On Tuesday morning, the jury had heard the testimony of Terry Johnson, the friend who was riding with Scott but cleared the intersection before Janklow ran the stop sign, the driver Janklow passed just before the collision, and witnesses to the actual impact. On Wednesday, the officer who pursued him and clocked him at 92 mph when he did the same thing at that intersectionm -- although without the impact -- testified along with the driver who Janklow almost hit at that time. A medic at the scene, who is a diabetixc himself, testified that Janklow did not appear to be suffering from low blood sugar but that he did have a soda and candy at the scene, which might indicate low blood sugar. The EMT also said that Janklow told him that he had eaten earlier. The statement about eating contradicts the testimony of Janklow's aide, who was riding with him at the time of the crash. A Highway Patrol accident reconstructionist testified about Janklow's speeds and how the accident unfolded.