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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 9 October 2008 (Day View) – The Forensic Crash Unit interview me.
09.10.2008 – Thursday 9 October – Forensic Crash Unit
- • I managed to arrive at work on time for a change, and had a busy, challenging, day.
- • The police from the forensic crash unit turned up to record my statement regarding my recent car accident, which was fairly short due to me not actually remembering anything. They were good about it, and explained what they’d found and why they’d come to the conclusions they have—that I ran a red light, and that they’ll recommend it be treated as a traffic offence, rather than a more serious criminal one.
- • Grace, Jamie, Stella and I walked to Halim’s, where I bought a very large vegetable biryani.
- Later Night
- • Bronwen turned up on her way back from some technical meeting, and it began to rain a little, fortunately easing off enough that I could walk up to her parent’s place with her.