An Arkansas woman is seriously injured after intentionally ramming her vehicle into another car, which reportedly belonged to her boyfriend, flipping over in the process.
On Feb. 14, police in Texarkana, Arkansas, were alerted to a car incident that allegedly resulted after a Valentine’s Day dispute. Witnesses told police that a woman, who has yet to be officially identified in the media, was screaming at a man outside an apartment complex while driving in her car. According to TXK Today, the man was reportedly the woman’s boyfriend.
According to police, she allegedly drove to the end of the road, turned around, and threw some Valentine’s Day flowers out of her window as she approached the man. She then crashed her car into a parked car, which presumably belonged to her boyfriend.
However, the impact of the crash caused her car to completely flip over and land on its roof, seriously injuring the woman in the process. The parked car was unoccupied at the time.
According to KSLA News, the crash is still under investigation. The woman was transported by LifeNet to a local hospital.
Several TXK Today readers are trying to figure out what exactly provoked the incident, among allegations of cheating on the man’s part and Valentine’s Day packages visible in the pictures of the wreckage.
"This was not a good decision no matter what he did," wrote Ron Fleming. "She's in the hospital, and he's presumably safe and probably out a $500-$1000 deductible (which his insurer may even look to recover from her on his behalf, and likely get it.) And that's before charges get filed. If you wanted to hurt him, this wasn't the way.
"None of us know what this lady has been putting up with or what the circumstances are for her," commented Robbin Stiner Dickson. "There is only so much a person can take. […] Everybody is saying she is stupid, etc for ramming his car, but I can tell you that when your heart is broken you aren't thinking clearly."
"Everyone has stepped out of character once in their life no one is perfect everyone has flaws just praying for her recovery," said Tanesha Antoinette Cooper.