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Old 10-26-2012, 03:02 PM   #53821
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Cyrus! . That's one helluva wreck
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Old 10-26-2012, 03:16 PM   #53822
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Whats the story here?

Pursuit?

Random crash?

What speeds?
Not a pursuit, they were headed to court. A pickup truck turned left in front of them. From what I could gather at the scene, a woman and her boyfriend were behind the cruiser when the crash happened. The woman got out to help, her boyfriend stayed in the car, "didn't want to get involved". The woman went to the cruiser when she saw it catch fire, but the officers were semi- conscious and unresponsive, and both front doors were jammed shut. She was trying to pull the door open, and another driver stopped and climbed through the window of the cruiser and mule-kicked the door open. The woman and the other driver got both officers out on the roadside, and a squad member enroute to his squad stopped at the scene to do first aid. The first squad on scene called for air care, but the chopper couldn't fly for high winds and low cloud cover. Both officers had bloody head wounds, one had a broken jaw, the other had two broken legs and possible internal injury. The driver of the pickup was assisted by other passers-by. He had airbag and seatbelt injuries.

http://www.local12.com/news/local/st...4AGpdJ8sg.cspx

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Old 10-26-2012, 03:46 PM   #53823
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Not a pursuit, they were headed to court. A pickup truck turned left in front of them. From what I could gather at the scene, a woman and her boyfriend were behind the cruiser when the crash happened. The woman got out to help, her boyfriend stayed in the car, "didn't want to get involved". The woman went to the cruiser when she saw it catch fire, but the officers were semi- conscious and unresponsive, and both front doors were jammed shut. She was trying to pull the door open, and another driver stopped and climbed through the window of the cruiser and mule-kicked the door open. The woman and the other driver got both officers out on the roadside, and a squad member enroute to his squad stopped at the scene to do first aid. The first squad on scene called for air care, but the chopper couldn't fly for high winds and low cloud cover. Both officers had bloody head wounds, one had a broken jaw, the other had two broken legs and possible internal injury. The driver of the pickup was assisted by other passers-by. He had airbag and seatbelt injuries.

http://www.local12.com/news/local/st...4AGpdJ8sg.cspx

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...her boyfriend stayed in the car, "didn't want to get involved"...
And fuck that guy! What a toolbag.
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Old 10-26-2012, 03:57 PM   #53824
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Fuuuuuucccccckkkkkkkkkk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



And fuck that guy! What a toolbag.
That's no lie. Cant help pull anyone from a burning car. What an assbag
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Old 10-26-2012, 04:04 PM   #53825
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Fuuuuuucccccckkkkkkkkkk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



And fuck that guy! What a toolbag.
Wanna bet he has warrants?

Or, he was holding.
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Old 10-26-2012, 05:49 PM   #53826
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This was from my trip to CO back in August.

It's trail 787 from Spring Creek Pass on 149 to Trail 803 down to Creede







Here's the links to the Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM)

http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_...rdb5321640.pdf
http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_...rdb5305665.pdf

Yes, I was alone in the middle of nowhere without a map or GPS and it was GREAT!!!
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Old 10-26-2012, 07:15 PM   #53827
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so, I made it up to Gonzo Matts place around 530 and we immediately set to the task of cleaning up my exhaust valves. Took some finagling, but we were able to get the valves out and then cleaned up the carbon buildup which was all that was necessary. Even more finagling was required to get the valves back in the head, but eventually ingenuity and persistence got the job done.

about this time the lovely Mrs. Gonzo and the baby Gonzo made an appearance to announce that Matt's dinner was ready...so after a couple minutes of making the baby laugh, I took my happy ass home. Matt gave me excellent directions to get back to I-71, which made better sense than what Garmin was giving me.

I had some trouble in downtown Columbus though, as it is currently a clusterfuck of massive, epic proportions. Word of warning, you cannot access I 70 East from I 71 South...and its a major pain in the ass if you dont get off 71 soon enough, coz then you'll end up on 70 WEST...gaaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!

