In our continuing coverage of things that happen directly outside our headquarters at 969 Broadway, Westword has obtained exclusive photos of a car crash that captivated passing motorists for as long as ten seconds but otherwise has no relevance to your life.
When a Westword reporter first noticed a tow truck pulling a small SUV out of a dirt construction lot across the street at approximately 1:30 p.m., he proceeded inside to alert his colleagues who expressed vague interest by peeking through the blinds and making sarcastic comments about what they perceived as the driver’s low intelligence.
The Westword reporter then took a photo, but failed to do any additional reporting on the cause of the crash or the parties involved. – Jared Jacang Maher
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