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either the person that caused the desbris to be there or the debris.

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I hit debris on highway 199 in Texas I suffered 2 blow outside the thing that holds the wheel steady is split and my right turn signal snatched completely out

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Q: Who is at fault if you hit debris on highway that wrecked your car?
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