My most embarrassing experience was my brother's accident when I was talking to him on the phone. It was eleven o’clock at night. He called me when he got out of his office, and we were talking for about fifteen minutes when I heard him shouting. Immediately, I started to ask him with a loud voice, " What happened? ", but he kept shouting. My first thought was that he had a heart attack. I couldn’t understand what happened. I kept asking him," Please tell me what happened?" while changing my clothes to get out of the house. For about thirty seconds, he wasn’t able to answer me, and he was just shouting. After about forty seconds, he started to talk, and he told me whispering, "I had an accident" I asked him, "Are you Okay? Where are you? Just tell me where are you?" He said, "I’m Okay; I'm fine; I don’t know what happened". He got out of his car and said, "Where is the other car?" And suddenly, the phone connection was lost. By that time, I had got ready, and run to my car. I was trying to call him for about ten minutes. I wanted to ask him where he was exactly. Finally, he called me back and told me his exact location. By the time I got there, the police and the highway security were there. I ran to him and saw his car stuck in the trees face the highway, full of dust and leaves. The left side of the car was completely damaged. He sat on the passenger seat, and I took a deep breath when I saw him alive. It was my most embracing experience.
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