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Posted by: thepinetree on 07/03/2021 01:55 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 07/03/2021 01:55 PM
Expires: 01/01/2026 12:00 AM
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Traffic Update....Hit & Run Collision Near Hwy 4 & Stallion Way

Copperopolis, CA...Traffic Update....Hit & Run Collision Near Hwy 4 & Stallion Way






Incident: 00197 Type: Hit and Run No Injuries Location: Sr4 / Stallion Way Loc Desc: EB 4 AT STALLION Lat/Lon: 38.053294 -120.621834
Detail Information
12:58 PM 7 [27] [Rotation Request Comment] *** 1039 SAM BERRI 728-3931 ***
12:57 PM 6 [26] A49-001 1185
12:35 PM 5 [21] 1039 TUCO / SEND CITE INFO
12:31 PM 4 [19] A49-002 UTL ON TC OUT W/ 49-4
12:17 PM 3 [8] A49-004 BEHIND THE VEH
12:14 PM 2 [3] WHI FORD PU W/ 2D / MISSING RIGHT MIRROR FM TC
12:14 PM 1 [1] WHI PU HIT FENCE AFTER TAKING CURVE TOO FAST
Unit Information
1:23 PM 11 Unit Cleared
12:55 PM 10 Unit Assigned
12:57 PM 9 Unit Cleared
12:26 PM 8 Unit Assigned
12:19 PM 7 Unit At Scene
12:17 PM 6 Unit Enroute
12:17 PM 5 Unit Assigned
1:23 PM 4 Unit Cleared
12:26 PM 3 Unit At Scene
12:17 PM 2 Unit Enroute
12:17 PM 1 Unit Assigned


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Too fast
Posted on: 2021-07-03 14:17:26   By: Anonymous
 
I would have never guessed.
Pretty stupid to hit and run. Just multiplies the charges.
Do you think alcohol was involved?
How come Cannabis users usually don't wind up in these situations? Conservatards and dotards use the Cannabis industry as a scapegoat when it's almost always alcohol that contributes to these accidents.

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    Re: Too fast
    Posted on: 2021-07-03 19:04:56   By: Anonymous
     
    Stoned Pot Heads do much of this exact sort of thing. Many do not even license their vehicles so of course they would run. We need to demand better testing of the Pot Heads because as it is too many are getting away with this exact thing.

    You will be very sorry in older life that you have consumed all these drugs. That is, if you make it to older life, not dead or locked up for killing someone.

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    Re: Too fast
    Posted on: 2021-07-04 07:59:16   By: Anonymous
     
    I just love to hear the ignorant, uniformed dolts from the left blabbering their stupidity. Alcohol impairment has always been a factor in many accidents since the cars first rolled their tires on the ground, and marijuana has also caused many accidents and it's all fact.
    "Auto Accidents Appear to Have Increased in States Which Have Legalized Marijuana
    A September 2015 report created by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Traffic Area (RMHIDTA)— a collaboration of federal, state and local drug enforcement agencies—found that marijuana legalization could have resulted in, among other things, an increase in impaired driving.

    In Colorado alone, traffic deaths which were linked to marijuana usage increased by 154 percent between 2006 and 2014. Colorado emergency room hospital visits which were “likely related” to marijuana usage increased by 77 percent from 2011 to 2014.

    But further research by the U.S. Department of Transportation strongly suggests that marijuana is not the reason for these auto accidents.

    In Washington, a survey was conducted to put together research involving drugs and alcohol inhibiting driving skills. The report, released July 2016, found that of approximately 2,400 participants who voluntarily provided an oral fluid or blood sample, between 15 percent of drivers and 21 percent of drivers tested positive for THC (the active ingredient in marijuana).

    The study found that there was a statistically significant increase in daytime prevalence of THC-positive drivers between the time before marijuana legalization and after legalization. However, the study did not find a statistically significant increase in THC-positive nighttime drivers. Of critical importance, this study did not attempt to measure—nor did it find—an increased correlation between auto accidents due to impairment by marijuana.

    In short, the study simply found an increase in marijuana use among drivers in Colorado after legalization."



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    Re: Too fast
    Posted on: 2021-07-04 08:15:39   By: Anonymous
     
    I just love to hear the ignorant, uninformed dolts from the left blabbering their stupidity. Alcohol impairment has always been a factor in many accidents since the cars first rolled their tires on the ground, and marijuana has also caused many accidents and it's all fact.
    "Auto Accidents Appear to Have Increased in States Which Have Legalized Marijuana
    A September 2015 report created by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Traffic Area (RMHIDTA)— a collaboration of federal, state and local drug enforcement agencies—found that marijuana legalization could have resulted in, among other things, an increase in impaired driving.

