I read this sentence:
Sally died while in a car i was driving!
Can't understand here while separates 2 sentences and makes sense at the same time?
Sally died while i was driving in a car!
But I am confused by in a car, for what / by what rule did we put it right after while?
Maybe this way we emphasize what exactly is in the car
Or maybe here while has a different meaning and the sentence without it would look like this :
Sally died in a car i was driving !
I hope I asked the question correctly, i.e. I would like to understand why such a place of setting in a car in a sentence ?