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On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Chapter Summary & Analysis - On Living: A Postscript Summary

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On Living: A Postscript Summary and Analysis

On June 19, 1999, Stephen King had taken his son to the airport and decided to take a walk before he, his wife, and his two other children were to leave to go see a movie. While walking on the side of the road, Stephen King was walking up a blind hill when a blue Dodge van came barreling over the hill. Stephen King was hit, fracturing several bones in his legs, ribs, and spine, as well has cutting his collar bone and head. The driver of the van, Bryan Smith, was driving into town to get a candy bar. His dog, Bullet, was trying to get into an ice chest to eat some meat and Smith was turned around attempting to control the dog. Smith never saw Stephen King.

Smith called for help. Stephen King lay on the side of...

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