All Level Friday PM Drive on Friday the 13th of April '2018

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Re: All Level Friday PM Drive on Friday the 13th of April '2018

Post by Huskiedog » Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:49 pm

Good Afternoon All,

I just wanted to say a big thanks to Bernado, Alex, John, Saif and all that helped with the comforting of my family and the jeep recovery following our accident yesterday afternoon. It was a scary thing to happen, but thankfully the only thing broken is the car and my pride and not my family apart from a few small cuts and bruises.

We ALL had seatbelts on, this is always a MUST for me when driving and I cannot emphasise enough to everyone how important it is, it really did prevent far worse from happening. Please please please make sure you ALL do the same...it really does save you from serious injury or worse.

Thanks again to the DO family and I hope to see you back in the sand soon.... :x :thanks: :ymhug:

Kind Regards

Glenn
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Re: All Level Friday PM Drive on Friday the 13th of April '2018

Post by SamA » Sat Apr 14, 2018 10:10 pm

Huskiedog wrote:
Sat Apr 14, 2018 4:49 pm
Good Afternoon All,

I just wanted to say a big thanks to Bernado, Alex, John, Saif and all that helped with the comforting of my family and the jeep recovery following our accident yesterday afternoon. It was a scary thing to happen, but thankfully the only thing broken is the car and my pride and not my family apart from a few small cuts and bruises.

We ALL had seatbelts on, this is always a MUST for me when driving and I cannot emphasise enough to everyone how important it is, it really did prevent far worse from happening. Please please please make sure you ALL do the same...it really does save you from serious injury or worse.

Thanks again to the DO family and I hope to see you back in the sand soon.... :x :thanks: :ymhug:

Kind Regards

Glenn
We’re all glad you and the family are safe Glenn, and so sorry to hear about what happened. Glad you all had your seatbelts on, and like you said, it does save lives....
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