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I was recently involved in an accident at a T-intersection. I was at a stop sign and was preparing to make a left-hand turn. I looked to my left, saw no vehicle, and proceeded to make the left turn and hit into the middle of a van coming from my left.
The road the other driver was on has two lanes in each direction. In the direction he was traveling, right lane is a turning lane into the road I was on and is divided off by a line of white sticks. As I did not see the driver, I believe he was speeding and changed lanes out of turning lane just before divider. This would have given me only a second or two to react.
The officer was not present for the accident. My Vehicle = Front End Damage, His Vehicle = Middle of Passenger Side.
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