Boy Hurt in Crash When Indiana Mom Spots Spider

…And Jumps From Moving Car.

NBC Philadelphia- When a northern Indiana woman noticed a spider on her shoulder, she allegedly jumped out of the vehicle she was driving, leading to a crash that injured her 9-year-old son, police said.

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department said 35-year-old Angela K. Kipp, of Syracuse, was backing her vehicle from a driveway when she discovered a spider on her shoulder and jumped out.  more here

SNIP: Unless the spider was THIS BIG… There’s no excuse for doing what she did.

19 Comments on Boy Hurt in Crash When Indiana Mom Spots Spider

  1. Wow! Some people…
    Riding my motorcycle one day, a hornet flew up into my helmet. That sucker stung me seven times before I managed to pull off the road, reach inside my helmet and squeeze the life out of him with my bare fingers.
    Please spare me the excuses of psychological trauma that affects people who suffer from phobias. Deal with it, or be a slave to your fears for the rest of your life.

  2. One time while sitting on the commode, a spider startled me when it dropped on me from out of nowhere. I jumped up (mid stream) to shake it off me but unfortunately didn’t stop the rushing stream. I continued my little dance until I looked down and saw this hapless spider in a puddle on the tile floor. That little episode took at least 1/2 hour to clean up. I laugh about it every time I think about it. Since we live in the woods, I check the ceiling every time I walk into the bathroom.

    One of my neighbors drove right through the wall of her garage opposite the garage door because she was looking at the spider that dropped onto front of her windshield when she drove into the garage.

    BTW, the woman who jumped out of the car is a total loon.

  3. A similar thing happened to me. I ended up getting stung on my chin a few times by a wasp. I knew what was happening to me while I pulled over to stop. But I sure wasn’t gonna kill myself having a spaz over an impending sting.

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