Texting Driver Slams into Cyclist, You Won’t Believe What She Tells Police
If you're on a bike, Kimberly Davis is your worst nightmare. She also would not be a very remorseful person if she hit you while she was texting and driving. You won't believe what she told police after she took down a cyclist.
Her response to the incident? 'I, like, just don't care'.
The 21-year-old Australian woman was super angry when she slammed into a bicyclist while texting late last year, because of the dents the victim and his bike made in her car. dents in her car. Nevermind his spinal fracture and three months hospital where doctors told him he was lucky not to have been paralyzed. ButDavis couldn't be more disinterested in his misery, according to HuffingtonPost.com.
Two days after the September 30th incident Kimberly told police, "I just don’t care because I’ve already been through a lot of bullsh*t and my car is, like, pretty expensive and now I have to fix it,". "I’m kind of pissed off that the cyclist has hit the side of my car. I don’t agree that people texting and driving could hit a cyclist. I wasn’t on my phone when I hit the cyclist."
Davis, of Port Fairy, pleaded guilty on Monday to dangerous driving and was fined $4,500. Evidence showed she used her phone behind the wheel 44 times that day before running down the cyclist, texting nine different people. She parked more than 300 feet away from the victim after calling for medical help, but refused to offer him any until authorities arrived.
Davis couldn't contain her sadness after the loss of her license, and she made her woes known on Facebook:
Davis initially lost her license for nine months, but after a judge found out of her ignorance on social media, he suspended her for another nine months.