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Hit & Run driver and social attitudes about vehicular homicide

2018-06-07 22:48:12.104012+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Alleged hit-and-run driver gave voice to attitude many adopt behind the wheel: Get out of my way

“As I’m driving, I’m driving too quick . . . to the point where it’s like, I couldn’t really stop,” Fitts told Boston 25 News reporter Drew Karedes, who should get a medal for not punching this guy in the face on the spot. Fitts also said the light was green and that he beeped at the man repeatedly but struck him with his SUV because swerving would have led him into a pole.

But those fucking cyclists, amiright?

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#Comment Re: Hit & Run driver and social attitudes about vehicular homicide made: 2018-06-08 11:16:00.015098+00 by: DaveP

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