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As you may know, Sandra Bullock is in town filming The Proposal (here). She and her husband were involved in a head on collision Friday night - but rest easy - everyone is ok.

No one was injured, but police said both cars were towed and a Gloucester woman was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and failure to stay in marked lanes.

"She said, 'My first drunk driving incident and I hit Sandra Bullock,'

The Globe reported that Ms. Bullock was really nice about the whole situation and was consoling the drunk driver after the incident - which I find to be great. She always plays a nice person in movies, it's good to know that she's the same way in real life.

The strangest thing about the article, was the built in advertisement for some restaurant in the area. Check out this excerpt and let me know if it's just me or if this writer was just writing words cause he had a quota to fill.

Bullock's car was going about 15 to 20 miles per hour and tried to move out of the way, but the Subaru crashed into them, startling patrons dining nearby at Duckworth's Bistrot, which serves raw oysters, New York strip steaks, and $80 bottles of wine.

Did I really need to know what they serve at the restaurant? How is that salient to the story at hand?

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1 Response to "Sandra Bullock In Car Accident In Gloucester"

  1. =amante Said,

    The ad is pretty funny, if not filling the quota -- maybe just to give the impression of the fine dining going on right next to the incident. That area of roads (think narrow, winding, old carriage roads) in Gloucester is challenging for any sober driver not familiar with the area.

    Posted on 5/8/08, 11:33 AM

     
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