Kentucky teen gets a new auto after football fans wrecked his auto


Talk about that saying “Wrong place at the wrong time.” Matt O’Hara who was in Lexington Kentucky visiting a friend to watch on television a college football game between the Kentucky Wildcats versus their Southeastern Conference (SEC) rival the Florida Gators.

Can you imagine the joy of the Wildcat fans who attended to celebrate the end of a 31 year losing streak by beating the Gators?

The Wildcat fan base who were likely drunk rioted in the Lexington area by wrecking his auto which was a 2004 white Volvo not realizing that they were being filmed on social media and that the auto belonged to Matt O’ Hara.

Matt was dismayed that the Wildcats fans who go by the nickname “The Blue Nation” would total his auto to the point that was not going to be driven again.

However Big M Superstore which is an auto dealership in Nicholasville decided to invite Matt and his mom Amy Radebaker Given to come to the dealer and say they are sorry for the bad behavior of the students who rioted the football game.

The emotions of both Amy and her son Matt were that they were thrilled that the auto salesman gave Matt and his mom a new Blue Mazda for compensation for having their Volvo destroyed by the rowdy fans.

Matt will be attending Northern Kentucky University this autumn. Matt has no ill feelings of the rowdy Wildcats who wrecked his other auto since he understands that Wildcat fans are known for their rowdy celebrations at major sporting events.

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