Fort Payne Student Hurt; Young Niece Killed In Wreck

There are 20 comments on the WHNT News 19 story from Aug 31, 2010, titled Fort Payne Student Hurt; Young Niece Killed In Wreck. In it, WHNT News 19 reports that:

A junior at Fort Payne High School was badly hurt in a wreck Tuesday morning in DeKalb County.

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#1 Aug 31, 2010
Praying for this young man's recovery and the family who has lost their baby girl.
Mentone Citizen

Winfield, AL

#3 Aug 31, 2010
God bless this family, I can't imagine the pain they are experiencing at this time.
michelle b

Henagar, AL

#4 Aug 31, 2010
stay strong and ask for Gods help..He is the only one who will get you through this terrible tragedy.
Livin

Arab, AL

#5 Aug 31, 2010
Praying for this young man and his family. Praying for this young girl's family as they are dealing coping early in life. May both of these families rely upon GOD and call out to him at the darkest moments. I also will pray for these schools that have to deal with these issues such as these and help the counslers guide these students when they are asking why?
Mee

Blountsville, AL

#6 Aug 31, 2010
My heart and prayers go out to the families..I can't imagine what they are going through right now...
aryelle jones

Rainsville, AL

#7 Aug 31, 2010
everyone needs to pray for him he needs prayers!
Life

Pasadena, CA

#8 Aug 31, 2010
Keeping you all in my prayers.
Charles

Madison, AL

#9 Aug 31, 2010
I know most, if not all of you will hate my response. I cant bring myself to feel anything but anger for this young man. He was responsible for a young girl. She blindly felt secure with her uncle. I can only hope that my hard feelings give pause to anyone with young children in their trust. His job was to do whatever it took to make sure he wasn't involved in an accident. He Failed!!!! When I have children of this age in my care, every foot of road, every second of time I spend watching, anticipating, doing what ever it takes to make sure I return them safely home!!! Please, when you take on this responsibility, if you don't work and work hard to make sure nothing happens, May God have mercy on your soul. Remember there used to be a saying that went...."Safety is no accident." Think about the double meaning of that.

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chassidy

Alabaster, AL

#10 Aug 31, 2010
the wreck was not his fault.. he is an awesome guy and tht stupid 18 wheeler shouldnt of been parked tht close to the ramp where ppl enter the interstae. so it was not his fault, yea he will probably feel bad abt it when he gets where he can think abt it but he loved her and he didnt get in the wreck intentionally, he took care of her and if u dnt kno him real well then u shouldnt say ne thing abt him.. so yea plzz ppl keep him in your prayers and maybe he will return wit us and his football team.. we love you noah and hope 4 the best(:
Football Mom

Pinson, AL

#11 Aug 31, 2010
Charles, You have no right to say that. You don't know Noah as we do, we just hope that he can live with himself now.
William

Dalton, GA

#12 Aug 31, 2010
Charles wrote:
I know most, if not all of you will hate my response. I cant bring myself to feel anything but anger for this young man. He was responsible for a young girl. She blindly felt secure with her uncle. I can only hope that my hard feelings give pause to anyone with young children in their trust. His job was to do whatever it took to make sure he wasn't involved in an accident. He Failed!!!! When I have children of this age in my care, every foot of road, every second of time I spend watching, anticipating, doing what ever it takes to make sure I return them safely home!!! Please, when you take on this responsibility, if you don't work and work hard to make sure nothing happens, May God have mercy on your soul. Remember there used to be a saying that went...."Safety is no accident." Think about the double meaning of that.
Charels you have no clue exactly what happened and neither does of the rest of us. Accidents happen it dont matter how safe you drive or think you drive.
Bama Girl

United States

#13 Aug 31, 2010
Noah you are in my prayers. Your family is going through a lot right now but with the Grace of God you guys will get threw this time of need. And to the asshole Charles I will pray for you because you must not be a christian and know that all things happen for a reason. God took that little precious girl because it was her time to go. Get well Noah you are loved by many
FTPARENT

