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The Fast and the Furious Saga
Transcript of The Fast and the Furious Saga
The next morning Dominic and his crew goes to hijack another truck. This heist goes horribly wrong when Dominics girlfriend Letty gets seriously injured in a car crash, and Vince gets a lacerated arm nd is stuck on a truck with gun shot wounds from the truck driver. But luckily Brian was there to save him. Brian then blows his cover by phoning in for a medivac. The revelation enrages Dominic, but he contains himself and flees with Leon, Letty and Mia as the medivac arrives. Brian follows Dominic to his house and holds him at gunpoint to prevent him from fleeing. Jesse arrives shortly afterwards, apologizing for his actions at the racing event and pleads for Dominic's help with Tran. Moments later, Jesse is shot down in a drive-by shooting by Tran and his cousin Lance prompting Brian and Dominic to give chase. Dominic forces Lance's motorcycle off the road, severely injuring him, while Brian kills Tran. Afterwards, Brian and Dominic engage in an impromptu street race, narrowly avoiding a passing train. Dominic is then badly injured when he sideswipes the a semi-truck. Instead of arresting him, Brian hands over the keys to the his car, making good on his earlier promise to deliver a "ten second car" allowing Dominic to escape from the approaching police.
Some time later, Dominic is seen driving through Baja, Mexico saying " I live my life a quarter mile at a time; for those ten seconds or less, I'm free".