Mother of crash victim seeks law requ...

Mother of crash victim seeks law requiring notification of family

There are 2 comments on the Journal Inquirer story from Jan 2, 2008, titled Mother of crash victim seeks law requiring notification of family. In it, Journal Inquirer reports that:

“The next step would be to elicit testimony to find out why this happened.”

A life full of promise was cut short on a rainy summer night in 2006 when Michelle M. Saccoccio, 20, died in a car accident in the Broad Brook section of town. via Journal Inquirer

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just me

AOL

#1 Jan 2, 2008
I hope the law passed I know that in my brothers accident the parents of the kid who passed away were not notified right away either. they actually had to call to find out what had happened. It's very sad.
you have my vote for "Michelle's Law"
Sarah

United States

#2 Jan 2, 2008
Well, well, another mistake by the EWPD, how many more will they make before the town starts to look at the top two and see why so much has gone wrong since they have joined the force? Are they going to try to lie their way out of this one too?

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