Woman runs over husband twice because of a bowling ball
It's always sad to see a story about a car accident that leaves someone critically injured, but the circumstances here are especially strange. A woman in Kansas City, Missouri, accidentally ran over her husband - twice - while crawling under her car to remove a bowling ball.
According to reports from the Kansas City Star and other local outlets, the man and woman, both 25, were driving the woman at the wheel in central Kansas City on Saturday afternoon when they met a bowling ball rolling down the street. The ball got trapped under the car and the sidewalk. So the man got out and crawled under the car to free it.
At that moment, a suspect approached the car and reached inside for the handbag of the woman who was in the front seat next to her. She waged a tug of war with the attacker. And then her foot stepped on the accelerator.
And then she ran over her husband. When she heard him scream, she put it in reverse and rolled over him again.
The would-be wallet thief ran without the purse.
He was transported to a hospital in critical condition but was put in a stable. The police have not disclosed the couple's names.
Later that day, a man went to the nearest police station, where police admitted they rolled the bowling ball towards a moving car. The purse robber is missing. Reports do not answer the question of whether the bowler and purse robber's actions are in any way related, but since one has been reported it was probably all just a strange and tragic coincidence. And one prank went terribly wrong.
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