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(Clutch and Chrome)   Bad: You hurt yourself badly in high speed wreck fleeing police. Good: Crew of ambulance you crashed into is there to help   (clutchandchrome.com) divider line 13
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2010-04-11 10:35:31 AM
"There is confusion over why the rider would lead police on a high-speed pursuit. Police have acknowledged Wallace has no outstanding warrants, his motorcycle was registered properly and was only purchased last week."

Just another retard on a crotch rocket with "I bet I could outrun the cops on this" fever.

5:1 odds he's a trust fund baby.
2:1 odds he just recently got his licence.
 
2010-04-11 11:15:46 AM
i work in a hospital and not to long ago an ambulance brought in this chick that tried to commit suicide by jumping in front of oncoming traffic. she jumped in front of the ambulance. they stopped and saved her, that sucked for everyone. talk about bad luck.
 
2010-04-11 11:18:23 AM
"After striking the vehicle and landing in a nearby parking lot, the ambulance crew came to the rider's aid and attended to his injuries."

Sounds like a pretty tough ambulance crew.

/Grammar police requesting backup
 
2010-04-11 12:11:19 PM
I once saw a very old woman t-bone an ambulance that was on its way to a call, with lights and siren. No one was hurt, but the crew called another ambulance, because they said that they couldn't respond to an accident in which they were involved, for liability reasons.
 
2010-04-11 12:13:17 PM
I swear to dog Conway, Arkansas needs its own tag.

/home of Toad Suck Daze and the great Maxipad Caper!
 
2010-04-11 12:16:22 PM
Also Better link including morbidly horrible but SFW video and pictures (new window)
 
2010-04-11 12:32:06 PM

Good. Another immature idiot motorcyclist off the road, who makes all other bikers look bad. He obviously thought his badass looking bike had a protection force-field around it.


images.nitrobahn.com

 
2010-04-11 12:34:22 PM
The man zeroed his karma ballance on this one.
 
2010-04-11 05:41:42 PM
wbc3: I once saw a very old woman t-bone an ambulance that was on its way to a call, with lights and siren. No one was hurt, but the crew called another ambulance, because they said that they couldn't respond to an accident in which they were involved, for liability reasons.

I once saw an Ambulance pull away from the curb at night in a busy intersection, against the red light and they decided to turn the lights on in the middle of the intersection. Too late. Car going through the green light T-boned the ambulance and the asshat driving the ambulance was clearly at fault. Didn't even have his headlights on when he pulled out. I was sitting at the red light opposite from him.

/not so cool a story bro
 
2010-04-11 08:41:05 PM
Here's the original story with motorcycle vs ambulance photo goodness:

http://thecabin.net/news/local/2010-04-09/chase-ends-when-motorcycle-crashes-a mb ulance (new window)
 
2010-04-12 08:32:30 AM
I was the patient in an ambulance that got broadsided once. They had to send for another ambulance, which I shared with the driver of the first ambulance the rest of the way to the hospital.

Guy got off with a warning because he was "unfamiliar with local traffic patterns." Apparently he came from someplace where the traffic patterns include not yielding to an emergency vehicle with its lights flashing and its siren on.

I don't know if the injured ambulance driver was able to sue, but I wasn't because I couldn't prove that any of my injuries weren't a result of the accident that put me in the ambulance in the first place.
 
2010-04-12 12:00:48 PM
wbc3: I once saw a very old woman t-bone an ambulance that was on its way to a call, with lights and siren. No one was hurt, but the crew called another ambulance, because they said that they couldn't respond to an accident in which they were involved, for liability reasons.

That plus the fact they were going to be doing paperwork for the rest of their natural born lives. When I was with my old volley service I hit a postal truck once responding to a call. Thankfully no one was hurt and I only got a warning for driving too fast for conditions. Internal Investigation was intense but well deserved. Since then I bought a house, joined another volunteer FD and started a family. Have been resisting getting qualified as a driver for the ambulance b/c of the liability. I dont want to risk my house if god forbid I were to be involved in a fatal accident.
 
2010-04-14 07:12:17 PM
I once witnessed one ambulance broadsiding - you guessed it - another ambulance (and fliping it on it's side) a few blocks from the hospital. I bet there was a little paper work involved explaining that.
 
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