Alcohol may be involved in deadly mot...

Alcohol may be involved in deadly motorcycle crash

There are 17 comments on the KUSA Denver story from Mar 31, 2007, titled Alcohol may be involved in deadly motorcycle crash. In it, KUSA Denver reports that:

" A motorcycle rider was killed Friday afternoon after he lost control and slammed into a tree.

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DUI

Denver, CO

#1 Mar 31, 2007
Have another drink fool...
The Big Lebowski

Loveland, CO

#3 Mar 31, 2007
Another liquored Harley rider without a helmet.
sundial

Alpena, MI

#4 Mar 31, 2007
OK, MY BAD.......... Two articles in one day about trees killing people. I was wrong in thinking it was the "speed bumps". Must be the trees! Let's ban all trees.
John

Nashville, TN

#5 Mar 31, 2007
I like to call em donorcycle's. Hope he was a donor.
Rick

Aurora, CO

#7 Apr 1, 2007
I totally agree with Bob. I ride a Harley and I think that nobody should booze and cruise because most of the time they hurt more people than just themselves. This guy was lucky to not be in a cage and end up hitting a car load of innocent children. I wish that I had a dime for everytime a distracted cager almost hit me on my bike, I would be richer than Bill Gates! To call " em' donorcycles" is just plain ignorant and backward @$$, jerk!
stanly

Pike Ntl Forest, CO

#8 Apr 1, 2007
Left hand turns are killers!!!!!!!!!!
Native

United States

#9 Apr 1, 2007
Whether a motorcycle or car, people who mix drinking and driving are an accident waiting to happen. When will people realize the two are a bad mix?!
John

Nashville, TN

#10 Apr 1, 2007
Bob wrote:
I ride and I have to agree that liquor and bikes do not mix. I hate to see it happen, but it did throw a little clorox in the gene pool.
JOHN, REMEMBER THAT MOST ACCIDENTS ARE CAUSED BY IDIOT CAGERS LIKE YOURSELF - YOU CAUSE THE "DONORS",ass****
Sorry that you all took my comment the wrong way. I actually do alot to save the lives of you guys. Motorcycles are dangerous. That's my point. I see many many brain injuries and deaths that are a result of trauma while on a motorcycle. That is all.

“The Angry Raccoon”

Since: Mar 07

Myrtle Beach

#11 Apr 1, 2007
I used to ride (sadly not a Harley) and I finally came to the conclusion that watching out for every motorist who did not see me, cut me off, tailgated me, tried to crowd me, changed lanes without looking, etc. was taking all the fun out of it because it was tiring me out and making me tense. That was before cellphones and blackberries and all the other distracting [email protected] people do when they drive now.

Since: Mar 07

Littleton, CO

#13 Apr 1, 2007
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>John, I can live with that. Sorry for the attack. Motorcyclists seem to be grouped in a "second class" of people, and cars just don't look for them. However, if each bike had a child on it as well, would the brainless soccer moms have a little different attitude when it came to looking for someone else? Just wondering....
Good point Bob!
John

Nashville, TN

#14 Apr 1, 2007
I wasn't trying yo offend you at all. I think that as drivers we need to be aware of everyone that is around us at every second. Any time you are in a vehicle of any kind you need to be paying attention. People need to be educated about a motorcycles ability to stop and manuver fast. Regardless of cause/fault, motorcycles to produce many organs for donation. Sad, yes, but true.

Since: Mar 07

Littleton, CO

#15 Apr 1, 2007
John wrote:
Regardless of cause/fault, motorcycles to produce many organs for donation. Sad, yes, but true.
You have a good point too, John.

A dear friend of mine died when he was 19 in a motorcycle accident. A motorist wasnt paying attention and switched lanes at nearly 50 MPH and hit him. He went flying about 30 yards and died on Impact (even though he was wearing a helmet). He donated his organs... and saved the life of a 12 year old girl in the process.

So yes, Motorcyclists do produce a good chunk of organ donations.... still wish it werent such a high number though...
Anon

AOL

#16 Apr 1, 2007
According to Larimer.org , the victim was listed as a registered sex offender also.
John

Nashville, TN

#17 Apr 1, 2007
Anon wrote:
According to Larimer.org , the victim was listed as a registered sex offender also.
Well that just puts a whole new spin on things. Good riddance.
Dude

Boulder, CO

#18 Apr 1, 2007
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>John, I can live with that. Sorry for the attack. Motorcyclists seem to be grouped in a "second class" of people, and cars just don't look for them. However, if each bike had a child on it as well, would the brainless soccer moms have a little different attitude when it came to looking for someone else? Just wondering....
Please tell me that "soccer mom" is defined as;
A person who is operating a motor vehicle as a secondary task and MAY OR MAY NOT be of the feminine gender.

No really, you'll thank me.
Caliber

Denver, CO

#20 Apr 1, 2007
I knew to many people who have died in a a motorcycle accident. That turned me off from ever want to own one.
Butch M

Colorado Springs, CO

#21 Apr 1, 2007
Chances are this guy was another illegal immigrant.

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