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Old 03-23-2015, 08:21 PM   #1
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RIDER DOWN AT DOG TRACK

Looks like a Triumph sport bike but about the only thing left was the nose plastic.

Very close to 7:00 PM. 2004 just south of the 2004 exit off 45 S and the cross-over street (old 2004) right at the dog track where they hold the drifting events.

Just a helmet and the bike laying in the ditch and lots of plastic laying around. No rider, no smashed cars. Just cop cars and a firetruck.

No idea what happened, but the 2004 corner off of the feeder is about the only corner on 2004 until you get to Lake Jackson. Pretty easy to handle at 80 - 90, but there's no indication he was doing that.

Judging by the broad splay of plastic, it looks like he got clipped by someone already on 2004.
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, hope they are ok.
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What color was the plastic? I sold a my triumph to an older guy here in Galvatraz. I'm worried now
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Black helmet, black plastics? HJC flip up front helmet?
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Rider lost their leg. This is a friend of a friend. Please keep him in your thoughts.
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. Rip to the leg.
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, hope his recovery is speedy and the injury is amenable to prosthesis.
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What color was the plastic? I sold a my triumph to an older guy here in Galvatraz. I'm worried now
Red nose plastic. The rest looked black, white and red.

So his leg is lost. cheese and rice!!!!!!!
Did he get hit or did he just lose control?
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