Powell County Man Dies In Wreck

Powell County Man Dies In Wreck

There are 4 comments on the KLEX TV story from Nov 14, 2011, titled Powell County Man Dies In Wreck. In it, KLEX TV reports that:

On the same day Donald Tharp and his wife celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary, the Powell County man died in a crash on Hardwicks Creek Road.

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Lynn Plowman

Hamilton, OH

#1 Nov 15, 2011
It's a shame that a really good man had to passaway like this come on Guys make a change in the road Donald Tharp lost his life how many other will have to loose their lifes before something is done?
Donald "Duck" Tharp we love that oldman he is a great guy !!!!!!!

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Nov 18, 2011
Don't put all the blame on the road.Brian Epperson needs the most blame and then the criminal system that won't punish the drunk drivers,and drug influenced drivers. This should bring changes to the justice system. We need to start making examples out of the ones who chose to take the life of a person who choses to live the correct way. Seems like the innocent lose their life while the drunks, and druggies keep teir life with hardly any injuries.

Jackson, KY

#3 Dec 7, 2011
Donald was a well loved man. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Always helping others even when he couldn't afford to at times.
As far as Brian Epperson goes, all I know about him is he was a DUI driver whome killed a truley great man.
With that said, it's up to the justice system to do the right thing, and put this guy away for a long time.
The Powell County justice system has become the laughing stock of the justice system. Some in the justice system with friends that get in trouble aways seem to find ways of letting them walk. It's sickening, and disturbing, but very true.
Now with that said, ask yourselves this. Even if it were a good friend of yours, and they killed some one you loved very much because they were DUI. Would you let them walk with a smack on the hand then? NO!!! DUI drivers should be treated the same when some one dies due to their bad judgement. No breaks...
#4 Feb 16, 2012
this im sure is hard on both families and ive heard good about both how do u KNOW epperson was dui? I know he wasnt and tests tell that they run this im sure is hard enough on the families!

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