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Mother effer didn't even look, just ran the red. He needs to have his ass kicked, just because.

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What an idiot. Make that person walk wherever he or she needs to go.

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Make that person walk wherever he or she needs to go.
That would be a fair punishment, after the ass kicking is done.
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How do you miss the other 5 cars including the BIG white van....

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Yeah he def took that like a champ, that dude deserved a beat down for sure, lucky rider wasnt injured more than he was

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they were probably texted or something. I don't see how someone can just not see a red light. I mean, they didn't see the other cars in front of the biker crossing in front of them? As others have said, they deserved an arse whooping. Luckily the rider wasn't seriously injured.
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Although the rider had the right of way; he should have rode offensively. I look both ways at every intersection regardless who has the right of way!

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Although the rider had the right of way; he should have rode offensively. I look both ways at every intersection regardless who has the right of way!
That isn't the right answer here. Don't blame the rider. The guy ran the red light plain and simple, the rider didn't have a chance to react while riding DEFENSIVELY.
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Brutal. Not doing a damn thing wrong and nothing he could have done different

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This is almost exactly how I got hit last year. I did the same thing too, accelerated to avoid the impact. sucky feeling.
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This is honestly terrifying. I read up on the OP on the video. Turns out he broke his right heel and his entire left leg was already artificial so he couldn't really support himself on either side for awhile. As far as insurance the guy was driving a company car and the insurance people are trying to say that he was covered under them.

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With all that construction....definitely tough to scan ahead going through the intersection. Blatant retard driving in the car....

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That isn't the right answer here. Don't blame the rider. The guy ran the red light plain and simple, the rider didn't have a chance to react while riding DEFENSIVELY.
We cannot blame or insult cagers because we ride a motorcycle. We have no special privileges over them and vice versa. The roads are meant to be shared and both parties have faults for not paying close attention to their surroundings.

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We cannot blame or insult cagers because we ride a motorcycle. We have no special privileges over them and vice versa. The roads are meant to be shared and both parties have faults for not paying close attention to their surroundings.
You don't know me,but you should read up a little about my opinion about people in cars. I don't call them cagers and I don't blame them for things that aren't their fault. I talk about accountability for EVERYONE more than you care to hear.

This case is absolutely his fault. For you to say both are at fault is bullsh1t. The rider had a green light, the guy in the car ran a RED. I can say it slower if that will help.
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Come off it, Monster, it's clearly 100% the driver's fault. The only other factor is the excessive construction equipment, but it doesn't mean you can ignore red lights.

Too many people here come on the site and say we have to be ready for anything and watch out for the unexpected. That's a very tired cliché and obvious to anyone who's been riding for a while. I bet the rider does watch out most of the time, but this was one of those moments he didn't. If he'd hammered on the brakes and stopped in time, avoiding the blue car, but been subsequently rear-ended, I'm sure somebody would be saying he should've been more aware of what was behind him and moved over. Nobody here expects the law to protect us perfectly, but we do expect it to function to some degree regulating traffic, otherwise we'd all be down after going about one block regardless of how much attention we paid.


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Come off it, Monster, it's clearly 100% the driver's fault. The only other factor is the excessive construction equipment, but it doesn't mean you can ignore red lights.

Too many people here come on the site and say we have to be ready for anything and watch out for unexpected. That's a very tired cliché and obvious to anyone who's been riding for a while. I bet the rider does watch out most of the time, but this was one of those moments he didn't. If he'd hammered on the brakes and stopped in time, avoiding the blue car, but been subsequently rear-ended, I'm sure somebody would be saying he should've been more aware of what was behind him and moved over. Nobody here expects the law to protect us perfectly, but we do expect it to function to some degree regulating traffic, otherwise we'd all be down after going about one block regardless of how much attention we paid.


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This case is absolutely his fault. For you to say both are at fault is bullsh1t. The rider had a green light, the guy in the car ran a RED. I can say it slower if that will help.


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Ridiculous. Obviously someone wasn't paying attention. But, at the same time I feel rider could have prevented this, on videos, u could tell lady wasn't stopping, either a quick brake, or yanking on throttle could have got him in the clear. I understand u never know why ur gonna do until it happens. Def cars fault for sure.


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Ridiculous. Obviously someone wasn't paying attention. But, at the same time I feel rider could have prevented this, on videos, u could tell lady wasn't stopping, either a quick brake, or yanking on throttle could have got him in the clear. I understand u never know why ur gonna do until it happens. Def cars fault for sure.


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I'll meet you halfway in that the rider might've waited too long to speed up and I didn't hear a downshift but with all the barricades I'm sure that was not the only extra thing he had to consider. Notwithstanding that opinion, traffic lights exist to attempt at preventing these situations and the bottom line is the driver was blatantly negligent imho based on the extremely limited visibility while breaking traffic law 101. *I should add there is a lot of roadwork going on where I live and even when there isn't the carelessness of many drivers is the reason I can't count how many times having abs has saved me from this kind of situation.

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This case is absolutely his fault. For you to say both are at fault is bullsh1t. The rider had a green light, the guy in the car ran a RED. I can say it slower if that will help.

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Similar thing just happened to my buddy last week, chick rolled through a red light right in front of him....ended up having his foot amputated.....still in hospital recovering as i type! Cages need to pay attention that there are smaller things on the road than cars and trucks!!! Ride safe everyone and with 200% attention to your surroundings!!!

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things just got real. that sux to hear. im sorry for your friend. things can happen in an instant when ur least suspecting. dang.
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things just got real. that sux to hear. im sorry for your friend. things can happen in an instant when ur least suspecting. dang.
Thanks man..got crushed andtoo much vascular damage..couldnt repair it...tho lucky to live another day...he has two young children!!

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With all that construction....definitely tough to scan ahead going through the intersection. Blatant retard driving in the car....
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