Safety in paradise

Once I was taking my wife and new baby son on holiday, traveling south, down the coastal highway toward Brisbane in Australia. It was dark, as the sun had set, and we had caught up to a cyclone, which had been preceding us down the coast.

After we had moved into the influence of this storm, a large prime mover [semitrailer, or tractor-trailer truck], towing a refrigeration rig, overtook us. The wind, which I was steering against, was suddenly blocked by the prime mover. This reduction in wind pressure against our small van required an adjustment in the way I was steering. Everything happened so quickly, however, that before I could do anything about it, the van speared off the road.

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