All right you were there tell us what happened, it is not a state secret.<quoted text>
Happen to be one of the vechiles pulled over on the right side of the road.
It is amazing how everyone makes a comment on who was wrong, when none of the people commenting were anywhere near the scene.
Yes, speed is a factor -Yes it was most certainly driver error (not the troopers), but I pray to god, if I ever need help from the police, fire, emts, that they also respond to my call as fast as they can.
I will bet that the driver does not go around the traffic that has pulled over for emergency vehicles
because they slowed him down....I just hope the trooper does not second guess his next emergency call
Where were you pulled over, northbound, southboun, north or south of Adams.
What first brought your attention to the cruiser, lights, siren something else.
Where was the cruiser when you first saw it in relationship to Adams, how far north or south.
Where was the SUV when you first saw it.
Did you see the SUV pull out, did it ever get into the northbound lane, if it did get in the northbound lane did it ever leave that lane and if so what did it do. How fast did the SUV ever get going.
How long from time SUV pulls out until contact.
How far from Adams is the point of contact.
What were the light conditions.
How fast did you think the trooper was going when you first saw it, at contact.
Did either take evasive action.
There are obviously more questions depending on the answers to these.