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Hilarious Voicemail from Witness of Traffic Accident Will Crack You Up

I dare you not to laugh when you hear this – even if you’ve heard it before!

The story goes that a guy was leaving a voicemail when he witnessed a car crash and then narrated the mayhem afterward between the “four old ladies in an Impala” and the driver of the car that hit them.

Snopes.com says the incident allegedly happened in Athens, Texas, in 2005. A man named Michael Childs has been interviewed several times, claiming to be the guy who left the hilarious voicemail, but some are still skeptical, believing the whole thing was a prank. He’s been reported as a manager for McDonald’s, Burger King and for Jack in the Box, so… who knows. Either way, it is FUNNY!

 

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