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Guesty, I can't believe I am

Guesty, I can't believe I am getting involved in this debate. We all know driving too fast can result in fatal accidents. We all know that drivers don't always see other drivers (on motorcycles or in cars). Evidently you haven't read all of the comments because several have referred to the speed of the motorcycle. The article in the paper does not quote any law enforcement officer stating the speed in which the motorcycle was traveling. Nor does it state the driver of the SUV was at fault. Yes,speed was probably a factor. WE should all drive the speed limit. It is posted for a reason. We should all watch more closely when we are driving near "blind spots". The accident was just that...a terrible accident. One life was lost. Another life will always be filled with the memory of that day. Nobody plannned it. It just happened. If saying "drive the speed limit" is all it will take to end vehicle accidents, here it goes..."Drive the posted limits on the speed limits signs". To the family and friends of Chris, we are sorry for your loss and pain. To the driver and his family...we are sorry you were a part of a tragic accident. Now let's not discuss speed vs the SUV anymore. Let's begin the process of healing. If it helps one to heal by discussing fond memories and posting them on this site...type away!

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