Accident injures 4 in Avery County

An accident early Saturday morning involving one car has left four people injured, the Avery County Sheriff's office said. Full Story
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Anon

Bradenton, FL

#1 Oct 13, 2007
May get rest his soul and bless the 3 others and help them through this trying time. May He instill his knowledge to make sure they have learned a lesson and teach others the effects of drunk driving.
bill cooke

Burnsville, NC

#2 Oct 13, 2007
evidently one of the guys involved in the wreck has not learned his lesson. That person being BRANDON WATSON. this kid has been apart of 3 i said 3 deaths in the last 8 months. his buddy got killed trying to help him while he was a duputy and 2 weeks later he killed a 2 yr old in a wreck that was his fault. he has not learned his lesson and the da and the judge saud he would learn his lesson by giving him probation for criticaly injuring 2 ladies and making them disabled and seriously hurting a little girl and scaring her for life. Not counting killing the 2 yr old. now all you people that said that mr. watson was a good kid and just made a mistake lets hear you now. go ahead, i know make some kind of excuse for him now. this kid is dangerous and shoould be locked up for a long time. if i remember correctly he was on probation and a suspended sentence for the 2nd incident he was involved in. and now according to the nchp alcohol was involved w/a accident with this same guy. people open your eyes he is a true thug. now maybe he knows some of what the frye family was dealing with back several months ago. but he still has his life and his family has him . what does the frye family have??? not that precious 2 yr old!!!!!!!!!!
Mountain hillbilly

United States

#3 Oct 13, 2007
Who are you to judge somebody. And was you on the scene of the accident.No you wasn,t Brandon was not driving and sense you wasn,t there you don,t know who was drinking and who wasn,t.Its easy to sat around and look at everyone elses mistakes but you never look at your own. this kids could have been one of your own would you want people to make judgement on them like you are everyone elses.No you wouldnt.instead of judging them why don,t you try praying for them and their family. that would help more then judging.
hicks

United States

#4 Oct 13, 2007
now lets see what the court system does this time . who eles was involved

“RadicalDudette”

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#5 Oct 13, 2007
The paper on this thread has been updated to a death and 3 injured. Although the thread states
differently.

Someone in the AC-T computer room is goofing off....or is that jerking?

“RadicalDudette”

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#6 Oct 13, 2007
Mountain hillbilly wrote:
Who are you to judge somebody. And was you on the scene of the accident.No you wasn,t Brandon was not driving and sense you wasn,t there you don,t know who was drinking and who wasn,t.Its easy to sat around and look at everyone elses mistakes but you never look at your own. this kids could have been one of your own would you want people to make judgement on them like you are everyone elses.No you wouldnt.instead of judging them why don,t you try praying for them and their family. that would help more then judging.
Whey you fwom person? Ya caint evn spel.
Mountain hillbilly

United States

#7 Oct 13, 2007
MurphyMobile wrote:
<quoted text>
Whey you fwom person? Ya caint evn spel.

If you don't like my spelling don't read it.Besides I wasn't writing to you any way.
cloe marie

Atlanta, GA

#8 Oct 14, 2007
As far ar Brandon Watson, you probably don't even know him or anything about him aside from what the media tells you. Having grown up with Brandon i can tell you that he is a wonderful person, everyone makes mistakes. It just seems that Brandon has had a run of bad luck. No one knows what the future will hold Brandon did not know that when his friend was going to lose his life while trying to help him on a call. And he has to live with this for the rest of his life, and i think that is punishment enough. We should be thanking god for lifes that did not get taken, and praying for the family who lost there son.
A Cook

