Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Bicycle Accident

So, I completely neglected blogging in the month of December. Probably my holiday laziness kicking in.

Well, I'm back. Went to a vehicle-bicycle accident. A 15-year old was hit. Surprisingly, from what we know, the kid (I'm assuming a boy) was transferred to the local Children's hospital with non life-threatening injuries.
Why surprisingly? Well, because he mashed up the front windshield REAL well and lost both of his shoes in the accident. Check it out.

Check out the full story, with updates in the next couple hours.

The first image is also the first iPhone image that I have taken that will be published in print. Kinda cool. I took it to have something to transmit back for web.

A bicycle and pair of shoes belonging to a 15-year old sits in the road near the corner of Foor Boulevard and Blacks Road in Pataskala on Wednesday. The child was struck by a passing vehicle and was taken to Children's Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Jason Lenhart/The Advocate


An iPod sits wrapped around the antenna of a car involved in pedestrian bicycle accident at the corner of Foor Boulevard and Blacks Road in Pataskala on Wednesday. A 15-year old riding a bike was hit by a vehicle and taken to Children's Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Jason Lenhart/The Advocate


Accident involving a vehicle and a pedestrian bicyclist at the corner of Foor Boulevard and Blacks Road in Pataskala. Jason Lenhart/The Advocate

4 comments:

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One little mistake cause of death. I have seen amount of accidents in which rider had lost their lives and also became cause of other innocent people. I want to know more about this accident.

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The Moore Law Firm said...

That is a remarkably startling image you captured of the iPod wrapped around the antenna of the car. Together with the shattered windshield, your photography clearly illustrates the type of impact involved in an accident like this. It is amazing that the 15-year-old’s injuries were not life-threatening. We would be interested know how the driver lost control of the car since your pictures seem to indicate that there was no snow or ice on the actual roadway.

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