My father told my family the story of him saving a female truck driver’s life during our dinner this Wednesday. There was a young woman who was driving carelessly and didn’t seem to be aware of what she was doing. When the green arrow shows up, her car stopped in the middle of the intersection. The driver seemed to have her head down on the wheel and was awakened by another car honking its horn as it passed her. After that, her truck was close to hitting an electric pole. She kept driving at high speed and even drove past a red traffic light. My father was triggered by this careless action; he dropped out of his car and knock at her car’s door. Luckily, there were no injuries or property damage. His story made me proud of him for his bravery to save lives. Hopefully, this story can help you become a better driver who is responsible for yourself and other people’s lives.
Thy Huynh is a student at Glendale Community College. After living in Vietnam for 17 years, she moved to Arizona and started experiencing a new life with her family. Designing, drawing, photography, and reading books are her interests. Thy also loves traveling with her friends and family as a way to enrich her knowledge of the world. Currently, she is pursuing a degree in Digital Media Arts and planning on transferring to Arizona State University to work in the field of Graphic Design later. She is joining this project to learn more about journalism as well as improve her writing skills on online media platforms.