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Product liablility being what it is, this is an excellent example of
the benefit of warnings in technical writing. BTW, the woman in
question initially asked McDonald's for a few thousand in medical cost
reimbursement, but McDonald's, in an ill-considered legal hand-swipe,
refused to comply.
> She put the coffee between her legs so she could pour the creamer in. As
> I remember, she was a passenger, not the driver. I don't remember if the
> car was moving or not, but I think it was stopped.