by Brent Whiting - Jul. 4, 2008 03:36 PM
The Arizona Republic
At least five people were injured Friday afternoon during a three-car collision in Chandler that scattered cupcakes over a busy roadway, police said.
None of the victims suffered injuries that were considered life-threatening, said Detective Dave Ramer, a Chandler Police Department spokesman.
The Independence Day collision occurred about 1:45 p.m. at Alma School Road and Willis Road, just south of Loop 202.
Investigators believe that the driver of a BMW that was heading south on Alma School failed to stop for a red light and collided with two other vehicles, a Lexus with six people aboard and a Pontiac with two occupants, spreading cupcakes over the roadway, Ramer said.
The occupants of one of the vehicles apparently were on their way to a party, thus accounting for the presence of the bakery items, Ramer said.
the last line got me lol!!
well that's nice that no one died but...
ARE THE CUPCAKES OK?!
i got nothing to do. my 'family' left me alllllllllllll alone. :( and my friends are busy. soooooooo either i stay here and be alone, or i go to some event downtown and be alone as well. hmmmmmmm. what to do what to do.