Scarred Mortician Advises to Look Both Ways at Green Light

Scarred Mortician Advises to Look Both Ways at Green Light


In a widely circulated video, a mortgage officer reveals three things she wouldn’t do behind the wheel, including driving without looking both ways when the light is green.

Allison DeGrushe - Author

As many of us know, driving is a privilege, not a right. It is expensive and sometimes dangerous. The road can be a scary place, especially if the driver is not paying attention to his surroundings and makes careless (and sometimes fatal) mistakes.

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Luckily, a “scarred” practitioner on TikTok is here to tell you three things you should avoid doing while on the road. Read on to learn more! Plus, find out how her tip saved a woman’s life.

Green traffic light.
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A mortgage specialist recommends all motorists look both ways when the light is green.

In a viral video that has racked up more than 4.5 million views on TikTok, Lauren reveals three undisputed mistakes you should avoid while driving. First, never texting while driving — just put your phone away!

“After we collect your belongings from the car crash, many times we find your cell phone intact,” she said. “A lot of times, the screen isn’t even locked; we can see the text message you’re typing. … Your life isn’t worth it.”

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Lauren also advises drivers to never step on the gas without looking to both sides, even when the light is green.

Lauren said, “If I was driving and I was at an intersection, even if the light turned green, I wouldn’t open fire without looking. [both ways] Firstly. Once on my left, and once on my right. People blowing traffic lights and stop signs all the time; Don’t put your trust in other people while they are driving. Above all, you need to watch out for pedestrians.”

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And finally, Lauren urges people to avoid motorbikes because the number of “young people I pick up on these death vehicles is insane.” However, she added that if people DO choose to travel by bike, do not ride with someone else — get your own motorbike!

“I’ve had loads of couples in the back of my truck. A car that doesn’t see them, rushes out, crashes into them, [and] everything is over,” she explained. I.”

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Lauren continued: “They certainly weren’t planning on letting me drive them to the morgue that night; they thought they were going to be in their beds, and they didn’t. So if I ever drive in the car, they don’t. machine, I’ll make sure my husband stays on one and I stay on a separate one because I don’t want my kids to lose both parents in one night.”

The mother-of-five said Lauren’s “green light” tip saved her life.

In a follow-up video, which has 6.7 million views and over 1.1 million likes, Lauren reacted to a video from TikTok user @rachelbakere, who claimed the executioner saved her life. Rachel revealed that after watching Lauren’s video, she began to apply the “both ways when the light is green” trick into her daily routine, especially when she has five children.

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Rachel said: “Today my soul left my damn body. “I was going straight to turn left, and as I was about to go, I looked to the left, [and] I looked right. I started walking, I looked to the left again, I s— you don’t, someone came [so] almost hit me.”

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She continued, “They were going to hit my front door. My leg would have been broken because they were running about 50 miles an hour. … I’ll tell you, if it weren’t for it. [Lauren]I wouldn’t be too cautious about [looking both ways at a green light]. It’s been crazy today, I’ve almost never been hit by a car.”

In the end, Lauren said she was “so grateful” that Rachel was still alive: “I think I just saved your life! I don’t believe in coincidences; I think you should watch the video. I’m so happy! because you’re okay, Holy s—!”

Many fellow TikTokers took to the comments section of both videos to express their gratitude to Lauren, and others said they were relieved to know Rachel was fine after such a traumatic experience.