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Sad story out of Houston - Cyclist killed by hit and run driver

Old 01-24-12, 03:57 PM
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Sad story out of Houston - Cyclist killed by hit and run driver

http://www.khou.com/news/local/HCSO-...137955063.html

Terrible story..be careful out there!
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Old 01-24-12, 04:10 PM
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I was hit by a hit and run driver a couple years ago. Makes me feel blessed when I think how lucky I was.
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Terrible story



but...

I did LOL at this:
"Deputies said the suspect became combative and verbally threatened officers when they woke him up, so they were forced to Tase him. The suspect became cooperative after that."
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Don't know if all states are the same, but here loaning your vehicle to
a drunk is the same as driving while drunk. You own the vehicle you
are responsible for the use of it no matter who is driving.

A terrible waste of life!
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