Am glad Lance made it out of this accident unscathed, and perhaps it will serve as a lesson
to be a more defensive driver.
hm tbh the accident doesn't look bad at all
By the way, heres the intersection the accident occurred at:
I must be gullible or something. My first reaction when I heard news about an accident was to think Lance or another driver must have been injured. Why else would a fender-bender make the news at all? Oh wait, I forgot. We live in the age of "everything is a big deal." My bad.
By the way, I know that intersection fairly well, and it's not the safest in the world. Or better said, people cannot drive, and that intersection tends to illuminate that fact.
2. Notice that the contact is not centered, but toward the passenger side of the front of the car. That would PERHAPS support the thought another poster had about someone pulling in front of him.
That's some silly looking car...
Guess the Star finally fired the Anti-Pacer agenda editor. :DQuote:
Pacers guard Lance Stephenson is "fine," a team spokesman said, following his involvement in a minor two-vehicle traffic accident Monday evening.
"He's practicing today," said David Benner, the team spokesman.
Police ticketed the driver of the other vehicle for driving without a license, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report.
The basketball player was headed to a "Shop with the Pacers" event at Greenwood Park Mall shortly before 6 p.m., a team spokesman said, when he rear-ended another vehicle driven by Tameisha Hinton, 30, Indianapolis, in the 7800 block of U.S. 31 South.
The Pacers player was taken to St. Francis Hospital to be checked out before being sent home, the spokesman said Monday night, and the incident was listed in a police report as a personal injury accident.