This case involves a woman who was driving her rental car and hit a deviation in the road which caused her airbags to deploy. The plaintiff, a twenty-three-year-old female, was driving from her house to a nearby shopping mall. The road that lead to the shopping mall entrance was under construction and there was a large deviation where the old asphalt on the road ended and where the new asphalt was going to be laid. The woman decelerated to twenty miles per hour at the beginning of the construction area and then proceeded to accelerate to twenty-five miles per hour (which was in accordance with the twenty-five miles per hour speed limit). There was another deviation at the end of the construction zone which she did not slow down for because she was driving at twenty five miles per hour. When she hit this deviation, the front airbags of her car deployed. As a result of the deployed airbags, the woman swerved her car into the cement divider and she sustained a concussion and multiple lacerations on her face and neck.