Sherriff Rosco

Morehead, KY

#22 Sep 7, 2011
I guess if they had a seat belt on and lost their life what would you talk about then? Guess by the statistics seat belts are safer but why in the world do you people gossip about that when someone has lost their life. Maybe it would saved her life but can you say that for sure NOPE. Pray for all involved and forget the seat belt crap
Info

Morehead, KY

#23 Sep 7, 2011
Sherriff Rosco wrote:
I guess if they had a seat belt on and lost their life what would you talk about then? Guess by the statistics seat belts are safer but why in the world do you people gossip about that when someone has lost their life. Maybe it would saved her life but can you say that for sure NOPE. Pray for all involved and forget the seat belt crap
I could not agree with you more! I have seen with my own eyes that seat belts are the safest, they have killed in the past. Its sad that some people complain about the seat belts than to focus their prayers and attention on the two innocent children whom are fighting for their lives at this point.
just a friend

Grayson, KY

#24 Sep 7, 2011
Please dont get on here and pass judgment whether the kids were restrained properly or not is really not the problem now. This family has lost there mother that alone is devastating. Jamie was an excellent mother who would not of done anything to put her children in danger. This family will be going through a rough time in the next few days and need all the prayers they can get. I pray for the children and the family I pray God will help them through this and they can find comfort.
Traci Stith Underwood

Florence, KY

#25 Sep 7, 2011
I have not been around the town in so many years now but just want to pass along my thoughts and prayers to Jamie's children, the teegarden family and the Usleaman family as well. Please know that you have thoughts and prayers of stregnth to you all from all over the place in this very very difficult time. Gina, we have never met but I know your family...please know that many of us who see these site understand that nothing is ever what it seems or how it is written on these sites/news...god bless each and every one of you. I have an angel in heaven I had to let go myself and I hope Jamie gets to meet her...as I know my Katie will be sending her blessings to Jamies children...I'm am so sorry to hear of this very very tragic situation...and that is exactly what this is...a tragic loss....
Tabatha Cooper

United States

#26 Sep 9, 2011
I want to send my prayers out to the family of Jamie Shields and the Teegardens, as well as the England family. This is a very tragic situation that happened, and they right now need our support and prayers not slandering the situation is not helping matters any so please just leave the seatbeat situation alone and focus on the family right now. And furthermore leave her alone and let her Rest In Peace. And everybody that knows Jamie knows she has 4 kids and the littlest one of all as he gets older will need good memories of his mom not bad ones.
Sherriff Rosco

Morehead, KY

#27 Sep 9, 2011
Tabatha Cooper wrote:
I want to send my prayers out to the family of Jamie Shields and the Teegardens, as well as the England family. This is a very tragic situation that happened, and they right now need our support and prayers not slandering the situation is not helping matters any so please just leave the seatbeat situation alone and focus on the family right now. And furthermore leave her alone and let her Rest In Peace. And everybody that knows Jamie knows she has 4 kids and the littlest one of all as he gets older will need good memories of his mom not bad ones.
AMEN and very well written
question

Maysville, KY

#28 Sep 9, 2011
How many babies did Jamie have?This is so very sad , May the Lord God comfort the family and community in this loss.You know we may give each other a hard time in this community , be we really do have a deep love for each other. Augusta is one big family if you think about it , always coming together when someone needs help.Even with all the Augusta drama I would not live any where else.We may be small town USA but we are a real community when it comes down to it.I pray the family can find some peace and understand that God called a mother home.She was taken up to Heaven to do the fathers work .Know that even though she is gone , she is still here in the hearts of this community and her beautiful family.May you find peace !! Also may the Lord Bless the man who works at Millers who came on the wreck and saved the life of the little boy. GOD puts us in those places to do his work.
Tea Party

Morehead, KY

#29 Sep 9, 2011
Actually, it doesn't say the children weren't wearing seat belts. It says they weren't properly restrained which means they weren't in a car seat or whatever is required by law for that age. They probably lived because they had seat belts on, their injuries probably would have been less severe if they were properly restrained. Any protection is better than no protection.
Info wrote:
AUGUSTA, Ky.- Police are investigating a fatal crash in Bracken County.
The crash happened on the Mary Ingles Highway (Route 8) near Wrangling Run Road in Augusta just after 10 a.m. Tuesday when 34-year-old Jamie Shields, of Augusta, Ky., was traveling northbound in a 2002 PT Cruiser and lost control. Shields dropped off the right side of the roadway, overcorrected, crossed the over the southbound lanes of Route 8, left the roadway and struck an earth embankment, according to Kentucky State Police
Shields was pronounced deceased at the scene and was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash, police say.
There were two juvenile passengers in the vehicle at the time of the collision who were also not restrained properly, according to police.
Two medical helicopters were called to the scene and the juveniles were transported to Cincinnati Children's and University Hospital by those helicopters.
Police have not released any other information at this time and the crash remains under investigation.
So the cops are just not telling the truth? Get real! We were only sending up prayers for the family until you got on here looking like an idiot. I bet the family and friends are really proud of you.
Monie

