Woman Terrifies First Responders After Car Accident On Way Home From Halloween Party

A student from West Virginia crashed her car on the weekend while dressed up as character Carrie from a Stephen King novel, terrifying first responders in the process.

Sidney Wolfe was covered in fake flood, wearing a while dress and a tiara when she got into a car accident, leading paramedics to think she had been killed at the scene.

"If anyone wants to know how my weekend went I totaled my car while dressed up as Carrie and everyone who was a first responder thought I was dead HAHAHAHA IM SO SORRY," the student from Marshall University tweeted on October 28.

Sidney's car (left) and her costume (right). Image: Twitter

Along with her message, Sidney posted a photo of her highly damaged car and a picture of herself from the evening of the accident.

The student added that the crash was caused when she was spooked by a deer that had run out onto the road, but despite the damage to her car she was 'very lucky' not to have suffered any injuries aside from a bruise on her leg.



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"It’s just funny because I looked terrible. God was looking out for me," she said.

When first responders learned Sidney wasn't dead, they were still convinced she was badly injured due to the fake blood on her head and chest.

The police officer was like 'ma’am stay put.'

Despite the accident occurring around Halloween, Sidney was actually dressed to promote a local production of Carrie the Musical.

Sidney dressed as Carrie. Image: Twitter

"I was promoting Carrie the Musical at a haunted house. At the end of the night, I was too tired to shower and remove my makeup so when I wrecked the first responders saw my blood and freaked," she said.

"I risked my life to promote this musical. Y’all better buy tickets!!!!!"

Featured image: Twitter