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Old 08-07-2009, 08:08 PM   #1
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Old 08-07-2009, 08:33 PM   #2
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Hopefully the rider got knocked up onto the truck bed.
A similar thing happened to me 20 some odd years ago.
I was home on leave and was rear-ended by a woman at a redlight.
I was on a friends bike I had borrowed for while I was home.
The bike wound up underneath the Buick in front of me and I wound up on her hood.
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Old 08-07-2009, 08:34 PM   #3
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look at the people in the background,,,,doesnt look good
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Old 08-07-2009, 08:42 PM   #4
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Saw that, but also don't see any blood, so maybe not a fatality.
Either way, they win the Dumbass award for that day.
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Old 08-07-2009, 08:44 PM   #5
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Old 08-07-2009, 10:07 PM   #7
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Looks bad, but they are close to the curb, maybe its not what it seems.
What if the truck seriously $#@%^^%@#$ parallel parking.
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I see a jacket in the opened saddlebag on the ground. I highly doubt there were any serious injuries. I bet the two kids were the grand prix drivers. They're definitely white enough.
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Old 08-07-2009, 11:09 PM   #9
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thank I wasn't a hood ornament when I got rear ended.... I just got thrown to the pavement. that chic in the background could be the driver. I know the girl that hit me was shaken up worse than I was,lol.
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Old 08-07-2009, 11:44 PM   #10
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Holy ! That bike must have been reversing REALLY fast to wedge itself under the car like that.
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at the seawall i witnessed a squid on what im guessing was a rented sportbike stop suddenly at a red light. dude of course had no gear at all. nothing even close to being close to gear. when he stopped, a truck was behind him. truck slams on his brakes and as a result his front end rises. when the squid hit his front brakes his front dipped, sending the tail in the air a little. when everyone's suspension was settling, the bumper of the truck came down on the tail of the bike and flipped the thing. it happened really quickly. i'll never forget that sight.
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that sucks ,this sucks, u suck ! lol
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kickstands off, probably was parked and some idiot doesnt know what side the brake pedal's on
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Yeah judging by the people face in the background... That's a fatality.
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Yeah judging by the people face in the background... That's a fatality.
Girls cry about everything. Might just be upset about the chewin' her dad is going to give her, because her car is wrecked, or maybe she didn't have insurance
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no blood, no human pieces strewn about, and I also noticed the leather jacket in the saddle bag. chick crying is probably fretting over her "fatality" when she gets home. car had to do it, if it was the truck..kickstand wouldnt be folded relativelyin its "home" position. but pretty bent up. other scattered behind the bike says to me it was parked, and hit from behind.
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is that the new way to keep a bike up right without a kick stand?
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look at the people in the background,,,,doesnt look good
That proablly because they were the one in the red car
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no blood, no human pieces strewn about, and I also noticed the leather jacket in the saddle bag. chick crying is probably fretting over her "fatality" when she gets home. car had to do it, if it was the truck..kickstand wouldnt be folded relativelyin its "home" position. but pretty bent up. other scattered behind the bike says to me it was parked, and hit from behind.



except the bike, car and truck are by the yellow line on the street
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