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i would say the guy in the mazda is at fault, there is a tree blocking the view of the guy in the camry so he would not be able to see the mazda coming and the mazda had plenty of time to stop but didnt
its either gonna be 70/30 in favor of the mazda or 100% the camry's fault.
doesn't matter if there is a tree blocking the view of the camry, its the camry's responsibility to check if its safe to turn. the mazda was in the intersection already by the time it turned red. so he ran a late yellow, not a red.
70/30 if the mazda is found to have sped up to run the late yellow. but the mazda could also argue he was past the point of a safe stop.
The Mazda didn't even run a red, it was a late yellow. The Camry should be at fault 100% for turning when unsafe. From the looks of it, the Camry sped up, trying to beat the light.
The only way I can see this being a 75/25 split in favor of the Mazda is if they say that the Mazda sped up to beat the light. However, there isn't conclusive evidence as the the motion of the dashcam driver slowing down can make it seem like the Mazda sped up, even if he didn't.
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Yellow = stop unless unsafe to do so. Given the road was dry, it was light out, and the Mazda was at least 10 car lengths from the intersection when the light turned yellow, he had time to stop, safely.
The Camry should've waited til he was sure the Mazda was going to attempt to stop.
Either way, ICBC's probably going to find both of them at fault, to the point where both of their premiums go up.
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It should be the Camry's fault, as the Mazda has the right of way regardless of it being green or yellow. If the Camry had a yield sign, then it SHOULD be the Camry's 100% fault. ICBC is a business however..
just the camry will be hit with this one, the mazda was in the intersection on the yellow, the camry has to wait till its clear "even if in the intersection on the red light"
This is what should happen. My first accident when I was 17 was the same thing. I was the Mazda and the guy I hit was the Camry, albeit the yellow had just turned. The cop issued me a ticket for running a red making the accident 100% my fault. I challenged the ticket and won a few months later and the judgement was reversed and became 100% his fault.