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Old 06-03-2008, 10:14 AM   #101
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Old 06-03-2008, 10:55 AM   #102
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Hmm.. how'd they hit him with the side of their car?


I'm sorry folx...but until theirs a statement/ruling on the final cause, I can't condemn them completely. One of the posts here, has the investigator stating the rider was speeding.



...stop and think. Is this scenario possible... guy saw the bike, thought it was doing the speed limit and figured they could make it. Reality is the rider was exceeding the speed limit, saw the car and attempted to swerve thinking/hoping the car would stop (or possible target fixation at this point).
You must not have read the whole thread! The kids that Hit him with their car.... stated that they saw him and thought that they could make it!
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You must not have read the whole thread! The kids that Hit him with their car.... stated that they saw him and thought that they could make it!
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iregardless of him going about 20 over, they clearly stated they clearly saw him coming (which an order to see chris coming he was really close due to around the bend in the direction he was coming from would of been a blinde spot for the driver of the car) so he has to of been within about 150 feet give or take and they chanced it............ dude please just stop, your tryin to start and its not called for..... if you dont agree to my opinion that its clearly the driver of the cars fault then just go away, thank you!!!!!
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from where the driver of the car was he could not see but about 100 or so feet to his left,(which was were chris was coming from) and if him and his 2 friends that were in the car stated they saw him coming, and went anyways..... its not that complicated!!!!!!!!!!!!
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FYI, i took the pic of the memorial site, from where the car woulda been coming from, and I can CLEARLY see traffic coming from the left of me!

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iregardless of him going about 20 over, they clearly stated they clearly saw him coming (which an order to see chris coming he was really close due to around the bend in the direction he was coming from would of been a blinde spot for the driver of the car) so he has to of been within about 150 feet give or take and they chanced it............ dude please just stop, your tryin to start and its not called for..... if you dont agree to my opinion that its clearly the driver of the cars fault then just go away, thank you!!!!!
NO, I'm not trying to start ... get some people to start THINKING is another thing.

Distance, Speed, time of day...these are just SOME of the variables involved in each and every accident. To blindly assign sole blame of this accident and it's results on the driver/car is idiotic. The further reactions/claims of 'murder' etc from blind assumption is even more idotioc and childish.
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NO, I'm not trying to start ... get some people to start THINKING is another thing.

Distance, Speed, time of day...these are just SOME of the variables involved in each and every accident. To blindly assign sole blame of this accident and it's results on the driver/car is idiotic. .
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NO, I'm not trying to start ... get some people to start THINKING is another thing.

Distance, Speed, time of day...these are just SOME of the variables involved in each and every accident. To blindly assign sole blame of this accident and it's results on the driver/car is idiotic. The further reactions/claims of 'murder' etc from blind assumption is even more idotioc and childish.
I understand and appreciate what u are saying BUT UR not IDENTIFYING THE MAIN variable everyone is kinda throwing out there as their confirmation of blame, the driver ADMITTED TO SEEING THE ONCOMING!!!!, and no if and's or but's about it that's a MAJOR CONTRIBUTING FACTOR AS WELL...in addition 2 what ur saying!!!

Ur claim of speeding = suicide in this case was blind assumption as well, so the idiocracy floats both ways up the road!
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I understand and appreciate what u are saying BUT UR not IDENTIFYING THE MAIN variable everyone is kinda throwing out there as their confirmation of blame, the driver ADMITTED TO SEEING THE ONCOMING!!!!, and no if and's or but's about it that's a MAJOR CONTRIBUTING FACTOR AS WELL...in addition 2 what ur saying!!!

Ur claim of speeding = suicide in this case was blind assumption as well, so the idiocracy floats both ways up the road!
No the problem, is defined as 'lack of attention to detail'. To clarify, it's some people NOT paying attention to what is written.

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You know if he was in a main lane and those punk kids pulled out into a main lane the bike has the right away no matter his speed.
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Incorrect... sufficient excess of speed resulting in an accident/fatality of the rider could result, in essence, 'suicide'. I can speak, from direct experience in regards to this.
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p.s. Make note, at no point did I claim speeding=suicide in this accident
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NO, I'm not trying to start ... get some people to start THINKING is another thing.

Distance, Speed, time of day...these are just SOME of the variables involved in each and every accident. To blindly assign sole blame of this accident and it's results on the driver/car is idiotic. The further reactions/claims of 'murder' etc from blind assumption is even more idotioc and childish.
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i understand and im not putting sole blame on the driver of the car.
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Wow this just hit a little closer 2 home. So not only was the accident within a mile of my job, but while I was out test driving my bike after adjusting my clutches just now, i realized, Chris's station 25 services my neighborhood, and is less than 1 mile away from my house. :/:

I saw a couple of fire fighters standing outside, looked like CO's, while i passed by, so i stopped and pulled in and offered my condolences 2 them! They said his parents were there and offered for me 2 come in but i didn't.

They were very thankful and advised me "be safe and WEAR UR HELMET", so i'm passing the word along!! Seems like he will truly be missed, wow sending more prayers up for Chris and his family and friends!
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