“After We Collided” is a gripping psychological thriller that delves into the abyss of paranoia and anxiety. The story follows a young woman who lives in a small, quiet home. She is an attractive, intelligent woman working hard to raise her son while balancing her career and family life.
One night she walks into town late, bags her groceries and heads straight for her car. As she gets out of her car she notices a man in a suit standing on the street. He motions toward a damaged car and points to it. The woman thinks he is referring to the car her son crashed earlier in town. The man then walks away as the woman starts to worry about her son.
A few days later the woman’s son returns home after a night out with his friends. Inside their home they find a note on the dining room table which identifies the driver of the vehicle as the man she had noticed earlier. She dials 911 but is told by the dispatchers that they will need to see the fire hydrant first. Concerned, she drives her son home and tells him there was an accident involving an automobile and a truck.
Several minutes later the emergency crews arrive and find that both vehicles had crashed into each other. Emergency personnel remove the woman’s son from the vehicle and rush him to the hospital. When the EMTs begin to treat his wounds, they find that he has a puncture mark in his ear and a fracture of his jaw bone. He remains in the hospital for several days before being released.
After We collided, the insurance adjuster from our collision company comes to pick me up. During our conversation, I asked him if he ever had any experience dealing with what happened to my son. His response: “I have been doing this business about five years and rarely have anything good happen to me.” He goes on to tell me that because the other driver was driving recklessly, he should have been paying more attention to the road and not focused on the woman in front of him which caused the collision.
After hearing this, my mind starts to go back to the events of the day. Thinking back, it appears that my son may have been focused on the woman in front of him, rather than paying attention to the road. This could have easily resulted in a car accident that could have been much worse. It is at this point that I begin to question why my insurance agent did not tell me that there are full movie free online drivers guide websites. Why didn’t he recommend that I look into it?
The next day, my son and I are walking to our house after picking up some groceries. I ask him what happened to the car in front of him and he tells me that he saw a tractor trailer hit a curb after colliding with another vehicle. I ask him if he saw any damage to the trailer. He shakes his head and tells me no.
I then slowly turn around and log onto the Internet. After reading several articles related to this collision, I then begin to feel a little bit of relief. It seems that there is hope that there are free movie free online drivers guides available to help others avoid unfortunate incidents like this one. The next day, the same thing happened when I was on my way to use the restroom. Once again, I turned on the computer and logged into the Internet.