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Old 08-23-2007, 11:44 PM   #61
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this is him!! i know!!! i seen it. it was both fault! h wheelied right into the suv. and the suv was pullin out the gas station slowly!!!!
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:15 AM   #62
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I read about this accident on another website. And really feel for him and his family. I have a heart and even hearing what the circumstances surrounding this accident are I still feel for him as well as his family. Sometimes people just make dumb choices, but it doesn't mean that we should care less about that person life. We've all made bad choices and I'm sure most of us learn from them. Sorry that this is how he had to learn his lesson. Anyhow, anything at all that they need please do not hesitate to let me know.
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:20 AM   #63
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yea! it sucks i seen it too. gonna haunt me forever. i was on the way home... but then i seen him wheelie(it caught my eye) then the next thing u know hes not moving! didnt even budge! went to the scene wit many poeple holding his head up! off duty docters didnt even know where to start! he would even respond to nothing. breathes every 5-6 seconds... and bleeding through one eye and the mouth. sucks... at least i took the photos the show him to the loved ones.... hope hes aight...............
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javi and joe got some photos but they were taken after the ambulance took him!! We drove past it, looked like a mess!!
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:24 AM   #65
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i took mines two minutes after the accident.
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:25 AM   #66
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yea! it sucks i seen it too. gonna haunt me forever. i was on the way home... but then i seen him wheelie(it caught my eye) then the next thing u know hes not moving! didnt even budge! went to the scene wit many poeple holding his head up! off duty docters didnt even know where to start! he would even respond to nothing. breathes every 5-6 seconds... and bleeding through one eye and the mouth. sucks... at least i took the photos the show him to the loved ones.... hope hes aight...............
Wow, sorry you had to see something like that. As for the pics...I'm not sure his loved ones would want to even see those any time soon. It has to be hard enough watching him lying in the hospital bed, without the pics to show them the aftermath of the accident that put him there. But it was nice of you to take them all the same. Just my opinion of course.
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does he have bike insurance to fix teh truck he ran into?
who cares ?? the dude in the truck is has both of his eyes and functional back... wow man
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Old 08-24-2007, 09:28 AM   #70
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who cares ?? the dude in the truck is has both of his eyes and functional back... wow man
happens i care, i bet the truck owner cares?

you think riders are the only people in this world and that only the bike rider was effected?

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legally since the LEO decided rider was at fault, he is. also guilty of riding stupidly.
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We're beating a dead horse here folks... get over it!

I feel bad for all parties involved, but plain and simple... if he hadn't been doing a wheelie, he would have been in a MUCH better situation to avoid the SUV that was pulling out. People pull out in front of others all the time and they are able to avoid accidents. When you're in a wheelie, you drastically reduce your ability to avoid accidents.

Ride defensively...

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BOTH parties are at fault, plain and simple... let's get over this fact and now see what we can do to help and support the rider.
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I read about this accident on another website. And really feel for him and his family. I have a heart and even hearing what the circumstances surrounding this accident are I still feel for him as well as his family. Sometimes people just make dumb choices, but it doesn't mean that we should care less about that person life. We've all made bad choices and I'm sure most of us learn from them. Sorry that this is how he had to learn his lesson. Anyhow, anything at all that they need please do not hesitate to let me know.
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I agree with you 100%. This stuff affects everyone involved, including the family in the SUV.

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We're beating a dead horse here folks... get over it!

I feel bad for all parties involved, but plain and simple... if he hadn't been doing a wheelie, he would have been in a MUCH better situation to avoid the SUV that was pulling out. People pull out in front of others all the time and they are able to avoid accidents. When you're in a wheelie, you drastically reduce your ability to avoid accidents.

Ride defensively...

That being said,
BOTH parties are at fault, plain and simple... let's get over this fact and now see what we can do to help and support the rider.
I agree with you too. Except your opinion that both are at fault. He must have been flying exceedingly fast for that kind of carnage, and there's no way the driver of the SUV could have guaged that (we all know how quick a bike accelerates from a stop). Even when a rider goes the speed limit, it's hard for a driver to gage our speed. But you're right.....THAT DOESN'T MATTER RIGHT NOW. We just need to pray for this kid, but also hope that it affects other riders enough to really hit home just how dangerous it is to be stunting on a busy street. Many of us, including myself, were young, cocky, and stupid once. It's not worth it, and we can't demonize him for making the same mistakes many of us are, or were once prone to do. It haunts everybody involved, and it's not fair to anybody.
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I read about this accident on another website. And really feel for him and his family. I have a heart and even hearing what the circumstances surrounding this accident are I still feel for him as well as his family. Sometimes people just make dumb choices, but it doesn't mean that we should care less about that person life. We've all made bad choices and I'm sure most of us learn from them. Sorry that this is how he had to learn his lesson. Anyhow, anything at all that they need please do not hesitate to let me know.
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I AGREE 100%. My prayers go out to to him and his family.

RACER X, there is a time and place for most eveything, but the SUV family is not at a health risk right now. We are concerned about our MH family right now especially when someone is fighting for their life. Why do I even have to spell this out?
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I AGREE 100%. My prayers go out to to him and his family.

RACER X, there is a time and place for most eveything, but the SUV family is not at a health risk right now. We are concerned about our MH family right now especially when someone is fighting for their life. Why do I even have to spell this out?
so when is the time and place? i hear that often.
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We're beating a dead horse here folks... get over it!

I feel bad for all parties involved, but plain and simple... if he hadn't been doing a wheelie, he would have been in a MUCH better situation to avoid the SUV that was pulling out. People pull out in front of others all the time and they are able to avoid accidents. When you're in a wheelie, you drastically reduce your ability to avoid accidents.

Ride defensively...

That being said,
BOTH parties are at fault, plain and simple... let's get over this fact and now see what we can do to help and support the rider.

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Learn from this people!!!!!!!!! Stop your silly street wheelies, or you might be next.
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happens i care, i bet the truck owner cares?

you think riders are the only people in this world and that only the bike rider was effected?

legally since the LEO decided rider was at fault, he is. also guilty of riding stupidly.
sure, id understand if you said how are the peeps in the truck, but your only concern was if his insurance would fix the dudes truck thats all pointless right now, I even bet the dude in the truck has more concern for the fallin rider then Insurance right now if the dudes got insurance they will pay for the mans truck.
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Wow that sucks.

I just bought that helmet too
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