Climbing into the higher-numbered channels, I clicked through a rap video, slowed by a roundtable on the economy, and finally hit the brakes
at the so-called educational channel, where a rather fit, looking gentleman in his mid, to late sixties was being interviewed in a sparsely furnished white room.
Investigators found no skid marks on the roadway, which could mean Bessey never hit the brakes
as the car careened out of control, the sheriff's report said.
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When you brake it's all about feel through your boot, the reaction of the car when you hit the brakes
The Ross Brawn (below) designed car was slowing from 200mph when he hit the brakes
at 160mph and skidded for 70 metres across tarmac and sand and into the barriers still doing 35mph.
Hamilton revealed that his 5 million pound-worth racing car will have a fundamental re-design, after the Ross Brawn-designed car skidded for 70 metres across tarmac and sand into the barriers, when Hamilton hit the brakes
at 160 mph as the car was slowing from 200 mph.
next days be We've all shuddered on the occasion we've spotted a yellow box late and hit the brakes
or seen the flashbulb glare in the rearview mirror.
Sometimes there's no room to manoeuvre so there's nothing else to do but hit the brakes
and hope for the best.
The driver of the TGV spotted him and hit the brakes
but could not avoid hitting the man.
I hit the brakes
because the girls were screaming, the girls in my car.
I only found out he was there when I saw him right in front of my car and I hit the brakes
, but it was too late and I hit him.
The train's driver said later he hit the brakes
to avoid a collision after seeing the minivehicle cross the crossing.
The train driver said he saw a person curled up on the track and hit the brakes
but was unable to stop.
I have never had to hit the brakes
so hard and so fast in my life.
Ray Yousef hit the brakes
at the stop sign, apparently a little more quickly than the truck behind him preferred.