I just found this at AmericaBlog, and it's startling--a bit graphic, so be warned--and a fascinating character study. A jaywalking man gets hit by a car that seems to come from nowhere alongside a second car that isn't where it should be either.
What I find even stranger than the crash--and the despicable desertion of the drivers--is that this man is lying unconscious in the middle of a busy road, and people largely go about their lives, walking on down the street. A motorcyclist looks like he's turning around to help, and then just keeps going. Once again, it is kind of graphic, but remember, the guy didn't die if that helps.
Video shows bystanders ignoring hit-and-run victim
. . .The chilling scene — captured on video by a streetlight surveillance camera — has touched off a round of soul-searching in Hartford, with the capital city's biggest newspaper blaring "SO INHUMANE" on the front page and the police chief lamenting: "We no longer have a moral compass. . ."
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