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    Default Cadillac Owner Parks His CTS On Neighbor’s Roof

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    The video stated the driver says it was brake failure.......my guess is driver error!!






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    Driver error for sure. "Hey honey, watch me jump over this house!" Did you see the angle of the roof, though? Surely a boot-full and he could have driven off! ;-)

    Also, "sounded like an earthquake". Tee hee. Driver must have left the engine running.

    Classic accident!

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    Hey I know that reporter

    The one reporting from the scene, Sara Welch

    She used to be one of the local reporters here in Connecticut, guess she has moved on to greener pastures in California.

    Maybe she can get me a job there too.

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    Oh ya and it was totally the old mans fault not the brakes.

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