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Old 06-25-2019, 04:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone really know what happened. How do you kill 7 people and not be in jail or be beaten to death by biker friends. How do you get to go home and wait for police to pick you up. I would think they drew enough of truck drivers blood for testing that he don't have much left. Some ones not talking.
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Very sad situation for that veterans motorcycle group. This guy that caused the accident was said to be under the influence when he took down all those riders. He reportedly was seen crossing the highway centerline prior to the accident. His truck rammed the bikers and took a hard turn, the car trailer he was towing acted like a whip taking out more bikers. The rest was carnage. Apparently the trucks driver had prior arrests for dui. I think the company he was towing for isn't one of your greatest for hiring the best employee if you know what i mean.
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Yeh, not that far from me. Very, very, rural area. God's country. Awesome snowmobiling area. Same for motorcycling. Everyone is going about their day teary eyed.

After todays news updates, crazy levels of frustration.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...ays/ar-AADlYps
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He worked for a transport company out of Mass. and was driving a Ram 2500 with a car hauler trailer. He crossed the center line and when he corrected the trailer acted as a whip and took out the group of bikers. He failed a field sobriety test and was arrested at the scene and then released... Why, I dont know. He has been charged with 7 homicides, they found drug paraphernalia in the vehicle as well. Also has slew of previous driving offenses.

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He worked for a transport company out of Mass. and was driving a Ram 2500 with a car hauler trailer. He crossed the center line and when he corrected the trailer acted as a whip and took out the group of bikers. He failed a field sobriety test and was arrested at the scene and then released... Why, I dont know. He has been charged with 7 homicides, they found drug paraphernalia in the vehicle as well. Also has slew of previous driving offenses.

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I saw one headline somewhere that said the motorcycles collided with the truck? Hopefully an honest mistake, but holy crap is that bass ackwards!
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The driver was under the influence and (heard this through the grapevine, don't know if it's true) that the trucker was texting or looking at his phone.

So awful. Vehicular homicide imho. Can't believe they didn't hold him.
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Yeh, not that far from me. Very, very, rural area. God's country. Awesome snowmobiling area. Same for motorcycling. Everyone is going about their day teary eyed.

After todays news updates, crazy levels of frustration.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...ays/ar-AADlYps
Could recall one of my road bike trips with the guys back in the 80's going through that state on rt2 till we hit rt95 heading into bangor maine....beautiful scenery. Remember we stayed at a hotel in a town called gorham or something like that in the area.
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Anyone here listen to the Howie Carr radio show? He's out of Boston and covers a lot of good topics. Today he interviewed the president of the Jarhead MC. It was a very moving segment.

Throughout the program today he talked about the rap sheet this driver had. He's not what anyone would call a desirable employee.

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