I got stuck taking a delivery to the mountains

I labor as a delivery driver for a cannabis dispensary.

Our delivery zone is vast, but all of us don’t go into any of the mountainous areas.

A official purchaser that orders $1,000 worth of cannabis supplies every month asked us to make an exception to the rule. The guy was staying at a rental in the mountains and he didn’t have time to come to neighborhood to restock. The employer decided to make an executive decision since the purchaser spends a ton of money in the shop. I was tasked with the delivery that took 45 hours to complete. On our way back from the job, I had car trouble on the pass. I was coming down the hill and another car was in the middle of the road. The guy was using both lanes and I did not see him until all of us were about to crash into each other. I swerved into the guardrail and our car got stuck in a ditch. The driver of the other car didn’t stop to see if I was okay. He kept driving and I never got the license plate number from his car. I tried to call the cannabis dispensary multiple times, but I didn’t have any service in that certain area. I waited and waited for another car to come by, so I could get assistance with the problem. Thankfully, I didn’t have to wait absolutely long before another motorist came through the section and offered to help. He let me use his iPhone to call labor and he used his truck to pull our car out of the ditch. The front fender was missing but I drove back to the cannabis shop.


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