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Old 01-30-2010, 07:29 PM   #10
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I feel the need to share something else.

My Dad did not step off a curb into oncoming traffic as the article suggests.

My Dad crossed two lanes of traffic, a median, another lane and was about to leave the fourth lane and step into the bike lane. He was less than 3 feet from the sidewalk when he was hit.

This was not carelessness on the part of my Dad. This was David Lanier's fault

This should not have been a surprise to any sober driver paying attention.
You are absolutely right. Your father was NO WAY in any fault here. He wasn't the one driving a vehicle. He wasn't the one who took drugs. He was simply walking. Implying that he made a mistake is unconsionable.

I'm sick reading this...in my line of work, you hear of criminals getting off for stupid reasons and there is nothing more frustrating. This one takes the cake. My stomach hurts just thinking about it.
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