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Another one bites the dust......hope his recovery is very slow and very painful...then he might also actually get some jail time...

Driver of Stolen Motorcycle lucky to be alive

Burnaby File: 2006-49314

September 16, 2006

Burnaby:

On September 16, 2006 at approximately 0045hrs member of the Burnaby RCMP Traffic Services Unit attended to a single vehicle collision involving a motorcycle. Upon arrival at the scene, it was clear that the driver was very lucky to be alive. The driver failed to negotiate a turn and struck the cement barrier on the opposite side of the road. The force of the impact was so severe that the motorcycle was broken in two. Amazingly, the driver was located in the heavy bush on the other side of the cement barriers, still conscious.

The resulting investigation revealed that the motorcycle had been reported stolen on 2006-08-24 out of Vancouver. The licence plate from a different stolen motorcycle was also recovered at the scene.

The driver, a 24 year old male from Surrey, was transported to Royal Columbia Hospital with a number of fractures to his legs and arms. The Burnaby RCMP Traffic Services Unit will be continuing with the investigation and will be forwarding charges against the male in the future for Possession of Stolen Property.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Cst. Tooker of the Burnaby RCMP at (604) 294-7922, or, if you wish to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
 
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just heard on global news this morning that a thief crashed a stolen bike in burnaby. he has multiple fractures to all appendages. no word on the bike's condition, but i think it's safe to say it's written off.

the bike was reported stolen about a month ago, so if you had yours stolen about that time, expect a phone call shortly.
 

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He's not dead and he's badly hurt...that's perfect.
 

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Thief got what he deserved.
 
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He's not dead and he's badly hurt...that's perfect.
not quite...being a victim of my bike being stolen....i'd wish for a bit more pain from the prick...perhaps slip the doctors a few bucks to chop off an arm or leg so he has a bit more trouble getting around and can't ride a bike no more....and maybe he could loose his prick too...
 

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not quite...being a victim of my bike being stolen....i'd wish for a bit more pain from the prick...perhaps slip the doctors a few bucks to chop off an arm or leg so he has a bit more trouble getting around and can't ride a bike no more....and maybe he could loose his prick too...

Maybe a visit to the said hospital and trobleshoot the IV dripper with some muriatic acid outta do the trick no ???
 

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sorry to hear that the cement barrier was harmed during all of this. stiff upper lip.
 

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the driver was located in the heavy bush on the other side of the cement barriers
:eek How are the bushes? And the pavement surface............Does anyone know if they're OK?
 

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All his defence lawyer needs to say in court is that his client was a passenger who hitched a ride on the back of a motorcycle. The judge follows with, "The charge of possession of stolen property is dismissed."

Unless of course there was a witness who watched him crash the bike and then stood by until the cops showed up and pointed him out as the person who was riding.

So save your happy thoughts just yet!

Heck, if this guy plays his cards right, he'll sue ICBC and get money for his injuries, as long as no one saw him as the rider.

Welcome to due process....:)
 

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All his defence lawyer needs to say in court is that his client was a passenger who hitched a ride on the back of a motorcycle. The judge follows with, "The charge of possession of stolen property is dismissed."

Unless of course there was a witness who watched him crash the bike and then stood by until the cops showed up and pointed him out as the person who was riding.

So save your happy thoughts just yet!

Heck, if this guy plays his cards right, he'll sue ICBC and get money for his injuries, as long as no one saw him as the rider.

Welcome to due process....:)
He would get the charge unless he could provide them with a person he claims to be the one riding.
 
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