Teen dies after being hit by 2 vehicles in Vacaville

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A 14-year-old Vacaville boy riding his bicycle Friday night on Alamo Drive was struck by two cars, one of which fled the scene, and he died later at VacaValley Hospital.

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"the driver of the first vehicle was not suspected to be driving under the influence and was not arrested"

I guess what they are saying is that the driver of the second vehicle may have been driving under the influence and if so, it's all his fault.

That is the way it works, isn't it?

I would say that it is possible that the pickup driver had no idea that he ran over a person given the overall condition of the roads in this state.
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Birds Landing Bob wrote:
"the driver of the first vehicle was not suspected to be driving under the influence and was not arrested"
I guess what they are saying is that the driver of the second vehicle may have been driving under the influence and if so, it's all his fault.
That is the way it works, isn't it?
I would say that it is possible that the pickup driver had no idea that he ran over a person given the overall condition of the roads in this state.
Go back to bed you ignorant fool.
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With no lights on the bikes, no helmets, no crosswalk there, it isn't either cars fault unless they left the roadway to hit him. It sounds like some poor judgement of a teenager in his quest to cross the road. May he rest in pease and god bless his family.

I feel bad for his two buddies who had to watch it.
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Nov 13, 2010
 
Birds Landing Bob wrote:
"the driver of the first vehicle was not suspected to be driving under the influence and was not arrested"
I guess what they are saying is that the driver of the second vehicle may have been driving under the influence and if so, it's all his fault.
That is the way it works, isn't it?
I would say that it is possible that the pickup driver had no idea that he ran over a person given the overall condition of the roads in this state.
All of your posts that I have read are ALWAYS complete garbage!!

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Nov 13, 2010
 
How sad.
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Once Again wrote:
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All of your posts that I have read are ALWAYS complete garbage!!
AGREED!!!
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Go and hug your children / grand children / nieces / nephews, etc and reiterate being safe while on a bike instead of bickering back and forth you old coots. A child died.....
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I thought Vacaville has a camera at every intersection???

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Once Again wrote:
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All of your posts that I have read are ALWAYS complete garbage!!


Then don't read them.
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Birds Landing Bob wrote:
"the driver of the first vehicle was not suspected to be driving under the influence and was not arrested"
I guess what they are saying is that the driver of the second vehicle may have been driving under the influence and if so, it's all his fault.
That is the way it works, isn't it?
I would say that it is possible that the pickup driver had no idea that he ran over a person given the overall condition of the roads in this state.
Comment FAIL.

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Nov 13, 2010
 
Remember this one,

http://www.topix.com/forum/source/vacaville-r...

It was all the drivers fault until we find out that the nut was attempting to kill herself.
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I woke up to this heartbreak :( my son grew up with young boy. My heart and all my prayers go out to this boys parents and family. As for the drivers, you need to step up and take responsibility. I am sure it was'nt that dark and no one saw him???? C'mon, watch where you are going, stay off your cell phones and slow the hell down...a boy is gone forever because of you!
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My son was behind the truck that ran over the young man. He said there was no way the driver could not have known he had run over something large. Also there was another young boy who jumped out in the street to try and stop the truck who went speeding around my sons car and continued on. A tragic event for all concerned and a reminder that as drivers we must be ever vigilant. Shame on you who use these posts to quibble over trivial matters. No matter what the cause, a young man lost his life. Please respect his family and friends.
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RIP Alex wrote:
Go and hug your children / grand children / nieces / nephews, etc and reiterate being safe while on a bike instead of bickering back and forth you old coots. A child died.....
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Mom of a Vanden Teen wrote:
I woke up to this heartbreak :( my son grew up with young boy. My heart and all my prayers go out to this boys parents and family. As for the drivers, you need to step up and take responsibility. I am sure it was'nt that dark and no one saw him???? C'mon, watch where you are going, stay off your cell phones and slow the hell down...a boy is gone forever because of you!
Actually it was dark, but you are correct in that as drivers we need to slow down and be aware of our surroundings.
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Mom of a Vanden Teen wrote:
I woke up to this heartbreak :( my son grew up with young boy. My heart and all my prayers go out to this boys parents and family. As for the drivers, you need to step up and take responsibility. I am sure it was'nt that dark and no one saw him???? C'mon, watch where you are going, stay off your cell phones and slow the hell down...a boy is gone forever because of you!
At 6pm, it is black as midnight these days so, yes, it was that dark when this accident (notice my choice of words here) happened. It is a sad, sad accident and my heart also aches for the family of the boy. That does not change the fact that the boy was not in a cross walk, was not wearing a helmet and did not have the right of way. So unless you are saying that you can prove this person intentionally hit this child, while speeding and talking on their cell phone, it remains an accident. It is a possibility that the person in the truck did not know what they hit, but we won;t know that until that person is found and answers some questions.
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I just don't understand what these kids are thinking, and it's just not kids, it's adults as well. Everyday I witness people crossing streets in traffic while using their cell phones, pushing baby strollers (while on the phone) and using their iPods, and everyone of them oblivious to their surroundings. They act like all cars are suppose to stop for them while they take their sweet freakin time crossing in an unmarked area. Just like drivers have to take a test and pass to drive, peds need to learn how to follow the pedistrian laws, and as soon as one gets hit, it's automatically the drivers fault. Kids are darting in and out of traffic all over this city, and at one particular junior high and some elemenary schools. They push each other off the sidewalks and into the streets. It's ridiculous! No common sense or respect for themselves or for the drivers. The police need to start giving out high priced tickets to jaywalkers and make the parents pay for it, and if the kid gets more than 2, they should have to go to a class on a Saturday (all day) and learn how to follow the rules! And for F%#@ SAKE, WEAR A HELMENT!!!! BTW, this comment isn't toward the kid that got hit. This has been on my mind for a very long time. I will pray for his friends and family, and I hope his friends have learned a huge lesson. It's just so wrong and sad.
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i knew this boy..
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may he rest in peace
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Julia wrote:
i knew this boy..
who was this kid?):

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