doesnt look hurt to me. prolly jus dropped it
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He needs some of those Tour De France crash guards.
It takes a big man to cry, it takes an even bigger man to laugh at that man.
Umm, there's police tape eveywhere....and he looks un-scathed. Maybe it wasn't him, but another officer who crashed and was seriously hurt or killed? Just an observation
Suck it Trebek!!!
He doesn't seem to have any rash on his left... maybe that's not his bike but another officer's...
i see a radar gun on the ground...... hmm this tells me an officer was probly standing by his bike , radaring.wile a stupid cager. came along and hit him and his bike?
Originally Posted by kamen rider
Dude, we posted pretty much the same thing at the exact same time.....wierd!
Suck it Trebek!!!
Originally Posted by ridenrain
you mean fans? he needs fans around his bike
btw did anyone hear about the bike cop in Coquitlam getting clipped?
Hope the fool is ok..These guys don't look like they wear very safe jackets...
The Red light from the pair of Red and Blue lights at the back of his top case seems to be bent from a rear-end collision, and there looks like scratches on the top of that case as well. The bike may have been sent for a wheelie (or a complete flip) and just ended up where it is. I think whoever posted about the cop being busy with his radar gun while someone came up and clipped him is most likely.
It's not like someone would cry over a dropped Harley, anyway.
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The cops in delta with the BMW bikes have nice jackets... Its good that they are thinking of their safetyOriginally Posted by Jester666
Also I don’t think the cop is crying because of the bike but what might of happened to his fellow officer, just a thought.
pretty much. . . .Originally Posted by crazycharlie909Officer Steve McNeil was treated for injuries after a serious accident while traveling north on RM 2222 frontage road.
McNeil's wreck happened as he was heading west on RM 2222 and collided with a car turning from Westslope Drive. He had his lights and siren on and was attempting to make a traffic stop, police said.
After arriving at Brackenridge, Jody McNeil said, her husband was taken to surgery so doctors could clean some of his wounds and repair broken bones. The next day, he was alert and talking.
Two days later, after the follow-up surgery to finish repairing several bones, Jody McNeil said, her husband suffered from acute respiratory distress syndrome brought on by the trauma to his body.
"That's when I really got scared," she said. "I knew it was bad."
Doctors hooked Steve McNeil to a respirator, and he kept fighting for breath. Hospital workers induced a coma that lasted two weeks so his body didn't have to struggle for air.
Jody McNeil said that 14-day span was the most difficult, "just to see him laying there."
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this calls for a funny title thread going sour.
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