Anyone who's seen any of the myriad reality shows featuring repo men and women know that it can sometimes be rough work, but c'mon -- it usually involves a car or some other material possession. It's usually not a life or death matter.
At least it shouldn't be. Tell that to repo man Leo Song, who backed over 42-year-old Lisa Via and killed her, while trying to repossess her 2002 Buick, parked in the driveway of her Chino Hills, California mobile home at about 1:00 am. Authorities are treating it as an accidental death. But still.