Exactly. All the poot traffic accident investigating won't change the fact that Lamb was at fault.Maybenaut wrote: ↑Mon May 21, 2018 8:46 pmExactly. The truck could have been stopped and it would have been Lamb's fault. You have to pay attention.Sam the Centipede wrote: ↑Mon May 21, 2018 8:15 pmI don't think Lamb was "driving too close" in the usual sense of the phrase, which would suggest something akin to tailgating. Rather, the mess of the accident suggests Lamb was probably messing with his phone (or some other entertainment device) and almost completely unaware of the road ahead, when either ka-boom! or, he looked up, saw the tractor filling his windshield then ka-boom!
But, yes, absolutely the accident was 100% Lamb's fault. The slowness of the tractor is wholly irrelevant as every driver has an absolute duty to (1) be aware of the road ahead at all times, (2) drive safely in the current road and traffic conditions, and (3) not crash into anything ahead of his vehicle. Lamb failed to do all three; he is irresponsible and dangerous and has no-one to blame but his sorry, bigoted, stupid self.
I expect that they will be in denial for the foreseeable future.