Parents find daughter, 18, dead in pa...

Parents find daughter, 18, dead in pal's Seaford home

There are 172 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 23, 2008, titled Parents find daughter, 18, dead in pal's Seaford home. In it, Newsday reports that:

A Massapequa couple's search for their teenage daughter after she failed to come home from a party ended in tragedy when they found her unconscious in the recreation room of a friend's Seaford home, they said.

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Boonton, NJ

#179 Jul 19, 2008
The house where it happened is for sale now. I wonder who will buy it.

“Massapequa Mom”

Since: Jul 08

Massapequa, NY

#180 Jul 19, 2008
Tony from Brooklyn wrote:
Interesting how this one junkie's death, albiet said, attracks all this attention. I wonder why that is?
Because it highlights a heretofore unacknowledged problem..not in my neighborhood, not my kid. Wrong!


#181 Jul 19, 2008
It's ashame that everyone keeps putting Natalie & her parents down - Girl made wrong choices - she's gone... Parents admitted they could not help her... they still have a younger child to raise - hopefully there thoughts will be directed there. Whats really important now - is this girls' "friends" (and I do use that term loosely) The people in the Plainedge, Massapequa, Seaford, Bethpage area know who these children are: Worry about them - they are STILL alive - for now!

Since: Jun 08

Brooklyn, NY

#182 Jul 19, 2008
Tony from Brooklyn wrote:
Interesting how this one junkie's death, albiet said, attracks all this attention. I wonder why that is?
Perhaps some guilty consciences?


#183 Sep 18, 2008
Death Race wrote:
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Perhaps some guilty consciences?
The parents don't care.

Bellmore, NY

#184 Nov 6, 2008
Here we go blaming the schools!

“say what you mean...”

Since: Nov 07

and mean what you say.

#185 Nov 7, 2008
StandardizedTest wrote:
Here we go blaming the schools!
even if this were to prove helpful, most people are still gonna place blame somewhere other than with themselves...parents blame the school, the school blames the parents. same old blame game. hardly anyone wants to take personal responsibility.

Brooklyn, NY

#186 Feb 4, 2010
concerned wrote:
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So if you know the truth, then you were there. Why didn't you call the cops. And if you weren't there then how do you know what really happened.
I was there and i no what happend.... her and the kid were both passed out on the couch laying with each other and she died in her sleep...the kid had no idea until her parents went to his house nd knocked on the door, got his mother and went to the garage were we chilled to see if they were in there....wen he woke up to unlock the garage door and let the parents in is when they all realized she was gone....yes it was an accident and yes the parents shuldve taken better action due to her previous o.d. 3 weeks prior were she woke up in the hospital and had no idea what happened....and her father shuldnt have contributed to her partying by buying her a bottle of liquor

Brooklyn, NY

#187 Feb 4, 2010
Ronnie wrote:
Because, just like her, everyone else who was hanging out there was drunk out of their minds, high as a kite and stoned to oblivion. That's why!!
Junkies do NOT look out for other junkies: they only look out for their next fix.
If someone is doing drugs THEY ARE A JUNKIE.
If someone is a junkie STAY AWAY FROM THEM.
yo fck you....I was there and just like other people there i was sober....not everyone there was doing drugs or as u say being a junkie... and your wrong most of the people there were like family we always looked out for one another.... o0o and asshole no one was able to help her because she died in her sleep on the couch while she was passed out with the kid who's house she was...they passed out a half hour after we had left.... other wise we would've fckn tried to help her in every way possible we wouldn't just let our friend die

“9/11 Twoof = STUPID ”

Since: Jun 07

Manhattan, New York

#188 Feb 4, 2010
but I am willing to be you are not 18 YEARS OLD !!!!!
Death Race wrote:
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I do have a heart, but I can assure you it doesn’t have a place for people who overdose. Does this story surprise you? This isn’t the first or last time a teen dies at a graduation party.
As far as being a pathetic loser, I’m not one who indulges in activity where I can die due to stupid actions.

Chicago, IL

#189 Feb 5, 2010
Seaford Trash, Harbor Rats.
Harbor Rat

Brooklyn, NY

#190 Feb 6, 2010
Seaford Trash (Harbor rats)

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