A young girl is hit by a truck, but when the police comes to the scene they can only find a bike and the girl's shoe.
A woman drives home from work, parks the car in the driveway and finds a young girl underneath it.
The girl who was hit must have been in the road until the second car came. The car then drove right over her, pulling her with it for three kilometers.
--- How is this even possible?!
How do you drag someone under your car for two miles without noticing?
It wasn't even that big a car!
Wouldn't the driver hear something? Feel something?
edit (in Norwegian): Etter litt forskjellige kommentarer vil jeg bare understreke at jeg aldri har antydet at noen av de involverte har opptrådt uansvarlig, det er opp til politiet å avgjøre. Selvsagt ville sjåføren av personbilen stoppet opp dersom hun merket noe unormalt, eller mistenkte at noe som helst var galt.
Det jeg ikke skjønner (og det noen av dere som kjører bil (i motsetning til meg) muligens kan forklare) er hvordan - om i det hele tatt - det er mulig å 'plukke opp' en 13-åring som ligger i veien, og kjøre i 2,8 kilometer uten å vite at noe er galt?
edit 2 (in English): It appears the woman driving the car did not speak English. According to the police she therefore called her husband to inform him of the situation. The husband then drove home from work, only to discover what had actually happened. The police has as of yet not been able to find out how this situation could have taken place, although the woman has told her side of the story.
The girl has been flown to hospital here in Bergen and her condition has been worsened the past 24 hours. We can only hope she will make it through. I think everyone reading the news and the stories about this case will all feel the same way.