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Michigan officer discovers crash victim crocheting to calm nerves after accident

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A state conservation officer in northern Michigan found quite a surprise when he peeked into the backseat of a car — after arriving at a crash scene.

According to the Dept. of Natural Resources, Officer Steve Speigl was within a mile of the crash site, in the state’s Lower Peninsula last month.

He proceeded to check for any victims inside two vehicles involved in the accident. In the backseat of one of the vehicles, Speigl found a woman busy crocheting …while blood was dripping from her nose.

She was apparently trying to calm her nerves. She told the officer that “crocheting was relaxing and she needed it after being involved in the accident,” mlive.com reported.

No one was seriously injured in the accident. Everyone involved was treated at the scene and released.

 

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