Fatal Wreck Shuts Down Highway 183 In...

Fatal Wreck Shuts Down Highway 183 In Euless

There are 76 comments on the NBC 5i Dallas/Fort Worth story from Oct 21, 2008, titled Fatal Wreck Shuts Down Highway 183 In Euless. In it, NBC 5i Dallas/Fort Worth reports that:

A fatal crash shut down both directions of state Highway 183 in Euless Tuesday morning.

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Bud

United States

#28 Oct 21, 2008
Guess you got your answer Buddy, guess she was a stripper or at least a waitress at one of those clubs.
Devils Advocate

Mesquite, TX

#29 Oct 21, 2008
It's a public forum people!!!
Girls

Dallas, TX

#30 Oct 22, 2008
Actually it was a friend of mine and it was a female so way to do your research before you talk shit. She was actually on her way home from work. She was one of the nicest people you will ever meet so while your so worried about traffic it could have been your mom
Mark F wrote:
OK, I have no feeling of loss here. The bar closed and he had to leave... Apparently, his seat belt was too much trouble too. The REAL shame is, all those people that had to find an alternate route this morning, while his mess is being cleand up.
The good news is, HE won't be a problem any longer...
Ram

Plano, TX

#31 Oct 22, 2008
Bud wrote:
Guess you got your answer Buddy, guess she was a stripper or at least a waitress at one of those clubs.
So what if she was? Like you have never stepped foot into a strip club or thought about it. I don't know anything about the girl, and neither do you. A life was lost and all you can do is be a little beeotch. Surf back to your NAMBLA site.
Whitey

United States

#32 Oct 22, 2008
Mark F wrote:
OK, I have no feeling of loss here. The bar closed and he had to leave... Apparently, his seat belt was too much trouble too. The REAL shame is, all those people that had to find an alternate route this morning, while his mess is being cleand up.
The good news is, HE won't be a problem any longer...
Yeah but now We get to pay to raise his kids. Social Security will foot their bill from now on.
Don

Falls Church, VA

#33 Oct 22, 2008
Mark F wrote:
OK, I have no feeling of loss here. The bar closed and he had to leave... Apparently, his seat belt was too much trouble too. The REAL shame is, all those people that had to find an alternate route this morning, while his mess is being cleand up.
The good news is, HE won't be a problem any longer...
your a dumb ass it was a girl and one of my friends so hopefully the same dont happen to you
Friends at my350z

United States

#34 Oct 22, 2008
All are prayers go out to her hope that she will be ok on her way to the next horizon. Sad to see people beating her up on here but I guess it is what it is. Our Prayers to you and ......Gods Speed....
How Sad

San Jose, CA

#35 Oct 22, 2008
buddy b wrote:
<quoted text>your ranting and raveing makes me wonder what she did for a job, oh! wait, the strip joints close about an hour before the accident happened.
WOW Loser there are other things open then too, and if she was a stripper, who are you to pass judgement? You are NO better than anyone stripper or not. I drive home late from work on friday and saturday nights and I am NOT a stripper. I have to be very cautious because there are so many people who do drive crazy at that time of night. Regardless of what her occupation was, it's a very sad situation and nobody deserves to have to go through something like that. Nobody is perfect either. So keep your judgement to yourself. I will keep her and her family and friends in my prayers. I can't even imagine what her loved ones are going through right now. I hope that none of you ever have to go through something like this and if you already have, my heart goes out to you! I will also keep you other heartless people in my prayers too. EVERYBODY needs prayers. God Bless you all and please try to learn from this experience. If you are driving (late at night especially) please be careful and cautious. Please think twice before you drink and drive too, even if alcohol was not a factor in this wreck. Please quit being ugly to others and about others. This is a very traumatic time for people, we should all have a little compassion and love for each other! Passing judgement is not necessary.
RIP KANDI

