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Posted: Tuesday, September 28, 2010 6:11 am | Updated: 6:12 am, Tue Sep 28, 2010.

A Stockton man was in critical condition Monday afternoon after suffering brain injuries during a two-vehicle crash on Friday night in Morada.

Neil Lee Bullock, 47, was taken to Doctors Hospital in Modesto after the 6:45 p.m. crash on the East Highway 99 Frontage Road at Ashley Lane, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Angel Arceo.

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  • Jerry Bransom posted at 6:52 pm on Tue, Sep 28, 2010.

    Jerry Bransom Posts: 364

    Well you must not drive much Kevin and that is good. I cycle (Bicycle and MotorCycle) in that area too and those people who live there are the most inconsiderate drivers I can recall. I can clearly see that lady driving 20 MPH and no turn signal. it happens all the time. They don't even need a rear view mirror because they never look at it!! I learned (on my Motorcycle) that when they are going slow, BEWARE!!!

  • Kevin Paglia posted at 9:30 am on Tue, Sep 28, 2010.

    Kevin Paglia Posts: 2106

    I hope all people involved have a speedy recovery. That said:

    Why in the world would a motorcyclist try to pass a turning car in the direction they are turning? I wonder if other motorists would recognize his bike as having driven past them recklessly in the past. On the other hand, it is possible I guess the car driver didn't use a turn signal,. slowed and started the turn after Bullock made his move.

    I don't have a motorcycle (yet) but I do cycle a lot through town (and down Frontage road). One thing I always assume is that cars are there to do great harm to me, if I don't know what they are doing, I wait for them to make their move. More than once a car has turned right with no turn signal, right in front of me driving me up on the curb.



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