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Old 09-21-2010, 06:43 AM   #1
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Another rider down, Fawking cagers!

I read the news first thing every morning. Not trying to be a bearer of bad news, just want everyone to be aware of the idiocy that surrounds us who partake in the two wheel lifestyle.

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So they cause an accident, but since they didn't collide the driver's not cited for anything? Super wack!
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Old 09-21-2010, 07:22 AM   #3
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So they cause an accident, but since they didn't collide the driver's not cited for anything? Super wack!
cager pulled out in front of my on 25th in galvez.
i'm on the brakes, smoking the tires (according to a witness behind me) when i got into the trolley tracks, i went down.
cager got the ticket and he paid
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A woman died in a traffic crash when her husband tried to avoid a pickup and lost control of their motorcycle on Texas 249 in northwest Harris County late Tuesday night.

Brenna Lynn Felder was killed in the wreck, which occurred in the 14100 block of Tomball Parkway near Bammel North Houston about 10 p.m.

Felder was pronounced dead at the scene. Her husband was rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital, but deputies did not disclose what injuries he had.

No other injuries were reported.

No tickets have been issued in the crash so far.

Deputies said Felder was a passenger on the back of a 2006 Honda motorcycle traveling south bound on Tomball Parkway when the driver of a Dodge pickup traveling north bound turned left but failed to yield the right-of-way to the motorcycle.

Felder’s husband tried to avoid the truck, but lost control of the motorcycle, which slid on its side and Felder was slammed into the pickup’s right front wheel.

The force of the impact knocked off her helmet.

Deputies are still investigating the case.
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If they know he failed to yield the right of way then he definately needs ticketed, thats the least they should do since the guy lost his wife
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Old 09-21-2010, 08:22 AM   #7
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I'm sure the motorcyclist will do something about it once he's out of the hospital and then he'll go to jail :/
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Same thing happened to my brother , a F250 with a double axel trailer pulled out in front of him , in the process of shutting it down he low sided but avoided the truck . The cop said because there was no colision it was concidered a no fault accident
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So they cause an accident, but since they didn't collide the driver's not cited for anything? Super wack!
doesnt make a bit of sense!
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This is going out on a limb, but I went to school and lived right there in the area, I would not be surprised if the person driving the truck was an undocumented person of foreign nationaility.

If the guy does recover slim chance of suing the driver is there was not a citation issued by the sherrifs to declare fault.

I think it's horseshit they didn't ticket the driver of the truck, for failure to yield right away, this is probibly gonna get off scott free.
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This doesnt mean the driver wno't be charged...merely that he was not charged at that time. There could be other variables in this yet also.. alcohol, speed for example.
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No laws broken?

Family and/or friends of dead lady should consider retaliation of some sort should the law not punish the driver for pulling in front of the motorcycle...endless calls to his house, his place of employment, anonymous letters, other various means of irritation BEFORE taking on any physical activity. Were it my sister or daughter, there is no place to hide from my wrath and anger. Female or not, I can be a real when I want to....ask my two previous cheating boyfriends...ask about the windows broken on their cars, or the flats, or the paint stripper on the top...
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Old 09-21-2010, 10:53 AM   #15
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I sold my wife's Jeep last night to a couple that came all the way from BW8 and 45 south and they told me they saw the aftermath, someone laying and a red helmet close by.
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RIP to the passenger I hope the rider pulls through. Sad that they know the guy failed to yield right of way and probably by either his omission or eye witness account. Either way, should be enough to fault it even w/o a collision as at fault doesn't mean who hit who, but who was at fault towards the cause of of the aftermath.
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RIP to the fallen.. sad to say but I have to wonder about the exact circumstances and the "what ifs?"

Yes, the truck cut them off... but the 21 yr old rider laid the bike down trying to avoid... I have to wonder how long he'd been riding.. etc.... could he have been better prepared? He'll wonder for the rest of his life if he recovers, but of course place all the blame on the cager.

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Family and/or friends of dead lady should consider retaliation of some sort should the law not punish the driver for pulling in front of the motorcycle...endless calls to his house, his place of employment, anonymous letters, other various means of irritation BEFORE taking on any physical activity. Were it my sister or daughter, there is no place to hide from my wrath and anger. Female or not, I can be a real when I want to....ask my two previous cheating boyfriends...ask about the windows broken on their cars, or the flats, or the paint stripper on the top...
RIP to the passenger. Hope the driver recovers.

Avoid all the stuff you said as I'm sure a civil suit will follow.
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