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One Trooper Killed, One Injured In Crash | Ohio News Network (ONN)

There are 27 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Feb 4, 2010, titled One Trooper Killed, One Injured In Crash | Ohio News Network (ONN). In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

An Ohio State Trooper was killed Thursday evening and another one injured after an accident in Wyandot County.

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Since: Jan 10

United States

#1 Feb 4, 2010
I am so sorry for the family of Andrew. I pray for complete and fast recovery for the other officer. May God comfort those involved in any manner.

Mansfield, OH

#2 Feb 5, 2010
Rest in peace, brother. Our prayers are with you and you family.

Mansfield, OH

#3 Feb 5, 2010
Our prayers go out to Tpr. McLaughlin for a quick and full recovery.

United States

#5 Feb 5, 2010
As a 1/2 unit my heart breaks for both families. May God comfort and guide you through this trying time.
This Republican

United States

#6 Feb 5, 2010
Obviously they didn't teach him to drive. Glad I wasn't on the road at the time.
Born American

Columbus, OH

#7 Feb 5, 2010
This Republican wrote:
Obviously they didn't teach him to drive. Glad I wasn't on the road at the time.
Thanks for the input troll, now go crawl back to mommys basement.

Mount Gilead, OH

#9 Feb 5, 2010
First of all my prayers go out to the family effected today. As of for you, "This Republican", I dont even know where to start with you. They are trained in there job to the fullest. I can't believe you are that disrespectful. Now go and play your xbox in your parents basement as Born American refered to earlier. You piece of trash.

Centerburg, OH

#10 Feb 5, 2010
This Republican wrote:
Obviously they didn't teach him to drive. Glad I wasn't on the road at the time.
Obviously you are an idot and don't know anything and most likly you aren't legal to be on the road.

Centerburg, OH

#11 Feb 5, 2010
Pretty impressive a human as dumb as the "Reppublican" has a computer - who typed the message for you?

Ellicott City, MD

#12 Feb 5, 2010
"This Republican," you can't be a real Republican. It's much more likely that you are an inner-city thug who hates the "Po-LEECE" because they tend to interrupt your crack-dealing on a daily basis.
Get a life, bonehead.

Naperville, IL

#13 Feb 5, 2010
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Baldridge family in Carey, Ohio. I personally knew the young man and he was a very responsible person. He would have given a stranger the shirt on his back. He truely wanted to help and be there for others. His life long dream was to be a trooper. He would have made a great one. In regards to the "republican", how about just offering condolences to the family. You weren't there at the scene so you don't know the details and you obviously did not know Andy. You probably know nothing about what the job truely entails. I know that every LEO out there has responded somewhere way too fast & in hindsight realized that it was not a smart decision. For Andy, that was not the case. I'm not going to sit here and go back and forth as if in a pissing match! That is ignorance! Human is human. Andy, You will be missed by so many who love you.
Momma Mia

Naperville, IL

#14 Feb 5, 2010
I also knew Trooper Andy Baldridge. He and I grew up in Carey though he was about 5 years younger than I. I just want to offer condolences to the Baldridge family. Andy was a great person and will be greatly missed. As for the republican.....I wish you would have been on the road last night....we could use less people like you in this world. RIP Andy!!!

Mansfield, OH

#15 Feb 5, 2010
How sad that people don't have basic decency in feeling sympathy for a dead police officer. His family is grieving and so are all of us in uniform. If you have nothing nice to say, why say anything? Especially about a dead policeman. However, when you are wronged or a family member is violated...who do you call? I am sure "that cop who couldn't drive" according to you would have stopped and changed your flat or helped you on the side of the road.
Be decent folks, and respect this shattered family.

Mansfield, OH

#16 Feb 5, 2010
I am sure that this tropper would have stopped to help you on the side of the road and he also would have changed your tire if you needed it. This man is dead, and this is the respect he gets? How sad. All of us in uniform are inherantly good people and we help even the people who have no regard for us. I have many many many friends on the patrol and they are a classy group of guys and the academy I went through does not even compare to the academy the troopers go through, so to the comment that he wasnt trained well enough is silly. It is easy to sit behind a computer be disrespectful to a dead police officer, but face to face I am sure you are a coward. This trooper's family is shattered. Let's be a little bit more respectful folks.
K9 JPD 109

Ossining, NY

#17 Feb 5, 2010
My deepest condolences to Trooper Baldridges family and the OSP. Wishing a quick recovery to Trooper McLaughlin. I too have lost a friends to LEO MVC's in Wellston, Gallia County and Franklin County.
OSHP 1518

Grove City, OH

#18 Feb 5, 2010
God be with you Andrew. My prayers go out to the family. Mark I praying for your speedy and full recovery. And I thank God for giving me the intelligence and respect for myself to respect the families, friends, and co-workers during this awful time.

Powell, OH

#19 Feb 5, 2010
As a professional driver I do not like hereing about our troopers that have fallen. I feel they are one of our greatest assets and I myself feel better knowing they are there. My heart and prayers go out to Trooper Baldridge's family and I hope they know how much his duty to the community ia appreciated.
Bob Ashbrook
Elizabeth Saylor

Reynoldsburg, OH

#20 Feb 5, 2010
i fill sad for this trooper that had pasted away
Retired Sergeant 538 OSHP

Parkersburg, WV

#21 Feb 5, 2010
My families heart(s) goes out to The Baldridge and McLaughlin families. Retiring after 30+ years in the State Highway Patrol I am well aware of the imminent dangers of the job. Of all the dangers one seldom takes into account that the majority of time our jobs involve operating a motor vehicle and thus the percentage of a traffic crash or the such is increased. May god bless and be with the families, who are one of the "driving" forces behind the "trooper."

Bellefontaine, OH

#23 Feb 5, 2010
Why would you even post the "republican's cold hearted comment????

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