I could happily have shot the moron who's responsible for that bullshit...but fortunately, he or she was not present and I didnt have a firearm anyway...

made it home by 930 and intend to put the bike together tomorrow...assuming all goes well, I'll probably go to Crow on Sunday (or maybe even tomorrow night)

anyone still planning to go despite the weather?
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Old 10-26-2012, 07:29 PM   #53828
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so, I made it up to Gonzo Matts place around 530 and we immediately set to the task of cleaning up my exhaust valves. Took some finagling, but we were able to get the valves out and then cleaned up the carbon buildup which was all that was necessary. Even more finagling was required to get the valves back in the head, but eventually ingenuity and persistence got the job done.

about this time the lovely Mrs. Gonzo and the baby Gonzo made an appearance to announce that Matt's dinner was ready...so after a couple minutes of making the baby laugh, I took my happy ass home. Matt gave me excellent directions to get back to I-71, which made better sense than what Garmin was giving me.

I had some trouble in downtown Columbus though, as it is currently a clusterfuck of massive, epic proportions. Word of warning, you cannot access I 70 East from I 71 South...and its a major pain in the ass if you dont get off 71 soon enough, coz then you'll end up on 70 WEST...gaaaaaaaahhhhhhh!!!

I could happily have shot the moron who's responsible for that bullshit...but fortunately, he or she was not present and I didnt have a firearm anyway...

made it home by 930 and intend to put the bike together tomorrow...assuming all goes well, I'll probably go to Crow on Sunday (or maybe even tomorrow night)

anyone still planning to go despite the weather?
I'm still a maybe... ;) If you go over tomorrow night, you hoteling it?
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Old 10-26-2012, 08:36 PM   #53829
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I'm still a maybe... ;) If you go over tomorrow night, you hoteling it?

nah, thought I'd just throw a a blanket and pillow down and sleep on the ground
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Old 10-26-2012, 08:47 PM   #53830
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nah, thought I'd just throw a a blanket and pillow down and sleep on the ground
I see what you did there.....playing hard to get.
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Old 10-26-2012, 08:54 PM   #53831
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I see what you did there.....playing hard to get.

yeah, wouldnt want him thinking I'm easy
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:04 PM   #53832
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Hopefully someone gives us an update on the conditions there tomorrow. I have orange fever bad and really want to demo them. ;)
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:50 PM   #53833
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Not a pursuit, they were headed to court. A pickup truck turned left in front of them. From what I could gather at the scene, a woman and her boyfriend were behind the cruiser when the crash happened. The woman got out to help, her boyfriend stayed in the car, "didn't want to get involved". The woman went to the cruiser when she saw it catch fire, but the officers were semi- conscious and unresponsive, and both front doors were jammed shut. She was trying to pull the door open, and another driver stopped and climbed through the window of the cruiser and mule-kicked the door open. The woman and the other driver got both officers out on the roadside, and a squad member enroute to his squad stopped at the scene to do first aid. The first squad on scene called for air care, but the chopper couldn't fly for high winds and low cloud cover. Both officers had bloody head wounds, one had a broken jaw, the other had two broken legs and possible internal injury. The driver of the pickup was assisted by other passers-by. He had airbag and seatbelt injuries.

http://www.local12.com/news/local/st...4AGpdJ8sg.cspx

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Were the officers wearing seat belts?
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Old 10-27-2012, 02:21 AM   #53834
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Wanna bet he has warrants?

Or, he was holding.
Exactly what I was thinking .

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Old 10-27-2012, 02:27 AM   #53835
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Were the officers wearing seat belts?

I don't know, but I would guess negative. Of course, I am not a crash expert. I've been slapped on the wrist at court before for guessing .

I sure that if this crash had happened in early morning hours, when traffic in that area is very light, those officers would have been in that car when it burned.

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