on my way home from work. I was stopped maybe two or three cars back from the intersection, the green light had only just turned green. There's usually a second or two delay before the first person gets going, normal. Out of the corner of my eye I see something moving really fast... a biker is flying through, trying to make his way across the intersection... this guy, is no joke, trying to make an intersection 4-5 seconds after our green came. There are three lanes going in my direction, the left turn lane, a straight lane, and a straight/right-turn lane. There's noone in that straight/right-turn lane at the time. Then, I see a blue Jeep come flying up that lane... the biker does NOT see this. Biker is still flying in front of us, trying to cross the intersection and I'm sitting there thinking that only one thing can come of this... a dead biker. I'm sitting there in my car, just stunned, too frozen to think to do anything, honk, whatever... just waiting for the inevitable happen. Time seems to slow down, and my vision is blocked by the car at the front of my line... I see the Blue jeep slam on the brakes and swerve. No crashing noise. Then I see the biker picking himself and his bike off the ground, the Jeep actually missed him! The biker is holding his arm, brushing himself off and looking up the street to where the Jeep had gone, glaring. I didn't know whether or not to yell at the biker, "You ****ing idiot, what the hell were you thinking trying to make that intersection?!" Instead, I yell out "Are you OK?"... guy nods and gets on his bike. Meanwhile, I look ahead... the Jeep hasn't stopped, the driver just kept going! I mean, fine... the biker was an idiot... but you almost ****ing killed a fellow human being! Wouldn't you at least stop, turn around and look to see that the guy is okay? Fine, blame the biker... but what if he had died? Suddenly you go from callousness towards another human being to criminal charges and jail time. I was just stunned by it all... the sheer stupidity of that biker... the appalling disrespect to someone you almost killed. Both of those people are incredibly fortunate and I would hope they both learned something from it... but jeez!