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KU police: No alcohol involved in Oct. 9 accident on campus

October 23, 2012

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A 20-year-old Kansas University student was cited for inattentive driving, but there was no alcohol involved in an Oct. 9 campus accident that sent another KU student to the hospital, according to an accident report from KU police.

Brian G. Maura’s Nissan Altima hit 21-year-old KU student Amanda Belford as Maura headed out of Lot 19 near Jayhawker Towers, 1603 W. 15th St., and onto Irving Hill Road shortly before 8 p.m. Belford, who was walking when hit, was taken to Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka and was later diagnosed with a concussion. Neither Belford nor Maura exhibited signs of intoxication, the report said.

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thin_mint 1 year, 5 months ago

I am old and cranky. Me hate students. They are younger than me. They have their whole lives in front of them. Me hate them. Me talk about them mean. Me sad.

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oldbaldguy 1 year, 5 months ago

they do step out in front of you, clueless.

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gccs14r 1 year, 5 months ago

I had to honk at a woman to get her to move on a green light at 19th & KY yesterday. We both went north, and when I passed her she had her head down, texting. Moron.

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consumer1 1 year, 5 months ago

Wait a minute here? KU police actually on campus??? NO WAY!!!!

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consumer1 1 year, 5 months ago

The Point still stands, gender identification regardless. Many students walk into the streets texting or not paying attention. Actually instead of the word students, people who text walk into the street not paying attention.

I suppose next we will have cute litting paintings on the street of s person texting on their cell phones telling driver's to share the road w/them???

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Topple 1 year, 5 months ago

If he was like most students on or around campus, he was probably head-down, texting while crossing the street with no regard for his own safety. You might have the right of way as pedestrian, but tell that to the idiot driver who just ran you over.

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