Over a thousand miles on this road this year already, go through this blind curve twice a day. Finally caught up to me 6/1/2012 on the way home from work. Ford F250 came around from behind the bushes doing 35 - 40 mph with his left tires touching the left shoulder. I was very close to the shoulder to begin with, grabbed the brakes and the front tire instantly washed out and I went down on the right side. It had rained hard earlier in the day and the road had some small gravel washed across it. The truck ran over my front wheel, I slid up over the bars and ended up on the shoulder about 15 feet further up the road. Busted left thumb (dent on the bottom edge of the truck's driver's door - think I might have hit my hand there), some cracked ribs on my right side, right ankle twisted and swollen, deep thigh bruise on my left leg. Falstaff Darien held up pretty well on the sharp gravel, I have a little road rash on my right forearm where the sleeve rolled up a bit. Wrong place at the wrong time. The scrape marks at the top right are where the truck caught the front wheel probably can't really see it in this crappy cell phone pic, but there is rubber from the truck tire embedded on the front axle nut. The State Trooper who did the report did not issue a ticket, but he told the other driver that he was too far over on my side of the road. The Trooper waited until I could get back with a trailer to recover the bike and helped me get it loaded up. He also told me that while he was there he had placed his squad car on the tires marks from the truck and took pictures for the report showing just how far over the truck had been. Now it's in the hands of the insurance companies.