As strange as I realize this might sound, an Arizona car crash victim has just totally made my Friday. George Lindell was driving to the supermarket when he lost control of his SUV, causing it to roll over and eventually crash into a utility pole. The force of the crash caused power lines to fall onto the SUV, trapping Lindell inside.
He was eventually freed by firefighters and, trooper that he is, was soon able to share his story with local reporters. In vivid details. With a few enthusiastic grunts and dance moves thrown in for good measure:
Well, I was driving down Northern Avenue, getting ready to pull into Albertson’s, and all of a sudden I was just minding my own business – BAM! Hit me hard, right from the back! I was glued to the seat and I was like “Wuuughghghghgh!”
I, too, was like “Wuuuughghghghghgh!” while watching this very report.
Take a look at Lindell’s extraordinary storytelling skills, via Fox News’ local Phoenix affiliate. And please take note of the reactions of the young ladies behind him. And the moment where he knocks his little hat off his head, because that is damn precious:
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