'Apparently' there was a passenger in the taxi that caused the recent car crash I was involved in. I am not entirely sure that this true, as I don’t remember seeing anyone else in the car but I can’t be 100% sure. Maybe my witness will be able to shed some light on it. Anyway this passenger is claiming injury and is holding me responsible for the crash! He says the taxi was waiting to turning right and I ran into the rear of the taxi. Of course the damage to both cars is not consistent with this ‘story’. The ‘road’ he says the taxi was turning into is further on than where the accident happened, so if what he said was true the accident would have happened in a completely different place.
Both the taxi driver and I have the same insurance company – one would think in this case the insurance company would just make a decision on who they deem to be at fault and get on with, as they are going to have to pay out anyway. They are now appointing an accident investigator to take statements from all concerned which suggests to me that they don’t believe either him or me. That’s fine with me, I know what happened and I’ve told the truth. Also my ‘independent’ witnesses will verify what I’ve said is true. I don’t know what will happen if they find that the taxi driver and his ‘passenger’ are making a false claim – hopefully something serious!
Quiz and Competition
I have had a few entries for the Nursery Rhyme Quiz already but if you still want to enter you can. Just email me your answers before next Monday and you could win this badge to display on your blog.
You only have to get one right to claim it!
Also, I have had quite a few entries for The Great Imagination Award.
You just have to comment on my Wordzzle post saying what you think it is that Arthur doesn't know about Fluffy Bunny. I will post all the entries and ask people to vote for which one they consider the most imaginative. This award is unique and can't be passed on.
So, if you haven't already, get your entries in.