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posted by East Hull in Local

Mark Allen

February 1, 2013

This is the first time I have ever done this, so for all of you out there who (maybe) get this please be patience.

I've known Mark Allen for most of my life and I am 52 yrs. old. He is a good man and I'm sure if he could take all of this back, he would! When people ride motor cycles and bicycles on the road, I think they should understand the risk. Motor cycles and bicycles are no match for a vehical (or aminmals for that matter). I go to work in the dark and I see people walking on the road in dark suites or bicycle's in back suites. When will the commuities stop that?

I feel very bad for the lose of life, but I don't think that jail time is ever warrented for someome who just did'n'd see someone comimg down the road. As best I can tell, He wasn't under the influience of antything. Maybe Athens should start putting more lights on the morotercycles.
East Hull

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