucky. They all know she was lucky. They just choose to believe that Angels had a hand in that luck.

  • Anonymous

    No cell phone , perhaps makeup or radio or a mcmuffin !

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