No doubt the driver has some portion of the fault, but clearly not all the fault. Drivers have no control over the bridge's condition, for example. Even if we all shake hands and agree that striking the bridge is 100% the driver's fault (which we don't), the bridge should not have fallen.
Imagine me talking to someone in real life about this...I assert that the driver was at fault, the real person in front of me asks how I know, and I say "because someone online told me".
Yeah ****ing right. I wasn't born yesterday bro.
Links to evidence are all that matters.
I really don't understand you guys. How about this for evidence, since a picture says a thousand words:
He didn't just clip part of the bridge, he was so far to the right that he was at or near the 12' 6" point for his 15' 9" load. He hit it very solidly.
No way in hell he didn't go out knowing the bridge low point dimensions. Still on him if he didn't.
Last edited by Lord of Planar; 06-04-13 at 05:11 PM.
To me this doesnt make much sense.
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