Car Tattles on Hit and Run Driver December 9, 2015Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Entertainment.
Reminds me of those things that
some fools people put in their cars to monitor their bad driving habits.
Here’s the hilarious video:
“There was no accident,” Cathy Bernstein stressed to the emergency response dispatcher who had called her.
Her car begged to differ.
“Attention!” the automated call from the black Ford Escort’s vehicle emergency system had said after detecting a crash and calling emergency number 911.
“A crash has occurred in a Ford vehicle. Press 1 at any time for location information or press 0 to speak with vehicle occupants.”
A recording of the call obtained by local station WPBF features Bernstein, a 57-year-old from Port Lucie, Florida, telling the dispatcher (repeatedly) that there hadn’t been any accident and that no, she hadn’t been drinking.
Nor had she hit a guardrail, she said; another car had pulled out in front of her, but she had no idea why her car would call in a nonexistent accident.
The dispatcher was a bit skeptical.
She was actually involved in two hit and run accidents.
Alcohol may have been involved.