MAKE IT VIRAL:
a story by Charredtorso
(Requested by Necron)
Working for the L.A. Coroner's Office was an adventure. You could be in Belair one hour and in some wretched slum an hour later, pulling a decomposed transient out of a refrigerator box.
One night I responded to the Pacific Coast Highway (US 1) where it runs through Malibu, California. There was a massive grid lock caused by a traffic collision and every rich person in Malibu was pissed because THEY couldn't go where they wanted to in a super hurry.
The source of their anguish was a convertible sports car that had zoomed up to a traffic light and gone up under a large sewer pipe transport truck stopped at the light. Often, the cops and fire department had the bodies removed by the time the coroner arrived. This time they were all standing around waiting for me to get there first. The only thing visible of the sports car were the tail lights, about 8 feet under the truck. About the time I got there a massive heavy duty tow truck arrived. The cab was separated from the pipe bed on the truck and the rear end was lifted to remove the sports car and bodies inside. The vehicle was crushed and the bodies in the 2 seater sports car were shredded
and mashed into the car and the underside of the truck bed.
The firemen started using the jaws of life to extricate what was left. I was standing back, talking to the Highway Patrol, when a fireman walked up. "We can't find their heads....." A quick check by yours truly revealed their heads were gone. One thing led to another, we figured out that both heads were up in one or more of the massive sewer pipes on the truck. We waited almost an hour for a fork lift and another flat bed and began unloading 12 foot long sections of pipe. THEN, we had to look through the pipe for any bits and chunks.
Finally, after nearly four hours on the scene, we found two pipes that were blocked. We unloaded the pipes and carefully tip them and "blump blump blump...." Out rolled a mangled head from both pipes.
As I rolled away from the intersection in my marked Coroner's Vehicle. People waved at me with one finger or offered me some " DUCK STEW" or something like that.... Just another day with the Malibu Rich and Famous.
Loving these yarns Charred.
They say a picture tells a thousands words, but your words paint a better picture of things.
Great story Charred, Thank you.
PAINAL of the year? DAMN!
NEVER IN AMERICA
I DO NOT CONSENT
ONE VACATION IS ALL IT TOOK
SHE HAS NO IDEA WHAT SHE'S IN FOR
TOO FAR THIS TIME GUYS
THEY FILMED THE THIS?
AMAZING LUNG CAPACITY
IT WON'T FIT