- RTA witness: Going through the motions?
Made a 999 call for it. Don’t know if I can talk about the incident on here but it’s as bad as it looks.
Saw the bike before, and after.
More the noise than the images.
Edit: Mrs.c is a good carer and I’m not in silver blanket shock but I have been lackadaisical with my own road safety of late and am having a whoosh moment.Posted 4 years agoDracSubscriber
it’ll spin through your head for awhile especially after seeing it. This is perfectly natural and normal response, you did right calling 999. Speak to friends or relatives about what happened and how it makes you feel, offload to someone, if it’s still causing you trouble ask your GP for counselling.
The hospital won’t tell you how the guy is unless you’re a relative, however the Police may give you limited information but again they may not.
Jamie I’ve deleted the pic as not sure it’ll help.Posted 4 years agothegreatapeMember
Talking about it will help. The police should be able to tell you the outcome, although not always straight away. There are a few things I’ve seen that just pop back into my head from time to time, even years afterwards, so I’m not sure that there’s much can be done about that, but talking to someone definitely helps process it.Posted 4 years agorene59Member
Pedestrian minor injuries but ok, two riders serious condition in hospital.
Police appealing for witnesses to contact them.Posted 4 years ago
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