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  • It was 4:40am, I was on the way to the east by bike. A side mirror of a truck getting ahead of me hitted the back of my head. I fell down on the road. The truck didn't stop.


    Fortunately, I didn't recieve so serieous injuries and my bike seemed to be available. The tire just blew. Because most of hit-and-run accidents were not arrested I was going to continue my touring, but I was regretful so called the police.

    In waiting the police, a truck came from west and stopped near me. It was 5:15am. About 30 minutes have passed since the accident. He said "My truck might hit something like a branch or so."

    Can I think that he is a diligent person? If he didn't come back here, he might be able to run away. But he came back. Should I regard him as diligent? On the other hand, he hitted me and certainly ran away at least once. I, living the world living no god, distress about that.
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