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June 28, 2004, 12:53 PM

Keep your eye on the pedestrian.....

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June 28, 2004, 04:52 PM

that is f- ed up
I wonder if that was doctored

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damn talk about having a bad day.
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June 29, 2004, 08:19 AM




Dayton Police release dramatic video that shows an SUV landing on top of a pedestrian after a crash.

It happened yesterday at West Third and Edwin C. Moses.

There are cameras at the intersection to catch red light runners.

They show the victim walking in the cross walk when a car and an SUV crashed.

TheSUV then rolled over onto the pedestrian.

Police say it all started when the driver of a PT Cruiser ran a red light and slammed into the SUV.

At least one passerby wittnessed the crash and called 9-1-1.

Police say the drivers got away with minor injuries.

But the pedestrian, 43-year-old Scott Tegtmeyer was critically injured.

Now, prosecutors are taking a close look at the video to determine what charges the driver of the p-t cruiser could face.

Investigators say analysis of the video has already revealed some crucial factors.

Pollicesay the light had been red for 28 seconds when the p-t cruiser entered the intersection.

They sayTegtmeyer should not have been crossing the street at the time because the crosswalk signal was red.

Amazingly, investigators also say that themassive dent left on the side of the SUV, caused by the impact of the crash, created a hallow space that keept Tegtmeyer from being crushed to death as the vehicle rolled over him.

Tegtmeyer was listed in serious condition Monday night.

So far, no charges have been filed.
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June 29, 2004, 08:48 AM

Must've been a 23 year old woman on the cell phone...

Cops should've pulled the guy out of the cruiser and shot him on site just for principal.

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June 29, 2004, 08:53 PM

Whoa! Hope that guy can walk again after that!
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