Words matter. These are the best Car Accident Quotes from famous people such as Olivier Martinez, Ashton Shepherd, Madison Cawthorn, Alan King, Eric Roberts, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I quit after a bad car accident. The thing about boxing is that you can be a star for five or six years, but when you go back to the old life, it’s tough.
One of my favorites is one called ‘Rory’s Radio’ that I wrote about my brother Jeff’s best friend growing up – his name was Rory Dunigan. I dedicated my first record to my brother, who got killed in a car accident in 1999, and I really didn’t have any songs on the first album about him, nothing on a personal note.
A tragic car accident put me in a wheelchair and dashed my hopes and dreams for the future.
My mother’s sister was killed in a trolley car accident, so I was raised as one of eight with my sister and six male cousins.
Sometimes movie-making happens like clockwork; other times, like a car accident.
I was very down as a teenager, very upset because I had gotten hurt in a car accident. But my dad was a source of strength. He used to say, ‘It’s the character with strength that God gives the most challenges to.’ I’ve thought about that so many times in my life when things didn’t go right.
My closet CD that I don’t admit that I really listen to is Celine Dion. My husband’s sister passed away in a car accident, and she was a huge Celine Dion fan. ‘It’s All Coming Back to Me Now’ was her favorite song, so that’s kind of my guilty pleasure.
If a neighbor is killed in a car accident, do you sell your car and stop driving?
I wanted to race cars. I didn’t like school, and all I wanted to do was work on cars. But right before I graduated, I got into a really bad car accident, and I spent that summer in the hospital thinking about where I was heading. I decided to take education more seriously and go to a community college.
ER was one of my favourites. I played a car accident victim who has leukemia. I got to wear a neck brace and nose tubes for the two days I worked.
There are many role models I’ve been around, and kind of the biggest one – there’s a show called ‘Push Girls,’ with all women in wheelchairs, and they’re all really good friends of mine. And one, Angela Rockwood, is still modeling, in a wheelchair. After a car accident.
My first broadcast partner provided color commentary even though he was totally blind. Leroy McGuirk was a former NCAA Wrestling Champion at Oklahoma State University and long time kingpin of the NWA Junior Heavyweight Division before losing his sight in a car accident in Little Rock in the early 1950s.
I was kidnapped by Sunni insurgents near Fallujah, in Iraq, ambushed by the Taliban in the Korengal Valley in Afghanistan, and injured in a car accident that killed my driver while covering the Taliban occupation of the Swat Valley in Pakistan.
In August of 2002, I survived a car accident. Although I can still see the van speeding toward us, I cannot bring to mind the crash itself – only its aftermath.
It’s like watching a car accident, that reality TV.
In 1978, I had a near-fatal car accident in the Bahamas. There was a point when I could have lost my right arm – but it was good because it forced me to slow down and take a break.
I had a sister who died many years ago, and I believe that she protects me from the sky. She was eight years old. It was a car accident in Argentina. I was five or six, so it was much worse for my parents.
If you’re one car accident away from poverty, you’re on a high wire without a safety net. And that’s a challenging proposition.
I don’t want to die in a car accident. When I die it’ll be a glorious day. It’ll probably be a waterfall.
‘Yogi Bear’ changed my life in ways that I can’t explain because it’s not a full feature on me. ‘Yogi Bear’ – there’s everything before ‘Yogi Bear,’ and there’s everything after ‘Yogi Bear.’ Like a major car accident, or the birth of Christ.
My husband and I had recently been in a car accident, and I came out of that experience with more clarity about my career and the energy to continue to pursue it hard, no matter what the challenges.
When I turned 18, I lost my best friend to a car accident.
In 1990 I had a nasty car accident and in 1994 my husband Ron Edgeworth died of motor neurone disease.
The probability that we will get into a car accident is a million times higher than the probability we will suffer as a result of terrorist act.
That was my pride and joy – that I made it through all those years of minor hockey without losing any of my teeth; then, I ended up losing them in a car accident in New York when I was riding in a taxi. So, I end up losing my teeth, but not in the glamorous fashion I envisioned.
My very best friend died in a car accident when I was 16 years old. That was the hardest blow emotionally that I have ever had to endure. Suddenly, you realize tomorrow might not come. Now I live by the motto, ‘Today is what I have.’
Basketball is not like football: It’s not a car accident happening every play. Over the nine months, you can rest in practice and take off some minutes in games.
In my case, I played sports my whole life. I got out of college, and I didn’t bother to get health care coverage because I just figured I didn’t need it. But you know that if you blow out your knee on a basketball court or you get in a car accident, and you’re uninsured, it can bankrupt you.
I only know it takes weeks to recover, as if one had been in a car accident.
In real life, one of my friends was killed in a car accident during our sophomore year.