Pinson, AL

#14 Aug 31, 2010
Charles wrote:
I know most, if not all of you will hate my response. I cant bring myself to feel anything but anger for this young man. He was responsible for a young girl. She blindly felt secure with her uncle. I can only hope that my hard feelings give pause to anyone with young children in their trust. His job was to do whatever it took to make sure he wasn't involved in an accident. He Failed!!!! When I have children of this age in my care, every foot of road, every second of time I spend watching, anticipating, doing what ever it takes to make sure I return them safely home!!! Please, when you take on this responsibility, if you don't work and work hard to make sure nothing happens, May God have mercy on your soul. Remember there used to be a saying that went...."Safety is no accident." Think about the double meaning of that.
Sir, I don't know you, but I can assure you that this was only the misjudgment of a very young person. Noah is a big hearted, life loving young man, who at this time deserves only our prayers and good thoughts. I can assure you, that even good intentions and safety measures can go horribly wrong in a split second, even to those who feel that they are above such accidents. God forbid that this type of accident happens to you or any of yours, and I am praying for you to have a kinder soul and the forethought to put your brain in gear before your mouth, or fingers in this case, go in motion.
FP - Noah Supporter

Spartanburg, SC

#15 Aug 31, 2010
The ignorance of someone who would blame a child for an ACCIDENT just amazes me. This was a boy that was checking his blind spot and hit a truck that shouldn't have been parked at the top of an on ramp. I am sure he will have his own grief issues since she passed, the people of Fort Payne don't need idiots like you, Charles, to make comments about a person you don't know.....or a situation you know nothing about. God Bless Noah and his family, and the family of his niece as well.
Shari

New Brunswick, NJ

#16 Aug 31, 2010
Charles, I pray for you. If you think you are short of sin, and accidents; I pray for you.
chuck

Dubuque, IA

#17 Aug 31, 2010
Chassidy, How do you not see an 18 wheeler that is parked off of the roadway in broad daylight? Maybe on the phone or maybe he dropped something, not sure, but he was not watching where he was going. My thoughts and prayers go out to families involved.
Charles

Madison, AL

#18 Aug 31, 2010
I agree with you who chastise me, however....Chassidy, somehow, I didn't think the wreck was his fault, however it was his responsibility to avoid wrecks, one shouldn't go out and drive with disreguard if not breaking any laws, the goal is to NOT be involved in a wreck, it is not to be in one but it not be your fault. Football Mom, I don't know Noah, nor do I wish to since he was responsibile to make sure that little girl wasn't harmed in any way. William, I don't know what happend, I only know he was responsible for her safety and he FAILED!!!! I cry at the thought that a little girl had to come to that end.
Ana

Anniston, AL

#19 Aug 31, 2010
Well i think that the most responsibility of their children are parents,it was their choice to let their little one to ride with this young man.My opinion is that he was not only to be responsible for this.Probably the little girl's parents had trust on him for some reason.My son is on math class with him and our heart and preyers are with him and the little girl's family
Fortpayne

Birmingham, AL

#20 Aug 31, 2010
Noah Hall was a very good hearted boy. I know that this was an accident. So blaming this on him is just wrong.
I go to school with him and consider Noah as one of my friends and i pray that God will look over him, his family and the family of the little firl.
trucker

Fyffe, AL

#21 Aug 31, 2010
first of all i am praying for this young man and the family of the child killed however it disturbs me to no end that people are blaming the truck driver for parking on the ramp.I don't know just how for he was off the road or for what reason.I ALSO DON'T KNOW WHY THIS YOUNG MAN VERRED OFF THE ROAD AND HIT A PARKED TRUCK therefore i will not judge either one of them for there actions.only after the state troopers finish with their investigation will we learn the truth.so please don't blame anyone until you know the truth

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