‘God smiled on me today’; James Woods ‘happy to be alive,’ gives play-by-play of harrowing incident

Conservative actor James Woods is lucky to be alive.

Usually when Woods posts multiple tweets on Twitter he’s railing against President Obama or some other liberal politician.

This time though Woods was recounting his own harrowing tale.

Carmine Sabia

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Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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11 thoughts on “‘God smiled on me today’; James Woods ‘happy to be alive,’ gives play-by-play of harrowing incident

  1. aliswell says:

    Absolutely delighted Mr. Woods escaped relatively unscathed. Would’ve been a terrible loss to this country had we lost this great patriot. Praise God He protected everyone in the pile up.

    On an aside, Jeep Grand Cherokee….great auto!

    1. rosemarienoa says:

      As he said….it’s a Tank !!!

  2. Reggi says:

    I know exactly how he feels. I was in a car accident years ago. The most beautiful people in the world are the ones who come to your assistance and rescue at these times when you’re totally helpless.

  3. tsigili says:

    Why is anyone driving at 60 mph, or faster, in a winter storm???? No, Jeeps are not any better on icy roads, than any OTHER vehicle, unless you have chains on. (By the way, Mr. Woods, your vehicle replacement, will NOT be as good as your old one…….guaranteed.)

    Glad to hear Woods is ok, but humans need to get some sensibility. If you don’t have to get to a job, you shouldn’t even be out on in a winter storm, in the first place. It simply isn’t worth wrecking your vehicle, which is NOT going to be fully covered by insurance in the first place, nor is it worth risking physical injury or death.

  4. ralph says:

    Hope everybody is okay!

  5. Mary Brown says:

    When the police responded to my car accident(kid ran a stop and I broadsided his truck at 40mph in a Chevy Aveo.Have a plate in my neck from it!) they were all professionals who did what was needed without yelling or being accusing to anyone.

  6. John Campbell says:

    I’ve been a professional trucker for 40 + years in every state in the union except Hawaii and Alaska. Seen a lot of carnage I never wanted to see and first responder to things I never wanted to be forced to deal with, including deaths. I’m permanently disabled now due to time and back injuries, but those well over 5 million miles can be a rough teacher.

    The one thing I try to tell people is this method of knowing the reality of just how fast an accident can happen from inattention. If you’re sitting in your vehicle driving and a speck, such a smushed bug, shows up in your line of sight, notice how long it takes for you to focus on that bug and then back again onto what’s ahead of you and your surroundings. Just your eye focus adjustment. In that fraction of a second you’re dead or someone else is and you will never know what happened to cause it. Think about that the next time you try to do anything other than looking at the road, even for a fraction of a second. Welcome to reality.

    1. Daniel F. Melton says:

      Add the fact that 90+% of the people driving erroneously believe that they are “good” drivers whatever the road conditions and weather.

    2. carlcasino says:

      Billions of $$ to make the Vehicle safe but nothing to fix the loose nut behind the wheel. Best advice I ever got was when Dad threw me the keys to the Family Barge. Son, there are millions of licensed drivers out there that are all figuring out how to Kill You . Your job is how to avoid them. Good Luck. Been a licensed driver for a little over 63 years and can credit my self with no fatalities and two accidents, one chargeable. Freeway driving is the toughest, In Houston TX it was almost like Daytona, bumper to bumper. I learned to look at the car in front of the car in front of me.

  7. ort says:

    Glad you are ok, James! God bless and keep speaking your mind.

  8. Daniel F. Melton says:

    Mr. Woods was indeed fortunate, but he was smart enough to be driving a vehicle with sufficient mass that he wasn’t turned into “spam in a can”. The newer “fuel efficient” vehicles with their plethora of airbags are not the same as belting into (note “belting”) a large, heavy vehicle. You won’t get the fuel economy, but you won’t get crushed like an eggshell either.

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