I was in the driveway when I heard the doorbell ring.
I thought it was a burglar.
I opened the door and saw the man inside.
He told me that he was coming for me and his wife, but I could tell he was a little nervous.
The doorbell had a call on it.
I was supposed to be the new driver for a truck company and I was not going to let him walk into the house without me.
I started to leave, but then the man grabbed me and pulled me back inside.
I saw the door open and then the door slam shut behind him.
The next thing I knew, I was on my knees in front of the house, the truck driver was on top of me, he was screaming, “Get on the ground!”
I thought he was going to hit me with the truck, but he let go of me.
The door was slammed in.
My heart was racing, I just couldn’t believe that was happening.
I looked around, I had my arms wrapped around my chest and I said, “I’m going to die, I’m going die.”
I was crying hysterically, I thought I had lost my life.
I was in a car with the driver and wife.
He was screaming and telling me to get on the floor.
I just didn’t hear anything, I didn’t even see him.
I felt so helpless, I couldn’t breathe.
I told him I was going for him.
He started to punch me in the face and he told me, “Stop.
You’re not doing anything wrong.”
I tried to scream, “Help me!
I was scared and I thought, “What if I lose my life?”
I told them what happened to me, and they started laughing.
He said, [I] was not doing nothing wrong.
I didn’t say anything.
I could hear him laughing.
I think I’m one of those people who just goes, “You’re not going anywhere.
I’m not going.
I don’t care if I die.
I am not going.”
I think he thought I was just a little crazy.
He told me he could tell I was a drug addict and that I had been in rehab before, so he didn’t want me in his truck.
I tried calling 911 but they didn’t pick up the phone.
I tried to call the police but I couldn`t.
It was like a blank.
I kept thinking, What am I going to do?
It wasn`t happening.
I wasn`s like, What do I do?
I just tried to get away from the situation.
After the crash, I contacted the police, and I started calling them.
I said I was sorry I hit him.
They said, You can call us, but we don`t want to hear from you.
I started getting a lot of calls from the police department, and the first one that came to my phone was a female officer.
She called and said, I think this happened to you, and that you were hit with a ticket.
She asked me to go over to your house and she would give you a $500 fine and you would get a full suspension.
She said, this is our call.
I didn`t know what to say.
She was so friendly and she didn`s so nice.
She was just like, Hey, what happened?
I was like, “No, I`m sorry, this happened.
I`ve got to get this done.”
I was told that I would be issued a summons, which would put me in jail for 30 days.
The ticket was for speeding, and because of the time I spent on the phone with her, I said it wasn`T going to happen.
I called the police again the next day, and it was the same story.
She came to the house and asked me why I hit the guy, and my answer was I was drunk.
She wanted to see my insurance because it would be $400 more, and she had a different explanation.
She said I didn´t know that the ticket was based on the speed of the truck.
She told me the police didn`T have a police scanner and she just said I couldn´t be arrested for this.
I went to the next meeting, which was for me to be issued an ticket.
It turned out the police could not tell me why the ticket would be a ticket, but it was for a speeding ticket.
I still got a $250 fine.
The following day, I got another ticket, for the same thing.
I called the cops again and they told me it was because I had broken a law.
I explained what happened, but they told it was too late to get my insurance.
I told them I had the best insurance policy.
I got an insurance company to review my record and I went home and did some paperwork.
I went to court the next week, and after the hearing, the judge