Saturday, February 21, 2015

SUV slams into Wendy's


As a consumer, YOU don't! 

Is this one of the vehicles? Are we all at risk because of SECRECY?


12-year-old boy suffered minor abrasions after car slammed into Wendy's in Bayonne


By Jonathan Lin | The Jersey Journal 
on February 20, 2015

BAYONNE -- A 12-year-old boy who was taken to the hospital after a car slammed through the front door of a Wendy's yesterday has been released after being treated for minor abrasions, according to a hospital spokesman.
The boy, who police said complained of pain to his leg after a BMW sports utility vehicle crashed into the Wendy's on Lefante Way, was treated at Bayonne Medical Center and released within two hours, the spokesman said. 

Another person struck by the BMW, an 89-year-old Bayonne man, is in critical condition at Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health after undergoing surgery last night, The Jersey Journal reported earlier.
At 3:12 p.m. yesterday, police were notified that a car crashed through the front door of the Wendy's, according to police. Shortly afterward, a fleet of police cars, fire trucks and ambulances rushed to the scene.
The driver of the car, a 77-year-old Bayonne woman, didn't suffer any injuries, Bayonne Police Capt. Robert Geisler said today. She wasn't under the influence of any drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident, police said earlier.
The woman didn't drive into the Wendy's with the intent to harm anyone, police said. As of this afternoon, the woman has not been issued any summonses or charged with any crime, Geisler said.
"It appears she was attempting to park head on into one of the parking spots adjacent to the north side of the restaurant," he said, adding that it's not clear at this point why the car then accelerated into the building.
The vehicle made it 10 feet into the building, but appeared to have stopped short of hitting the wall on the other side. The entrance to the building was littered with broken glass and twisted metal shortly after the accident.
Geisler said seven Wendy's employees and four patrons were in the building at the time. The patrons consisted of the 12-year-old boy and his mother, the 89-year-old man and another patron.
Shortly after the collision, officers cordoned off the parking lot and entrance to the Wendy's. They cleared the scene by 6:15 p.m. after examining the site of the crash for several hours. The car was then towed away. 
Car towed after slamming into Wendy's in Bayonne, Feb. 19, 2015A car was towed away after slamming through the front door of a Wendy's in Bayonne on Feb. 19, 2015. Jonathan Lin | The Jersey Journal.
The Wendy's building remains structurally sound. The entrance was boarded up this morning, with a sign reading, "Sorry. We are closed!!," but the restaurant opened for business later in the day.

Witness to car crash at Bayonne Wendy's: 'There was blood all over the wall'

What was the model and model year of this BMW?

Most Toyota SUA victims use the word "terrifying" in their description of the crashes or even in the event without a crash, IF they are lucky enough to stop the vehicle before it crashes! The witness said "horrific" and that word is also used a lot to describe these frightening events of unintended ELECTRONIC acceleration.
These accidents are described as a "freak" or "bizarre" because of the erratic behavior of the vehicles at the time of the incidents. Drivers are "shocked" or "dazed" or "confused" afterwards as you can imagine ANYONE would be!

This isn't about age, medical condition, or any other cause superficial to the ACTUAL no-speed or low-speed to AIRBORNE speed in seconds electronic cause of such accidents.

Make no mistake about it...there is a Big PR push to make sure the driver is found to be at fault...even if it means conjuring up the most "handy" excuse possible. A real Toyota Corolla victim tells all about Toyota's coercion (a.k.a. BULLY) techniques on Twitter. It is NOT funny what the automaker is doing to their own customers when the customers come to them to report this serious safety issue happening in their vehicles!

If you read comment sections on these articles, you see a lot of inappropriate joking going on at the car crash victim's expense. It happens time and time again if you take the time to track the articles about these horrific crashes. Think that's innocent? Think again.

Charlene Blake
There is a BIG hidden secret in the auto's called ELECTRONIC sudden unintended acceleration! I thought that was just about FLOOR MATS and sticky pedals, or "driver error," right? That's certainly what TOYOTA would like you to continue to believe, BUT DON'T!

These ultra-complex new engines are completely computer driven. Software is needed to control the throttle system. You THINK you are giving gas when you press the accelerator, but you are only SUGGESTING this to the computer. In electronic SUA cases, the throttle software may be glitch-prone and NOT do as you wish.

What happens then? Well, the glitch may (and has for countless SUA victims) result in an OPEN THROTTLE situation. The brakes become INEFFECTIVE in these situations and crashes into storefronts, buildings, and homes have resulted.

What does the automaker say? They hook the vehicles up to the computer and declare NOTHING WRONG! They cite the EDR which has erroneous data and say YOU were NOT braking. They point the finger at you based on AGE, GENDER, MEDICAL history, prescription meds, etc. YOU name it, they've TRIED it!

Get the picture? And you THOUGHT the GM issue was big? Think again! This cover-up of ELECTRONIC SUA is scandalous and very well-orchestrated.

Why even a WHISTLEBLOWER has been legally harassed by Toyota as it does NOT want her Toyota internal docs posted online anymore. The automaker wants to intimidate and SILENCE her. It doesn't

What a load of propaganda to support NHTSA's 26 year old...ANCIENT..."study" to blame the drivers! STOP the age-profiling! NHTSA is distracting the public away from the DEFECTIVE vehicles! Time to focus on the ALL ELECTRONIC throttle control system GLITCHES that are deadly and destructive!