Driver who swerved and hit a motorcycle: ‘I don’t care’

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GRANBURY, Texas — A motorcycle crash that left two people injured was caught on video by another motorcyclist’s helmet camera.

Eric Sanders and his friend were riding their motorcycles down a road in Granbury, Texas, on Saturday when a car suddenly swerved and clipped his motorcycle, throwing Sanders and his girlfriend off the bike.

“I’ve got a gouge in my elbow that is bone-deep,” Sanders told WFAA.

Video posted to Facebook shows Sanders’ friend confronting the driver of the car.

“What were you doing? You hit them,” the friend said.

“I don’t care,” the driver of the car said.

The man in the video repeatedly said he doesn’t care because he “got stung by a wasp.”

Sanders is recovering after suffering minor injuries, but his girlfriend remains in the hospital.

“They’re worried about infection,” Sanders said. “If her arm gets infected, they’re going to have to amputate it.”

According to WFAA, no one has been ticketed for the accident or for the pass in double-yellow lines.

The Texas Department of Public Safety said it is investigating whether the man intentionally crashed into Sanders.