Maysville, KY

#30 Sep 9, 2011
Is the children that was in the accident ok?
Tabatha Cooper

United States

#31 Sep 10, 2011
As far as I know Shana is home and recovering, and as for Robbie still in hospital, and at I heard he was in a drug induced coma, due to a blood clot on the brain.
jason teegarden

Morehead, KY

#32 Sep 14, 2011
Out of respect I waited to get on here after my sisters funeral to defend my sister. I know she would do it for me. First I want to thank everyone that sent prayers, flowers, food etc.. and to everyone that paid their last respects to my sister. The funeral was very beautiful! Now to the ones that feel they need to get on here and talk about something that is none of their business but I do understand that some ppl don't have nothing better to do. No my sister was not wearing a seat belt.. for what reason I don't know. Cause everyone that KNEW my sister knows how she felt about not wearing your seat belts. The children did have the belts on!!! Her daughter put the shoulder part behind her back, how many of you do that? Her son is handicap and is in a booster seat. He was strapped into the car but he always took his arms out of the straps of the booster seat but was still buckled in the booster seat! My sister would never put her children in any harms way, her children was her life. Oh and for you soooo called "christian" no matter what when it is your turn to go you are going??? Seat belts don't save lives they just prevent bodly injuries! You cannot stop God from taking you.. EVERYTHING happens for a reason! So if you feel the need that you need to talk about this please.... please come talk to me or say this shit to my face. My sister was an amazing person, a very loving mother and my best friend! Jamie I love you and God only knows why!
CatLoverPerson

Beverly Hills, CA

#33 Sep 16, 2011
jason teegarden wrote:
Out of respect I waited to get on here after my sisters funeral to defend my sister. I know she would do it for me. First I want to thank everyone that sent prayers, flowers, food etc.. and to everyone that paid their last respects to my sister. The funeral was very beautiful! Now to the ones that feel they need to get on here and talk about something that is none of their business but I do understand that some ppl don't have nothing better to do. No my sister was not wearing a seat belt.. for what reason I don't know. Cause everyone that KNEW my sister knows how she felt about not wearing your seat belts. The children did have the belts on!!! Her daughter put the shoulder part behind her back, how many of you do that? Her son is handicap and is in a booster seat. He was strapped into the car but he always took his arms out of the straps of the booster seat but was still buckled in the booster seat! My sister would never put her children in any harms way, her children was her life. Oh and for you soooo called "christian" no matter what when it is your turn to go you are going??? Seat belts don't save lives they just prevent bodly injuries! You cannot stop God from taking you.. EVERYTHING happens for a reason! So if you feel the need that you need to talk about this please.... please come talk to me or say this shit to my face. My sister was an amazing person, a very loving mother and my best friend! Jamie I love you and God only knows why!
I'm sorry for the loss of your sister. I know it's hard to lose someone that you love. I was wondering if you could update me on the children. How are they doing?
concered aunt

Morehead, KY

#34 Sep 16, 2011
citizen wrote:
don't get so upset correction. Worry more about the children. Pray for them and their family. We all should buckle up, but sometimes you get distracted and forget,
they should take this off computer the girl was wearing her she belt she to it off to try and help her brother who was in the back seat covered in blood which his had tp be cut off of him and couldnt reach him she is 17 she doesnt need to be reminded of her present condition her brother still in hospital and her mom has passed .she goes on here like any teeager would to see what is said and when she does please take it in to comnsideration she has a long road ahead of her and she doesnt need to have it thrown in her face thank you her aunt jessie
Shana Shields

Morehead, KY

#38 Sep 23, 2011
Okay, for you dumb people that want to say shit me and my brother did have our seatbelts on!!!!!!! My mom was a great mother and took care of us like every mom should. So she always put my little brother in a seatbelt and made me do it. I t kills me how I'm going through this and people want to get on here and say shit. I'm sick of it, and I cant take it anymore. I'm TRYING to deal with my mom's death and to you sorry ass's that think they know what they are talking about make sure you know what your talking about before you go and run your little mouth!! I don't appreciate it at all and my family don't either. We all are still dealing with it and this is just making it worse. Why do people talk about people dieing????? Like really?? Get a life and shut the fuck up!
sarah kirk

