For instance, I was riding to work this week and passed the scene of a traffic accident, a fatality as it turned out. As I rode by I took in certain bits of information that nobody else got to see because Police were routing the cagers in another direction. Anyway, I saw a motorcycle wedged under the front of a van and later in the day on my ride home I gave a cursory glance at the same area after the carnage was cleared away and saw some bits of bodywork from the guy's bike piled in the center divider. I rode past there the next day and noticed someone left flowers and had picked up the tiny remains of the bike that weren't cleared by whomever removed the motorcycle. There were all kinds of marks that looked like spray paint left on the pavement by the investigators and I could tell where the bike came to rest as there was a pool of oily fluid there. There was a similar pool of dried fluid a couple feet to the right of where the bike gasped it's last breath...kind of morbid to ride by that area and notice these things.
It's just something that society tries to insulate the masses from. I have to feel for the people who clean that up though. I couldn't do it.
Be safe everyone.