Driver a real lifesaver
I was on my way to the University of Manitoba. The traffic light was red when I reached the intersection of Pembina Highway and University Crescent. Two rows of cars were lined up waiting. Mine was first in line on the inside lane. When the light turned, I began to proceed into the intersection. All of a sudden, a car horn sounded to the right of me. Acting more on reflex than anything else, I put my foot on the brake to see what the commotion was about. As I did that, a silver car sped past directly in front of my car. The driver had run the red light. Had the woman in the grey car to the right of me not honked her horn when she saw the silver car coming, I would have been creamed. After pausing a moment to take in what had just happened, our cars continued on. While I don’t know who the woman in the grey car is, she might well be reading this. If she does, I want to tell her I am ever so grateful for her actions that morning. She saved me from what would have been a serious mishap.