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(NBC New York)   Before driving off, check that your tires are properly inflated, your seatbelt is fastened, and your girlfriend isn't falling out of the back door   (nbcnewyork.com) divider line
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2628 clicks; posted to Main » on 26 Sep 2022 at 6:25 AM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-09-26 6:39:25 AM  
"Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.
 
2022-09-26 6:45:17 AM  

Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.


Nothing good happens after midnight.
 
2022-09-26 7:07:51 AM  
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2022-09-26 7:55:06 AM  

Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.


or everyone involved was drunk
 
2022-09-26 8:10:48 AM  

bighairyguy: Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.

Nothing good happens after midnight.


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2022-09-26 8:22:52 AM  

Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.


I hoped the story was about a Real Doll girlfriend. Oh well. RIP.
 
2022-09-26 8:23:08 AM  

Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.


If the girlfriend was the woman in this thread a couple of posts down, would you be saying that?

Sometimes getting tf away and not looking back is the best option.
 
2022-09-26 8:45:48 AM  
nothing of value was lost.
 
2022-09-26 9:10:32 AM  

Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.


I'm baffled - so far as I can tell, the boyfriend did nothing wrong.

The boyfriend got in his car to drive away.
Unknown to him, the girlfriend tried to get in his car via the rear door.
The boyfriend started to drive away.
The girlfriend fell into the street.

So far, so good.

A black SUV ran over the woman, then took off.

This is the crime that occurred. She didn't fall "out" of his car if she was never "in" it in the first place.
 
2022-09-26 9:12:30 AM  
The only way one can fall "backwards and onto the street" is if she tried to get in the driver's side rear door.

I'm reading "Sick of her shiat, boyfriend tries to get away from drunk girlfriend. Drunk girlfriend tries to get in, he takes off. She falls backwards into oncoming traffic, where she's tha-bumped by an SUV that then bailed." Boyfriend's already long gone; had no clue any of this happened.
 
2022-09-26 9:13:30 AM  

kindms: Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.

or everyone involved was drunk


Doesn't have to be everyone.
 
2022-09-26 9:22:03 AM  

FormlessOne: The only way one can fall "backwards and onto the street" is if she tried to get in the driver's side rear door.


Streets can have parking on both sides.
 
2022-09-26 9:24:06 AM  

kindms: or everyone involved was drunk


Drunk
High
Unlicensed
Uninsured
Warrant out for you
Gun in the car
Drugs in the car
Etc.

Could be any number of reasons to flee the scene. If you don't want police all up in your business, you leave quickly.
 
2022-09-26 12:53:34 PM  

FormlessOne: The only way one can fall "backwards and onto the street" is if she tried to get in the driver's side rear door.


You've never parked on a one-way street, I take it?
 
2022-09-26 1:10:27 PM  
Important questions the article fails to answer:
If the boyfriend didn't know she was trying to get in the car, how do the cops?
How do they know a black SUV ran her over and drove away?

If the answer is "witnesses" then yeah this guy was probably fleeing an abuser. But if it's "that's what he told us" then it seems pretty flimsy
 
2022-09-26 1:19:44 PM  

FormlessOne: Pert: "Investigators who spoke to the boyfriend said he didn't know his girlfriend was trying to get inside his car.

After she fell onto the street, a black SUV traveling down St. John's Place struck the woman but its driver did not stay at the scene."

None of this sounds suspicious at all.

I'm baffled - so far as I can tell, the boyfriend did nothing wrong.

The boyfriend got in his car to drive away.
Unknown to him, the girlfriend tried to get in his car via the rear door.
The boyfriend started to drive away.
The girlfriend fell into the street.

So far, so good.

A black SUV ran over the woman, then took off.

This is the crime that occurred. She didn't fall "out" of his car if she was never "in" it in the first place.


Odd. I didn't get that impression.
 
2022-09-26 1:21:05 PM  

h0tsauce: Important questions the article fails to answer:
If the boyfriend didn't know she was trying to get in the car, how do the cops?
How do they know a black SUV ran her over and drove away?

If the answer is "witnesses" then yeah this guy was probably fleeing an abuser. But if it's "that's what he told us" then it seems pretty flimsy


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2022-09-26 1:33:01 PM  
Thats his story and he is sticking to it.
 
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