I'm so thankful you're okay.
I couldn't have grabbed it anyway, I was fighting for balance. But it's not a bad idea.
You should file a police report even without the number. Sometimes good citizens call in to report seeing an accident with those kinds of particulars -- I've been known to do that -- and the police can match report with report.
No holding your breath, but stranger things have happened.
But to what end? I didn't sustain any real damage. I just feel like my life is chaotic enough right now.
You should still file a report- I'm so glad you're okay!
I know. I just don't wanna.
Damn! I'm glad you're (mostly) okay.
I'm glad you're okay!
Have you reported it? If Detroit is anything like many of the cities around here they MAY have recorded the incident.
Seriously, if the driver didn't even stop, any possible legal things should be brought down on top of their heads, hard.
Detroit Avenue, actually, in Cleveland. I probably should, but I am so averse to any further hassles in my life right now....
Oh, thank goodness you're OK.
Yeah, getting killed right before the bar and our trip to Europe would totally suck!
Glad to hear that you weren't seriously injured.
I had an incident in college where a woman almost ran me over with her car. I was ahead of her, riding on the side of the rode. She pulled up behind me, and then proceeded to pull her car into the side of my bike! I leapt off of my bike, landing on the sidewalk, as my bike flew ahead of me.
I turn to look at her, and she threw her arms up in the air at me. Not only did she have the nerve to be indignant with me after she nearly rammed into me, she did so as she was pulling over to park in a crosswalk. Parking in a frigging crosswalk.
If I wasn't so shaken by the whole incident, I would have really given her a piece of my mind.
Alas, I am no longer that spry - leaping from the bike would never be an option for me!
I'm glad you're okay. This is exactly why I think that more (all!) US cities need to have bike lanes - we don't because not many people would use them, but people don't use them because they're not there, and they face getting hurt or killed to make a point that there is demand? I really loved that in Oxford, where they have bike lanes everywhere, and I think it's crap that we can't do the same here. While the driver was, obviously, totally in the wrong, (and I don't care what her circumstances were, she was wrong) that shouldn't mean that you have to risk your life because we can't build bike lanes here.
I totally agree. I've lived places with a lot of bike paths and lanes, and it was great. Cleveland has a HUGE air pollution problem, and encouraging biking should be a top priority.
No, she went on around me once I was out of the road. I was too shaken at the time to think of it, and she got away from me before I could catch up with her.
I'm glad you're okay. It's nice to be alive, I always say, and today we can say it together! :D
Yeah, I'm fond of it myself!
Oh, I'm so glad you're not seriously hurt. That sounds terrifying and infuriating at the same time.
I wish for your sake that you - or somebody else - managed to catch the plate number; dangerous idiots on the road really need to be cited.
Also, a hot bath or shower and some anti-inflammatories sound like they should be on the menu for the evening.
Wow, I'm glad you're ok.
While I can totally understand with not wanting to deal with it because it's ONE MORE THING but I would also like to gently recommend that you file a report.
Again, thankfully you're not hurt, but that person fled the scene of a hit and run and that amount of dangerous self-involvement should be noted. The report probably won't amount to anything, so it would be a minimal hassle, and if the police do catch that bozo, they'll get nailed.
OMG! I'm so glad that you're ok!
damn! I'm glad you're all right, but damn. Crazy ass bus drivers...