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Who is at fault when an accident occurred when you hit a pile of rocks that covered half the street and you hit it and caused damage to your car?

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2012-03-15 20:02:25
2012-03-15 20:02:25

no one is At Fault it was an accident/ not enough information to determine if it was human error or car error

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