Head On Collision Kills 6 People on Rt 219

Head On Collision Kills 6 People on Rt 219

PostBy: Lightning On: Wed Sep 04, 2013 10:13 pm

I travel this road on my bread route 5 days a week. This accident occurred just 2 hours after I drove thru that exact location, as I made my way north after servicing my accounts that Saturday afternoon...... I've since drove by and saw the spot where engine fluids had spilled all over the road. Makes me double check my seat belt and get a firmer grip on the steering wheel. :no1:


http://news.yahoo.com/crash-pa-highway- ... 50728.html
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Re: Head On Collision Kills 6 People on Rt 219

PostBy: anthony7812 On: Wed Sep 04, 2013 10:46 pm

Jesus, I seen that story on the evening news and man what a heartbreaking situation. Does make you question if its really needed to do that days traveling with kids in the car.
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Re: Head On Collision Kills 6 People on Rt 219

PostBy: Lightning On: Wed Sep 04, 2013 11:08 pm

anthony7812 wrote:Jesus, I seen that story on the evening news and man what a heartbreaking situation. Does make you question if its really needed to do that days traveling with kids in the car.
I've actually kept the kids home instead of letting them "go along for the ride" type thing.
Unnecessary travel = unnecessary risk.
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Re: Head On Collision Kills 6 People on Rt 219

PostBy: anthony7812 On: Wed Sep 04, 2013 11:19 pm

Its too bad, I remember growing up me, my cousins and aunts and uncles all hopping in the back of my grandpops pickup and he would through 'er in first and putt up the mountain on some desolate dirt road. Anymore everyone is in such a goddamn hurry and vehicles dont have "1st" gear anymore.
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