One can only assume that the driver was impaired and that's why they fled the scene after hitting a gas pump at the Chevron station on Bombing Range. I mean hey, everybody has an "oops" once in a while, but if you're not afraid of getting arrested, then you get out of your car and notify the convenience store clerk and call the police so you can have a report to turn into insurance, right? Right.

The comments on the post below are quite entertaining, though.

**He just needed time to run home and report the car stolen

**Guess who's car will be in the garage for while!

**His dad gonna be pissed!

 

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