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    Default Bad day for this homeowner

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    Default Re: Bad day for this homeowner

    At least that was a Chevy.......no big loss. Sucks to be that guy though.
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    I can't tell for sure.. but the house looks like it is okay...

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    Now that sucks!!! We had a series of tornadoes do this to a few neighborhoods last year.
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    looking at the house it apppears he can afford this small loss????? depends who his insurer is!!!!
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    The Chevy can handle it, it'll just flex and pop those dents right out.

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