Miracle Car's Owner Wants Answers from Suicidal Man Who Destroyed Her Ride

The owner of the car that cushioned Thomas Magill's 39-story fall from an Upper West Side apartment building is pissed off that her vehicle is totalled, and wants to know if Magill now feels stupid for trying to commit suicide.

On Tuesday morning, the 22-year-old Magill jumped feet first from the high-rise on West End Ave, but his suicide attempt was thwarted by a red Dodge Charger, which somehow broke his fall from 400 feet. Magill is recovering after having metal rods inserted into his legs, along with other operations. But for Maria McCormack, whose husband Guy was borrowing her 2008 Charger that day, this situation is far from over. She spoke to the Post and she wants some answers from this sissy who tried to kill himself on her car:

I want to meet [Tom Magill] and say, 'Why? Why my car out of all the cars in the city?'"

Yeah Tom, why the hell did you have to pick that exact moment to try and kill yourself, and why pick that red beauty 400 feet below? It's a Dodge Charger for Christ's sake!

I wonder how he feels now that he made it. Does he feel like an idiot?" said Maria. "I hope he's OK. But I just want to know why."

He tried to kill himself, so he probably feels terrible. Tom, you owe Maria an apology for destroying her baby. And most of all, you owe her an explanation. Why did you want to kill yourself? And why did you want to kill yourself on Maria's car? It's a 2008 Dodge Charger! A fucking red one!

Maria's husband, Guy, was more sympathetic toward the suicidal young man:

Geico said I could sue him... but I'm not going to do that. He has enough to worry about."

Oh, how very nice of everyone.

Miracle Car's Owner Wants Answers from Suicidal Man Who Destroyed Her Ride

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