A couple of weeks ago, I was struck by a minivan as I was walking across Yakima Avenue. Fortunately for me, a Moxee police cruiser happened to be at the stoplight, headed the opposite direction. You can read the complete story here.

Moxee's Officer Jensen mentioned that his dash cam might have recorded the incident. The.

I got the video by going to Moxee and filling out the paperwork to request a recording of the dash cam. They called me when it was ready and I paid my $5 fee.

I was a little apprehensive to watch it, so my 18-year-old son Benjamin said he would watch it first and let me know if he felt I should watch it.

He watched the video and reported back that the dash cam did not record the incident. The video starts after I was hit.

I heard that the dash cams in police cars only switch on when the sirens are turned on, which would have been after I was hit.

The driver of the vehicle has charges pending, including failing to yield the right of way to a pedestrian in a crosswalk, driving with a suspended license and having no insurance.