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Does anyone know how this happened I would think at 3:30 in the morning there's no traffic on the Stephen son how did he get rear-ended
At 3:30am, on a weekend, many of the drivers heading out of the city are intoxicated.
Also because there is so little traffic, some drivers like to test their cars to see how fast they can go.
 

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Does anyone know how this happened I would think at 3:30 in the morning there's no traffic on the Stephen son how did he get rear-ended
Really?

Because speeders weave through traffic at duh, high speed.

Somebody switches lanes without turn signals and speeders have to react by hitting that car, or another car, or losing control.

USE YOUR TURN SIGNALS.
USE YOUR MIRRORS.
Use your brain.
 

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The criminal evading the repercussions of his crime of murder was able to temporarily evade capture through both Lyft and Uber. The criminal fled the scene of his crime, and his injured "friend"/passenger, was left to die. A passenger of the Uber decided to rescue her instead of rescuing her instead of his own freind in the Uber in her birthday. The other girl died.

It never occurred to him to hail u/l when it was the less fun task of finding a safe ride home, where he would be accountable of driving like a lunatic. It only occurred to him to find a "safe" ride home when he was evading a murder. !GO FIGURE!!

He was SURE that these companies would help him evade his crime ☹ (general public so very aware of exactly how little regulation, and how low their standards are). He didn't call a brother, cousin, freind, sobbing and begging for help, he just called an Uber.
 
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