Her car crashed into the cyclist, launching his body toward her windshield — and his face smacked into the glass right above her steering wheel, inches away from her face.
Freya Markowski, screaming, jumped out of her car and rushed to the bloody body.
“I’m sorry!” Markowski shouted.
Other motorists pulled over, and she remembers crying on the ground next to a car wash until Metro police officers came.
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Moments earlier, Markowski — off her bipolar meds for the first time in years — heard a million manic voices in her head while driving in Berry Hill on April 27 last year.
She went through the red light at 40 miles an hour. The young cyclist went to the emergency room with a spinal cord injury that left him unable to move …
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