As a result, the 10 year-old girl suffered a broken arm while her 40 year-old mother was treated for minor bumps and bruises. Police said the driver was not charged with a crime. Grand Avenue is known to be hazardous to westbound drivers during sunset hours due to the sunís glare. Warning signs are posted along the route to remind the drivers to drive carefully.
I do not think that the lady driverís argument holds water. One should be aware of the driving conditions and be extra careful when required. For instance, a driver should cater for longer braking distance during wet weather.
To end this blog, I would like to dedicate the song, 月亮惹的祸 (Moonís fault) by Phil Chang, to this lady driver.