United States

#39 Sep 23, 2011
my thoughts and prayers go out to you guys im so sorry.
citizen of Brooksville ky

United States

#40 Nov 1, 2011
Shana,
I don't personally know you but a close friend and a relative knows you.(Not mentioning names just for privacy reasons) Unfortunally there are people out there that are so inconsiderate that they think they know everything. They like to make thier little remarks, hell even make their on stories up about stuff they don't have a clue on. My family too has went through something very similar to yours. And I found this site and was so hurt when I read the things people were bitching and complaining about. My family member was in a 2 car accident on route 8 (in March) as well, one driver died and the other was in serious condition (dr.s had warned that she may not make it was well) and these people who get on here and comment and we know they are all local people, had the nerve to complain about how they had to sit and wait at the scene and how the raod was shut down and how one women had to go a whole 12 miles out of her way to get home and freaked cause gas is 3.59 a gal. But didn't think just maybe they saved her life cause it could have been her in the accident. Or how they accusmed the one driver was texting while driving and that was so not even the case, the accident was caused by sitting water in the road. People just want to get on here make thier comments so they can feel like they are apart of something. And they don't give a shit less how they make people feel, in our cases they don't care that someone lost a Daughter, a mother, a sister, an aunt. I have heard alot of things regarding my family members accident sometimes I just want to go off and start screaming and cursing at them telling them they don't know shit,(but why stup to thier level of ignorance) they have ABSOULTLY no idea what we have to go through the feelings and the hurt that we have, it is so easy for others to sit back and be so nasty and judgmental, but wait one day maybe not today and maybe not next year but tragity will hit them and thier family and then they will be where we are, crying, depressed, scared, unstable, heartbroken, and there will be people like them that post thier nasty little remarks like they have to us. Then maybe they will sit back and realize how much of an ass they were to us, at such a horrific time when we needed prayers and support and instead they gave us shit. Shana your mother may physically be gone but she will always be in your heart, and I know it's hard, God i know it's so hard,but i do promise it eventually gets easier. I almost lost someone so dear to my heart and I know what I had to go through and your situation is 100 times worst. But now all you can do is ignore these post ignore the gossip around town and take care of your self and your family, right now you need to grieve the lost of your mother and not grieve over these incompetent idiots that have nothing better to do. you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers and I wish the best for you and your brothers recovery cause you two have a long long long long road ahead of you and it's hard but as long as you surround your self with the poeple that matter the ones that love you, you will get through it. God Bless and honey don't focus on these post focus on your family, that's where your head needs to be!!!!!
Shana

Morehead, KY

#41 Nov 2, 2011
Tea Party wrote:
Actually, it doesn't say the children weren't wearing seat belts. It says they weren't properly restrained which means they weren't in a car seat or whatever is required by law for that age. They probably lived because they had seat belts on, their injuries probably would have been less severe if they were properly restrained. Any protection is better than no protection.
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ACTUALLY, me and my brother had our seat-belts on, I took mine off before everyone got there to try to help my little brother in the back but I couldn't move because I was hurt! And my little brother was in a car seat like he should be he was. We both were "properly restrained" as you say!! The only one that didn't have a seat belt on was my mom and I'm sure you people know that right?? Because you know everything, or atleast you think so! I'm sick of getting on here and defending my family. I'm already going through the worst time of my life and you just make it that much worse so shut up and do something with your life instead of talking about us!

Oh and if you don't know the real truth, then don't even try to act like you do! What's your name anyway? I sure would like to know!
Shana

Dahlonega, GA

#42 Dec 30, 2011
Anyone going to say something now??
why

Morehead, KY

#43 Dec 30, 2011
would you restart this thread? need a little attention?
family

Morehead, KY

#44 Jan 2, 2012
not trying to be a pain and i know this occured a few months ago but i this is my family and i know that the two children where in seat belts..the littest one was lucky enough to get the seat belt cut off him in time so that it didn't choke him to death..people in my church stated this to me! i know we should all wear seat belts but instead of worrying about them not wearing can be just be in concern for my family..just imagine if it were you're family..it hurts us all so bad with the loss of Jamie and i thank all for their prayers it is greatly appreciated.

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