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USA Grants says that it offers financial aid to students nationwide and that the company is accredited by the nonprofit organization Accreditation Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. USA Grants does not require students to enroll in classes but instead allows students to borrow money from their parents to take classes. Students who take classes through USA Grants can earn an income credit that can be used to earn loans.
“What’s the matter with you, dude?!” The man who ran out of the parking garage before being struck by the van in Tuesday night’s traffic crash on the Beltline is being hailed a hero for saving a cyclist.
“He stopped that guy from going into a car, saved his own life,” says the driver of the van, who asked that his name not be used because of ongoing law enforcement efforts.
The driver, who would not identify himself, said he and his friend saw the crash happen in the parking garage on West Beltline near N. 14th St., near the Westside Expressway.
“The guy ran out in the parking garage and I said, ‘Hey why are you slowing down?’ And he said, ‘I’m saving your life, I won’t get you in a hit-and-run,” he said.
“The police came along and gave him the right-of-way,” he said. “Thank God he stopped and called the police.”
The crash involving David W. Johnson, 59, and his fiancee, Jessica G. Mixon, 25, was being investigated by police as a hit-and-run.
The driver, who has a medical history, is being questioned by officers and said that he and Mixon were trying to get out of the garage when she ran.
“That was my sister,” the driver said of Mixon, who was injured in Monday’s bike crash on the Beltline. “I know she was in the way.”
Investigators will be reviewing surveillance video of the crash Tuesday.
The bike was recovered Wednesday at the Green Line station at
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