Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – Not Meant To Be

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I was annoyed that the snow prevented me from getting in the car to drive Alex to his dad’s near Ottawa yesterday – I’d have been right in the spot, right about the same time a 30 vehicle accident, complete with a 10,000 litre hydrofloric acid spill, happened. No deaths reported as I write this.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/highway-401-collision-1.4024721

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55 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Not Meant To Be

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    Accidents like the one you’re describing happen occasionally here, and when they do, it’s always during bad weather and they always take several days to clean up. My prayers for the people involved.

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  8. God is watching you☺

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  11. I’m glad you’re okay, Linda. It’s terrible what happened to the driver. I hope everyone else involved in the crash is doing okay.

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  12. Makes you pause for a minute and think the angels are looking out for you. 🙂

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  14. So glad you are safe. Sending thoughts and prayers for all those affected by the storm.

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  15. Terrible. So glad you weren’t involved.

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  17. I’m so thankful you didn’t go. Sometimes those annoyances are good.

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  19. WOW. Glad for this outcome. My hubby was telling me about the spill – apparently the acid is one of the deadliest if heated!

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  21. I’m glad the snow intervened on your behalf, Linda, but also glad that no fatalities resulted from the accident. I hope everyone involved made it home safely without major injury or frostbite.

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  24. Fate steps in. It’s a very good thing. Even if you weren’t in the accident, you would have been stuck in the cold for a very long time.

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  25. Just stay safe! Good thing you were not out there…

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  26. most things in life happen for a reason!

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  27. Some things happen for a reason. I’m glad you were not there 🙂

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  29. Sounds like that storm was a blessing for you, yet a curse for those involved. Glad you’re safe and warm.

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  31. Phew, lucky escape, I’m glad you missed it.

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  32. Glad you didn’t get to go and remained safe.

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  34. Fate has a strange way of doing things Linda… You don’t wanna be in any accidents… remember I’m only just starting to recover from mine!

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