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    hula_dancer73 posted:
    hi all,

    In dec of 02 I had a caaar accident and trashed the car. I was the only one it at that time.

    no one knows whether I had a sz and blacked outand lost control ofthe car crossing the lane for on coming fraffic jumped the curb and hit the tree head on.

    Or I just plain b;acked out.

    But then how do you explain the T/C 8 months later.

    THe night befoer graduation.

    We had a double room. jasyn and he kid in one and us in th other . we had noth my aunts who are RNs in the room with us.

    THey whittnessed the sz for a few econds then woke my mom up.

    was that caused by the car accident or was it my first sz?

    nancy
    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!
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