United States

#9 Oct 14, 2007
bill cooke wrote:
evidently one of the guys involved in the wreck has not learned his lesson. That person being BRANDON WATSON. this kid has been apart of 3 i said 3 deaths in the last 8 months. his buddy got killed trying to help him while he was a duputy and 2 weeks later he killed a 2 yr old in a wreck that was his fault. he has not learned his lesson and the da and the judge saud he would learn his lesson by giving him probation for criticaly injuring 2 ladies and making them disabled and seriously hurting a little girl and scaring her for life. Not counting killing the 2 yr old. now all you people that said that mr. watson was a good kid and just made a mistake lets hear you now. go ahead, i know make some kind of excuse for him now. this kid is dangerous and shoould be locked up for a long time. if i remember correctly he was on probation and a suspended sentence for the 2nd incident he was involved in. and now according to the nchp alcohol was involved w/a accident with this same guy. people open your eyes he is a true thug. now maybe he knows some of what the frye family was dealing with back several months ago. but he still has his life and his family has him . what does the frye family have??? not that precious 2 yr old!!!!!!!!!!
I don't know how you can consider Brandon a "part" in the deputy's death. The deputy was responding for back-up, he was the one that chose no seat belt, and was driving too fast. The only person that caused that, was the driver. The fact that he and Brandon were friends, and the fact that Brandon had asked for back-up doesn't make him culpable.
In regards to the death of Kennedy Frye, Brandon was punished by the court... he did not select his punishment, the court did. If you find fault with how he was prosecuted, you should take that up with the judge who made said ruling, and smear the judge's name all over the internet instead of criticizing someone who was injured in an accident.
As far as this wreck goes, I do not know who was driving, but from what I have heard, it was not Brandon. Right now he is lying in a hospital bed with injuries, his friend is dead (yet again) and he needs prayers, as do all the families that were involved in this horrible incident, instead of gum flapping from someone like you. Prayers for the Frye family are needed as well.
You wanted to criticize "mountain hillbilly" for his spelling, you wrote, "while he was a duputy"
It's DEPUTY. You further wrote, "probation for criticaly injuring" it's critcally. I am going to assume, although I am not sure you deserve the benefit of the doubt that "Shoould" and "Saud" are typographical errors.
juju

Clemmons, NC

#10 Oct 14, 2007
bill cooke wrote:
evidently one of the guys involved in the wreck has not learned his lesson. That person being BRANDON WATSON. this kid has been apart of 3 i said 3 deaths in the last 8 months. his buddy got killed trying to help him while he was a duputy and 2 weeks later he killed a 2 yr old in a wreck that was his fault. he has not learned his lesson and the da and the judge saud he would learn his lesson by giving him probation for criticaly injuring 2 ladies and making them disabled and seriously hurting a little girl and scaring her for life. Not counting killing the 2 yr old. now all you people that said that mr. watson was a good kid and just made a mistake lets hear you now. go ahead, i know make some kind of excuse for him now. this kid is dangerous and shoould be locked up for a long time. if i remember correctly he was on probation and a suspended sentence for the 2nd incident he was involved in. and now according to the nchp alcohol was involved w/a accident with this same guy. people open your eyes he is a true thug. now maybe he knows some of what the frye family was dealing with back several months ago. but he still has his life and his family has him . what does the frye family have??? not that precious 2 yr old!!!!!!!!!!
You my friend (and I take that term very loosely) is the thug. You don't even know what you are talking about on this poor excuse of a post you did. Brandon was not driving so this is in no way his fault!!!! He is very distraught about losing his friend, a friend he has had since 5 years of age, so why don't you say a prayer for him and his friend's family rather than spouting off sh-- in your post!!!! BTW go back to school so you can learn grammar and spelling!!
juju

Clemmons, NC

#11 Oct 14, 2007
MurphyMobile wrote:
<quoted text>
Whey you fwom person? Ya caint evn spel.
Thanks Murph, well said!
Mindy

Dade City, FL

#12 Oct 14, 2007
Regardless of who is at fault, this kids are now suffering because of the choices they ALL made. The all got in the car willingly. My niece is now laid up in an ICU bed in critical condition and I've lost my future newphew in law.

I was not going to respond this this banter, but it no of our responsibilities to place blame on any of them. Just pray for them and all of their family and friends involved...

