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The first line definitely caught my attention. Because a red light often indicates stop, it's intriguing and a little counter- intuitive to have it at the beginning of the story. It made me want to read more.
The idea that the narrator was in a car-crash was successfully and evocatively implied. The implied car crash constitutes the crux of the story's plot, which is often how life works: the circumstances are revealed to us, but we have to draw the connections on our own.
Not really. Though I would like more characterization of the narrator. I think it would make me more emotionally struck by their story.
It's already such a complete story! It's really impressive that you managed to create a whole plot in a hundred words! As someone who really struggled with plot even when I have fifty thousand words, I'm seriously impressed.