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HERE's how a bike accident story should be reported!

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Old July 21st 09, 08:59 AM posted to rec.bicycles.rides
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Default HERE's how a bike accident story should be reported!

It's not a matter of giving tickets after a casualty, but of
sentencing whoever behaves not according to the rules that demand,
first of all, mutual respect on the road.
I have never seen any motorist punished for not yielding to a cyclinst
where he had to, nor where the circumstances would have suggested to
do so not to endanger his life.

Old August 12th 09, 03:35 PM posted to rec.bicycles.rides
Art Harris
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Default HERE's how a bike accident story should be reported!

Papa Tom wrote:

"Joseph Masi, 22, of Celestial Lane, was riding a bicycle west on
Avenue at 2:45 p.m., police said, when he was struck by a 1986 Ford
truck at the intersection of Stewart Avenue."

Wow, I lived in Bethpage in the '70s and cycled though that
intersection often. A 91 year old friend of mine (and former cyclist)
lives literally a stone's throw from that spot.

Art Harris

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