Since: Sep 07

NC

#13 Oct 14, 2007
A Cook wrote:
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I don't know how you can consider Brandon a "part" in the deputy's death. The deputy was responding for back-up, he was the one that chose no seat belt, and was driving too fast. The only person that caused that, was the driver. The fact that he and Brandon were friends, and the fact that Brandon had asked for back-up doesn't make him culpable.
In regards to the death of Kennedy Frye, Brandon was punished by the court... he did not select his punishment, the court did. If you find fault with how he was prosecuted, you should take that up with the judge who made said ruling, and smear the judge's name all over the internet instead of criticizing someone who was injured in an accident.
As far as this wreck goes, I do not know who was driving, but from what I have heard, it was not Brandon. Right now he is lying in a hospital bed with injuries, his friend is dead (yet again) and he needs prayers, as do all the families that were involved in this horrible incident, instead of gum flapping from someone like you. Prayers for the Frye family are needed as well.
You wanted to criticize "mountain hillbilly" for his spelling, you wrote, "while he was a duputy"
It's DEPUTY. You further wrote, "probation for criticaly injuring" it's critcally. I am going to assume, although I am not sure you deserve the benefit of the doubt that "Shoould" and "Saud" are typographical errors.
If Brandon was in the car and the driver was drunk he is just as responsible as the driver. It is against the law to allow someone to drive drunk.
Anon

Asheville, NC

#14 Oct 14, 2007
I know a few of the people that were involved in the accident. There were 6 people in the car. 2 up front. 4 in the back. Brandon was not the driver, he was a passenger in the back seat. I hardly think that any previous mishaps of his have anything to do with these 6 young people being hurt or killed in this accident. Since Brandon was not the driver, he does not deserve to get locked up. The actual driver of the car suffered serious injuries, including numerous broken bones and brain damage.
beenthere

Asheville, NC

#15 Oct 14, 2007
bill cooke
Bless your heart. You, too, need our prayers for being so ignorant. It generally pays to get the facts before you run your mouth. Brandon is a wonderful young man who has had some bad luck lately. All the young people involved that night made bad choices. I make at least five bad choices a day. How about you? There is Only One who's job it is to judge Brandon, and pal, it AIN'T you. Here's a really easy thing for you to do, pray for all involved.
kurt

Wilmington, NC

#16 Oct 14, 2007
how many in the car? who all was injured? who died?
juju

Clemmons, NC

#17 Oct 14, 2007
Mindy wrote:
Regardless of who is at fault, this kids are now suffering because of the choices they ALL made. The all got in the car willingly. My niece is now laid up in an ICU bed in critical condition and I've lost my future newphew in law.
I was not going to respond this this banter, but it no of our responsibilities to place blame on any of them. Just pray for them and all of their family and friends involved...
]
I am praying for your niece and all of the other young people involved. I am a close relative of Brandon and I know that he thinks the world of your niece and Justin was his best friend. May God Bless Them and touch their bodies and heal them and give them strength to face the future. God Bless their families too!
juju

Clemmons, NC

#18 Oct 14, 2007
beenthere wrote:
bill cooke
Bless your heart. You, too, need our prayers for being so ignorant. It generally pays to get the facts before you run your mouth. Brandon is a wonderful young man who has had some bad luck lately. All the young people involved that night made bad choices. I make at least five bad choices a day. How about you? There is Only One who's job it is to judge Brandon, and pal, it AIN'T you. Here's a really easy thing for you to do, pray for all involved.
Thank you for your kind words!
Mindy

Dade City, FL

#19 Oct 14, 2007
juju wrote:
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I am praying for your niece and all of the other young people involved. I am a close relative of Brandon and I know that he thinks the world of your niece and Justin was his best friend. May God Bless Them and touch their bodies and heal them and give them strength to face the future. God Bless their families too!
Thank you. Krystina is a strong girl and will pull through this. She doesn't know about JD yet, she's been in an induced coma, but when she wakes up I'm going to be more afraid of her emotional injuries when we have to tell her. It's going to take a lot of strength to get through both her physical and emotional injuries.

Thank you again for you prayers and keep them coming! Our family, Justin's and all of those involved are going to need all the help we can get!
Concerned

Lenoir, NC

#20 Oct 14, 2007
This is just a tragedy for all involved. When you are so young, you just don't stop and think about what can happen. They are all just kids and their lives are changed forever. I don't know Brandon personally, but I grew up with his parents and uncles and what a wonderful family they are. This young boy has had bad luck and we still don't know all of the facts of this case. To those of you who are so quick to judge - you, your children, grandchildren, cousins, nieces and nephews and the rest of your family must be perfect and have never made any mistakes.

It's time to pray for and with these children and their families. I'm also going to pray about the hatred I've seen on these comments tonight. God bless.

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