It is a shame that the good, law-abiding people of College Hill have to put up with the fools that were driving like this the night before I photographed these tire tracks in the snow. That is a four-way stop in the photos above and below, and there is no way someone could lose control so badly that they would fly up on the curb unless they had been speeding and blowing through the stop sign. This is one time that I am thankful there was a vacant lot at the intersection and no parked cars to hit.
Meanwhile, these tire tracks seem to show what happens when a car hit a telephone pole and fire hydrant at a high rate of speed. From the looks of it, the automobile bounced off two to three feet, and then proceeded on its way.
Wild and crazy skid marks in the snow were evident coming down the hill. As someone who has driven in horrible conditions in mountain snowstorms, lake-effect squalls, and deep snow, I can tell you this is caused by reckless, idiotic speeding.