As Ye Wanwan was away for quite a long time, her work had piled up at Dazzling so she didn’t stay over.
It was already very late at night when she left Jin garden.
Not long after she reached the garage, Ye Wanwan scanned the area instinctively.
Very soon, Ye Wanwan frowned – she wasn’t sure why she felt somewhat uneasy like there was someone staring at her in the dark.
Ye Wanwan shrugged it off and thought she was simply too tired from the past few days.
She opened the car door and drove away.
On the way back to the apartment, Ye Wanwan opened the car windows and tried her best to keep herself awake.
It was late at night. The crescent moon hung high in the sky and with the night wind blowing gently, she felt pretty relaxed and content.
Not long after, the car slowed down. Ye Wanwan frowned as she read the road sign ahead with a throbbing headache.
There was road work ahead and cars weren’t allowed to pass.
Ye Wanwan didn’t have a choice but to make a u-turn and drive on the lane on the left side.
The road conditions weren’t too bad and there weren’t many cars coming in her direction. Ye Wanwan turned on the music and stepped on the accelerator – she disappeared within seconds.
Suddenly, a shadow flashed past Ye Wanwan’s eyes.
Ye Wanwan didn’t have any idea what happened – she only heard a loud bang and felt a violent impact.
Ye Wanwan slammed on the brakes almost instinctively. The car drifted slightly and left black skid marks about ten meters long.
At this moment, Ye Wanwan sat in the driver’s seat with her heart thumping.
She seemed to have seen a shadow flash by just now… then… she knocked into something…
“Acci… accident?” Ye Wanwan hadn’t fully returned to her senses.
She didn’t slow down at all and with that speed and impact just now, even someone with a copper head and iron skull would’ve definitely been crushed…
After ten seconds later, Ye Wanwan hurriedly opened the door and stepped out of the car.
Her two headlights were still flickering and illuminating the path ahead, but Ye Wanwan couldn’t see the pedestrian she knocked into.
At this moment, Ye Wanwan realized the front of her car was dented from the violent impact and she also saw how strong the impact was.
“I’m doomed…” Ye Wanwan panicked and looked around anxiously.
Ye Wanwan searched all around, yet she couldn’t find anything out of the ordinary.
Ye Wanwan walked to the front of the car swiftly and turned on her phone flashlight. She bent over and looked under the car carefully.
Ye Wanwan didn’t dare to open her eyes. She was afraid she would find a dismembered corpse under her car.
However, there was nothing at all save for a little gas leakage.
“Huh…” Ye Wanwan straightened up and was perturbed.
Could it be that I didn’t hit a person just now?
But thinking about it again, Ye Wanwan felt something was off. There was nothing at all and the car couldn’t have knocked into air. Furthermore, even if she knocked into a dog or cat, it wouldn’t have dented the car so badly.
And if she had really knocked into a cat or dog, it should leave a corpse at least…
“Could it be that I knocked into a lion or tiger?” Ye Wanwan scanned her surroundings.
Although she was in the suburbs and there shouldn’t be wild animals scuttling around for her to knock into, right…?
Ye Wanwan looked at the dent carefully. Judging by the shape of this dent, it was definitely a human she knocked into. Also, Ye Wanwan saw a few strands of white hair; they probably belonged to an elder!