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** moving the debris and car to the shoulder prior to police arrival is GOOD**
Clearing of debris and car to shoulder keeps the area free from another collision as vehicles will back log and do stupid things to get around the scene.
When I arrive, always move the cars and kick the debris away to get the road open, if car is disabled, I use the pushbumpers to move it, if possible.
Only reason to leave a car is if it completely disabled, or serious bodily harm or death where a collision investigator will attend (with surveying type equipment to measure, etc)
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer. www.OHTA.ca
I just can't figure out why YOU were charge
If i had braked in a straight line i would of T- Boned him and would of caused serious injuries as it would of hit him across the drivers door and rear passenger doors. I can't understand why he was not charged with failing to yield. The police officer said she did not want to charge me but her Boss said she had to, totally unbelievable.
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