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I did leave you a bonus sorry about that your answer was helpful.
I will leave a bonus this time if you can answer this question.
I will be asked to write another statement about the accident,
will the following statement be helpful or harmful>
I caused this accident and I'm very sorry it happen,
but I did not wilfully or wantonly disregarded my duty to the Company.
I wouldn't suggest that you admit to causing the accidnet, especially since no one was there to observe how the accident happened.

Your statements to the comapny could probably only be used against you when you apply for unemployment benefits, so it would be best to be silent about the accident rather than making statements regarding your responsibility for the accident, which could be used against you in an unemployment hearing.
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