Logan truck driver charged in hit-skip

Logan truck driver charged in hit-skip

There are 10 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Sep 17, 2009, titled Logan truck driver charged in hit-skip. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

A Hocking County man is charged with two counts of aggravated vehicular assault, accused of driving a logging truck that struck and injured a Bremen father and son bicycling near the village July 17 and then fleeing the scene.

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Stop The Abuse

Coshocton, OH

#1 Sep 17, 2009
Must have been pretty damn DRUNK not to know that he had HIT 2 people and left them laying in the ditch to DIE. Thank GOD for the person who found them. This man should have been arrested sooner. He admitted to DRINKING and hopefully this has taught the man a lesson NOT TO DRINK AND DRIVE!!!!!! I hope this man is never allowed to drive again, he obviously has NO HEART or he would have stopped. I don't buy this shit that he didn't knowhe had hit something. Finally some Justice for the Axe family. Get Well Soon Hunter!!!!!
Connie

Columbus, OH

#2 Sep 17, 2009
He doesn't remember hitting anyone but remembers drinking "fire water"? Okkkkkkkkkkk.
Been There

Columbus, OH

#3 Sep 17, 2009
Have you ever been a passenger in an 18-wheeler and been in accident?

I have. My cousin, the driver of the 18 wheeler, said, "Hold on, we are going to get hit by pickup who can't stop!" I said, "When?" He said, "We've already been hit!" I said, "I didn't feel a thing!"

So, even when no drinking is involved, it can happen and one not know it!

Since this guy was drinking, and he said he didn't know he hit anything, I would believe him.

Please understand, I DO NOT condone his drinking and driving!!
Stop The Abuse wrote:
Must have been pretty damn DRUNK not to know that he had HIT 2 people and left them laying in the ditch to DIE. Thank GOD for the person who found them. This man should have been arrested sooner. He admitted to DRINKING and hopefully this has taught the man a lesson NOT TO DRINK AND DRIVE!!!!!! I hope this man is never allowed to drive again, he obviously has NO HEART or he would have stopped. I don't buy this **** that he didn't knowhe had hit something. Finally some Justice for the Axe family. Get Well Soon Hunter!!!!!
Jon

United States

#4 Sep 17, 2009
Driving a 18 wheeler is a monumental responsibility . More so than a small vehicle due to the size and weight of the truck + the cargo the truck is carrying ,There forth a special operators license is required to operate such a large and heavy vehicle which can kill or injure with the slightest of impact . Just one more reason why the speed limit should be lower for the larger and heavier vehicles which are sometimes carrying hazardous cargos too . There is a real difference at impact and Responsibility should be a key element for anyone operating a Tractor -Semitrailer . Along with responsibility , Accountability by the driver and owner must be enforced and held to a higher standard .
Bodie

Columbus, OH

#5 Sep 17, 2009
Ity's Hocking County. Down there they don't wesr seatbelts and all drive like idiots so what do you expect from a drunken idiot like Ogle
It proves that although you can't fix stupid ya sure can breed it in them hills.
HAPPY CRAB

Intercession City, FL

#6 Sep 17, 2009
Bodie wrote:
Ity's Hocking County. Down there they don't wesr seatbelts and all drive like idiots so what do you expect from a drunken idiot like Ogle
It proves that although you can't fix stupid ya sure can breed it in them hills.
You tell them, Grove Tucky. I believe we met before. Aren't you the guy who was looking for the greeting card that said "Happy Birthday Uncle Daddy"?
truckers wife

Chesterfield, MO

#7 Sep 17, 2009
Jon wrote:
Driving a 18 wheeler is a monumental responsibility . More so than a small vehicle due to the size and weight of the truck + the cargo the truck is carrying ,There forth a special operators license is required to operate such a large and heavy vehicle which can kill or injure with the slightest of impact . Just one more reason why the speed limit should be lower for the larger and heavier vehicles which are sometimes carrying hazardous cargos too . There is a real difference at impact and Responsibility should be a key element for anyone operating a Tractor -Semitrailer . Along with responsibility , Accountability by the driver and owner must be enforced and held to a higher standard .
you can still drive 65 and be responsible in a big truck
CMH Rick

Danville, IA

#8 Sep 17, 2009
The driver of a commercial vehicle is held to a higher standard than someone with just an operaters license. If this man is convicted of these charges he will NEVER again for the rest of his life be able to get a CDL.

I agree with this higher standard policy, and would only hope that Law Enforcement and Elected Officials would be held to the same higher standards. But that will never happen.
website for the family

United States

#9 Sep 17, 2009
Bodie

Columbus, OH

#10 Sep 18, 2009
Grovetucky has earned it's name Bubba.
4 Wheelers being driven in the city parks.
Beulah park To Have Slots in the middle of town.
No Sports in the schools.
Lots of Uncles Daddy's here running the show.

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