Beaverton cyclist arrested for road rage

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Tuesday, September 05, 2006
By Yokota Fritz


Beaverton, Oregon bike-rider Dan Koch intentionally rammed a car and was arrested for disorderly conduct, according to witnesses. Question: When's the last time a motorist was arrested for running cyclists off the road?

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Finnish opera singer Esa Ruuttunen was riding his bicycle to rehearsal when a squirrel ran into Esa's bike spokes. The singer suffered a concussion and broken nose. The squirrel died. There's no report on how the bicycle fared in the accident.

On August 16, New York Governor Pataki ratified Assembly Bill A04914, which authorizes the mandatory revocation or suspension of a driver's license where a right-of-way violation leads to serious injury or death of another person. The bill also authorizes courts to require persons convicted of such right-of-way violations that caused serious physical injury or death to participate in a motor vehicle crash prevention course.
Photo info: strange but true bike arrest by BikePortland.org.


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That guy should be arrested for those disgusting pants as well. Tell me that is not in fashion anywhere.
 
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