Topic: Just bad on both parties  (Read 2775 times)

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Re: Just bad on both parties
« Reply #20 on: 03/02/18 04:19AM »
Wondering if the rider lacked his M1 license.  That's pretty common.

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Re: Just bad on both parties
« Reply #21 on: 03/02/18 09:12AM »

Yea, had he stopped, he may have gotten away with minimal charges.  I'm sure he wasn't thinking straight with everything going on but still.

What about the driver?  Seems like he would be just as guilty, if not worse.  He caused the massive pile-up to begin with.
This may be true but whether you’re a contributor or not you should not leave the scene of the incident. This is basically the issue he faces now.

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Re: Just bad on both parties
« Reply #22 on: 03/03/18 01:55PM »
This may be true but whether you’re a contributor or not you should not leave the scene of the incident. This is basically the issue he faces now.

This.

The motorcyclist will most certainly be charged with FELONY hit and run.  Even though he may not have caused the collision, he was involved.  I'd bet money at least one person, either in the car or in the truck, was injured to some degree.   Which now makes it a felony. 

Moral of the story, don't flee, if you do, you'll be charged with a felony.  Not worth it.

 

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