Irving, TX

#36 Oct 22, 2008
All you jerks need to do your research before you talk shit about someone you know nothing about. I knew Kandi & she was a wonderful person. She was the sweetest person you would ever meet. She was on her way home from work when the accident happened. Some of you are wondering what she did for a living to be coming home so late, but that doesn't matter. It's none of your business what she did. She was loved by many people & will be greatly missed by all who knew her. RIP Sweet Girl! You are in a much better place & now reunited with Miss Ashleigh. We love you & will miss you dearly. God Bless You!
Annonymous

United States

#37 Oct 22, 2008
Whitey wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah but now We get to pay to raise his kids. Social Security will foot their bill from now on.
SHE DIDNT HAVE ANY KIDS SO DONT WORRY ABOUT HAVING TO RAISE THEM YOU INCOSIDERATE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!
Jamie

Fort Worth, TX

#38 Oct 22, 2008
Kandi you will be missed! SHE for those of you who don't know her, was not driving drunk - she was on her way home from work.
To the Idiot who wrote this:
"OK, I have no feeling of loss here. The bar closed and he had to leave... Apparently, his seat belt was too much trouble too. The REAL shame is, all those people that had to find an alternate route this morning, while his mess is being cleand up.

The good news is, HE won't be a problem any longer... "

You should be ashamed of yourself. The real shame is the family and friends she left behind and who are mourning her loss right now AND who have to come to this page to read the story and see ridiculous, idiotic, uninformed comments from people like you. You sir are a disgrace to the human race.
Prayers for the family and I know no amount of words can begin to suffice for the loss.
ellise

United States

#39 Oct 22, 2008
I only had the privilege to be around Kandi on a couple occasions but I have to say that she definitely stood out from the crowd. She was a gorgeous lady. I have the deepest sympathy for her family and friends. May you all find peace in your hearts at this very difficult time.
nycole

Tyler, TX

#40 Oct 22, 2008
she was a greatt girl. and after reading all of your lame ass comments about accusing her of being drunk and calling her a dumbass...i have officially realized how shallow people can be. think about her friends && family and the people that are left behind. its hurting them to read the nasty things you have to say. if you can't say something nice, just don't say anything at all. If you didn't know her you have no right to judge her. She was so kind hearted && LOVED by many. RiP KANDiii. you will be missed.
C Martinez

Chesterfield, MO

#42 Oct 22, 2008
I am amazed about all the rude comments that surface when a tragedy happens from incidents as this one...and also from the topic of Pit Bull owners.If all these people that voice their rude comments,had a tragedy happen to a loved one or friend,they just mught feel different.
Slacker

Dallas, TX

#44 Oct 22, 2008
Yes, they just MUGHT!
TxGirl

Stephenville, TX

#45 Oct 22, 2008
C Martinez wrote:
I am amazed about all the rude comments that surface when a tragedy happens from incidents as this one...and also from the topic of Pit Bull owners.If all these people that voice their rude comments,had a tragedy happen to a loved one or friend,they just mught feel different.
Im not sure why you are amazed at how these people act...no matter how tragic a story is..there is always soooo many rude awfull people leaving horrible comments..I agree with you though..its just that it never fails..I hope no one has to deal with this kinda heartbreak in their life to finally get a heart
ThatsNewsFolks

Fort Worth, TX

#47 Oct 22, 2008
Here we go again...... reading throught the posts, not a single person says what happened... to the family and friends, we are sorry for your loss... BUT look at it how it appears... you get the typical half-arsed reporting....and single bad looking wreck photo, so it is VERY easy to put 2 + 2 together to get 14. If you are going to say we don't know crap, then tell us crap.... posts are based upon the STOREY, and the PICTURES (if any). When I saw that, my first thought was street racing, or coming home drunk from a bar, or too much speed, etc...... If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then sometimes it really is a chicken.
uncle tom

Garland, TX

#48 Oct 22, 2008
Brooke wrote:
Her name is Kandice. She was my friend and she was a great friend too many and a good person. Have some sympathy and respect for her mom and her friends.
Kandice can't drive for crap.
Bill

Fort Worth, TX

#49 Oct 22, 2008
Where did she work? Id like to pay my respects to her coworkers. And to her family, sorry for your loss.
Layne

United States

#50 Oct 22, 2008
RIP Darling....

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