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My brother (minor) was crossing the street on his bicycle when he collided into a sedan. The other vehicle was going at 40-45 mph, on a residence street with speed limit of 25, as stated by a witness who saw everything from her porch. The police report disregard the witness statement about the speed and concluded that my brother hit the other vehicle; with a bicycle?#!@. But if he was crossing the street going southbound the the other vehicle was going westbound, I'm confused as to how there was damages on the windshield and front bumper and he is still at fault for 51%. He was not wearing a helmet but that shouldn't be counted toward who's fault. And the other person was not cited for speeding at all; could it be becuz she was 5'5'' blond, blue-eyes, 23 yrs old and weight 110 lbs?
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