Editor Nick Gestido firstname.lastname@example.org
3:42 am on Sunday, January 20, 2013
The Accident happened at 2 27am in the 6500 Blk of Perring Parkway, just past the Northern Parkway Bridge. The Car failed to make the left turn, left the roadway to the right , went through the Guardrail, Down the embankment, and stream in to a tree. I was one of the 1st people at the Scene. I'm assuming it was the Driver of the car, who got out, and walked to the road, holding his stomach. By the time I went up and turned around, the Police,Fire dept, and medics were arriving on the scene, I have never seen so many Medical apparatus' on a scene in my entire life, especially for a single car accident.Surprisingly enough, i did not see the Medivac on the Scene, unless one of the ambulances took the passengers to the medivac at another location. Around 3am, A Medivac came past this accident, apparently going or coming from another accident. So very sad, I pray for the families of these Accidents, and the people who were in the cars.
1:49 pm on Friday, December 7, 2012
I couldnt agree better myself.. What a Piece of Trash!!! Although, the woman should have just given her purse, and let him go, so she didnt get hurt, but I understand, older people dont want to give up what they have, because they have so very little, Kudos to the Bystanders, Id love to see their names posted. I would have done the same, but so often so many just dont want to get involved. =)
6:34 pm on Thursday, December 6, 2012
This is So Heartbreaking... I guess if she wasnt in the cross walk its OK to run her down? What was the Women who was driving doing that she couldnt clearly see the woman crossing the street? =( SO Sad..
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