The SUV clung to the concrete divider with one rear wheel while the other hung in mid-air. Front tires deflated, doors cut away, glass shattered, airbags spent and shifting ghostly in the icy wind.
Her car-seat laid on the frosted pavement of the shoulder. The straps cut and the headrest stained.
She never even saw it coming as she sang along to a KidzBop song and her tiny fingers twisted the little ribbon which tied her mittens to her coat.
It was such a happy song.
I guess death doesn’t listen to the radio.