Oregon City student flips car at lunch

There was a chain reaction of breaks being slammed, and my friend payton hit the car in front of him and completely flipped his car. he was driving his friend sierra, both kids are okay, sierra has a cut up hand and payton might have a minor back injury due to the accident. Both lucky to be alive.

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wapato says ... on Sunday, Nov 29 at 7:49 AM

Bet his insurance company cancelled him, huh? That was a stupid car to give a spoiled brat teenager anyway. He should have had an old, slow clunker that he paid for himself.

Once a kid, now a mom says ... on Saturday, Nov 21 at 11:53 PM

I am glad they are both going to be okay.

you betcha says says ... on Thursday, Nov 19 at 9:26 PM

And grammer is spelled grammar. Get a dictionary Starshine. It will really help you.

you betcha says ... on Thursday, Nov 19 at 8:55 PM

the most important of this is they are alive to tell their story. Speaking of grammer, Starshine, artical is spelled article

Starshine says ... on Monday, Nov 16 at 2:50 PM

Oh yea, the Grammer is for sure the most important part of the artical. NOT!!!!!!!!

youngman says ... on Monday, Nov 16 at 9:26 AM

Kids, kids, kids! Who wrote the article. Terrible grammar.

Anonymous says ... on Friday, Nov 13 at 10:57 AM

Young and dumb. We were all there. Luckily he will get another chance.

chuckster says ... on Friday, Nov 13 at 8:11 AM

Payton should learn to not follow the car in front of him too closely.

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