    In Colorado alone, traffic deaths which were linked to marijuana usage increased by 154 percent between 2006 and 2014. Colorado emergency room hospital visits which were “likely related” to marijuana usage increased by 77 percent from 2011 to 2014.

    But further research by the U.S. Department of Transportation strongly suggests that marijuana is not the reason for these auto accidents.

    In Washington, a survey was conducted to put together research involving drugs and alcohol inhibiting driving skills. The report, released July 2016, found that of approximately 2,400 participants who voluntarily provided an oral fluid or blood sample, between 15 percent of drivers and 21 percent of drivers tested positive for THC (the active ingredient in marijuana).

    The study found that there was a statistically significant increase in daytime prevalence of THC-positive drivers between the time before marijuana legalization and after legalization. However, the study did not find a statistically significant increase in THC-positive nighttime drivers. Of critical importance, this study did not attempt to measure—nor did it find—an increased correlation between auto accidents due to impairment by marijuana.

    In short, the study simply found an increase in marijuana use among drivers in Colorado after legalization."



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      Re: Too fast and increased use of mj in CO
      Posted on: 2021-07-04 09:26:12   By: Anonymous
       
      AND do you have a point to make since you posted twice?

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      Re: Too fast
      Posted on: 2021-07-04 10:08:27   By: Anonymous
       
      Oh please use Colorado data to support your crap. If things are so rosy in Colorado please explain why they are tightening up the rules. Most counties in Colorado do not allow it but I'm sure you are already aware of that point. Is your data based only on only those counties that are pro-pot or are you intending to skew the numbers by including all of Colorado in what you are saying?

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No Subject
Posted on: 2021-07-03 14:23:03   By: Anonymous
 
Pot growers got to get to market while prices are good! There's
So much pot growing up here its hard to make a dime at it ! Please someone explain to the supervisors in charge that we need some financial assistance - like crop insurance as a bounos for our participation. But we're not going to pay for it, take it out of the General Fund like you do most pot expenses. Let the dump-ass residents pay for it so we can enjoy this gravy train "toot - toot"

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2021-07-03 14:56:22   By: Anonymous
     
    Lol, pot users are traveling at 10 MPH!

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2021-07-03 15:16:50   By: Anonymous
       
      Marijuana users smoke it most all day long! Alcohol users don’t start until around 5:00p.m. Big difference there.

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        Re: 5pm cocktail hour
        Posted on: 2021-07-03 16:07:25   By: Anonymous
         
        I know plenty that start drinking by noon.
        Lots of coherent functioning pot smokers.
        Not many drinkers can function well after a few drinks. That's why cocktail hour was in the evening.

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          Re: 5pm cocktail hour
          Posted on: 2021-07-03 16:17:45   By: Anonymous
           
          So let get this straight. Tax payers are going to tagged via caltrans for 22 million or so to straighten out the road? Because idiots cannot drive on a road such as this one? I would also question caltrans wisdom in the posted speed limit, not that has any effect on these people.

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          Re: 5pm cocktail hour
          Posted on: 2021-07-03 19:10:05   By: Anonymous
           
          No drug user/addict is functioning normal. Pot Heads are no different than alcohol or prescription drug users and should not be driving under the influence ever.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2021-07-03 17:12:48   By: Anonymous
         
        Pot smokers wait until 4:20 and it's always 4:20 somewhere

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2021-07-03 18:32:07   By: Anonymous
           
          As the saying goes, let’s all get stoned in the morning and drunk in the afternoon. Now, we have a drug addict and a alcoholic. That’s a very productive lifestyle. Sooner than later, going to bite you in the ass. Good luck.

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            Re:
            Posted on: 2021-07-03 19:14:56   By: Anonymous
             
            Exactly. Mentally deficient thinking trying to defend one mind altering, reaction subduing substance over another is nothing short of insane. An addict and their denial is an age old thing.

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              Re:
              Posted on: 2021-07-03 22:06:36   By: Anonymous
               
              Gay Bay Fools

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                Re:
                Posted on: 2021-07-04 09:13:35   By: Anonymous
                 
                Good grief defending either one, really ?

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