Great Dover Street collision

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Saturday 29 March 2014 4.17pm
Police were stopping traffic today, saw a car smashed , hope no one died.
Saturday 29 March 2014 4.46pm
I saw the air ambulance landing in that area this afternoon.
Saturday 29 March 2014 8.50pm
It looked like the car tried to do a U turn and did not see the biker , nasty dent in the car and the bikers leathers had been cut off . I hope the biker is okay., your in our thoughts .
Saturday 29 March 2014 9.58pm
Oh poor man, on 2 wheels your so vulnerable to nutcase drivers...lets hope he recovers..
Saturday 29 March 2014 10.24pm
can we avoid "nutcase". I try to use public transport as much as possible but when I do drive spotting cyclists makes my hair stand on end in a modern roadscape. Not their fault, just difficult.

Best wishes to all involved
Sunday 30 March 2014 12.43am
glodge wrote:
It looked like the car tried to do a U turn and did not see the biker

Probably didn't care to look. Typical nutcase driver.
Sunday 30 March 2014 8.28am
Whatever happened to "Innocent untill proven guilty" ?
It is plainly ridiculuous to make statements that condemn the car driver as a "nutcase" when not one of us know the circumstances of the incident.
Please don't allow your anti-motorist mindset cloud your good sense.

My sympathy is with the biker and my best wishes for his speedy recovery.
Sunday 30 March 2014 7.29pm
beetroot wrote:
glodge wrote:
It looked like the car tried to do a U turn and did not see the biker

Probably didn't care to look. Typical nutcase driver.


It was either Mark Twain or Abraham Lincoln who said, "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth, (or in this case your keyboard), and remove all doubt.
Sunday 30 March 2014 10.45pm
Apparently the motor cycle driver was an off duty policeman.
Monday 31 March 2014 9.44am
Well lets hope the victim is well.

At least his job ensures the driver's conduct in this case will be thoroughly investigated and, if at fault, he will be prosecuted.

Rare nowadays.... vulnerable road users are fair game to drivers generally.
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