I was riding my bike when I came to an intersection that looked like two roads merging into one. I saw a car pulling out, and I saw another bicycle rider getting ready to pass the car on the left side. I also recognized that the other bicycle rider was going to be hit by the car.
To help the other bicycle from getting hit, I signaled the car, but the driver didn’t see me. I turned my bike to the left of the car to warn the other bicycle rider, I’m not sure if the other bicycle rider saw me, but the car hit me, and I fell off my bike, and when I hit the ground I was dragged for a couple of feet. My head hit the ground, but I didn’t feel anything as my head was sliding down the road while I was being dragged.
When the car driver realized what was happening, he stopped and helped me up. The other bicycle rider came over to see if I was alright. The other bicycle rider sad that he saw my head been dragged and wondered if I was okay. I told him not to worry, I didn’t feel anything. That I got hit attempting to warn him not to pass the car because he would be hit.
After the car’s driver helped me up, we picked up my bike, we found that the chain came off. We looked on the ground to find where the chain fell; but we could not immediately find the chain and we had to look for it.
After we found the chain and I turned the bike upside down to put the chain back on the bike. I saw that the gears was missing. There was no way I could put the chain back on the bike without the gears.
We looked for the gears but could not find them. I deemed that the bike was no good to me anymore. I had no choice but to push it back home.
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