In Kosciusko County, Indiana a woman suddenly jumped from her moving vehicle all because she felt a spider on her shoulder, thus causing a car crash. Sadly the woman who caused the car crash, Angela Kipp also failed to remember her 9-year-old son was in the backseat of the vehicle as well. According to police, Kipp was in the process of backing out of her driveway when she noticed the spider crawling on her. Panicked, Kipp jumped out of the car while it was still moving.
Then, Kipp’s son bravely climbed into the driver’s seat in an attempt to stop the car. Unfortunately the young boy pressed the gas petal instead of the brake. As a result, the car then crashed into a school bus. Kipp’s son was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for minor head injuries. Luckily no children inside the school bus were injured. Thus far police have not stated whether or not Kipp will be charged in relation to the car crash.
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