FIRST OF ALL I WOULD LIKE TO SAY HOW UNFURTUNATE THIS TRADGEDY IS FOR BOTH PARTIES, THE FAMLY AND POLICE MEN THAT MADE THIS MISTAKE. I WISH PEOPLE WOULD STOP BEING SO ANGRY AND BE MORE COMPASSIONATE FOR THE PEOPLE INVOLVED, THE DECIESED AND THE GUILT THE POLICEMEN MUST HAVE, FOR IT WILL HAUNT THEM FOR A VERY LONG TIME. THE GRANDFATHER DRIVING THE AUTISTIC BOY WHO HAS HAD SEZIURES IN THE PAST SHOULD NOT OF BEEN DRIVING IN THE FIRST PLACE WITH A BOY WHO NEEDS SPECIAL NEEDS. I WISH PEOPLE WOULD SEND PRAYERS INSTEAD OF ANGER FOR THIS SAD AND EMOTIONAL SITUATION. POLICE OFFICERS ARE HUMAN AND SADLY MAKE MISTAKES THAT THEY CAN LEARN FROM. THEY RISK THEIR LIVES AND HAVE TO BE STRONG PEOPLE TO SEE AND DEAL WITH WHAT THEY DO. SO MY PRAYERS AND SADNESS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY THAT LOST THEIR LOVED ONE AND THE POLICE OFFICERS WHO HAVE TO DEAL WITH THIS SITUATION.