two teenagers killed in wreck
Blunt

Glasgow, KY

#21 Nov 25, 2012
Yepp wrote:
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Over correction and speeding. No seat belts.
What a shock.
(not)
very sick

Glasgow, KY

#22 Nov 25, 2012
Blunt wrote:
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What a shock.
(not)
This person does this every time there is a tragedy. This person needs to be found. He/she is sick!
Blunt

Glasgow, KY

#24 Nov 25, 2012
very sick wrote:
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This person does this every time there is a tragedy. This person needs to be found. He/she is sick!
For what purpose?
how it is

Glasgow, KY

#25 Nov 25, 2012
I don't think he's sick its true. I do have compassion for these boys its sad they won't have the oppurtunity to grow and live out their lives but hell they was drivin to damn fast. Its on the parents of every child to make sure they use common sense when driving an automobile. That's it, end of story, the outcome of this accident is sad but ultimately its their faults, sorry.
STFU

Elizabethtown, KY

#26 Nov 25, 2012
Why does it matter how it happened or what was involved?! The fact is that two young men are dead and their families and friends are left here to grieve their losses!! I am sure their parents did teach them to use common sense while driving an automobile but teenagers are going to take risks and do crazy things and pray that their parents don't find out or that nothing like this happens!! It could happen to you, so everyone should just shut up if they don't have anything nice to say.
story from wbko

Glasgow, KY

#27 Nov 25, 2012
Hippy

Lexington, KY

#28 Nov 25, 2012
This is a good time for parents to have a long talk with their teen age and young adults and explain how careless driving can be so dangerous.Maybe a long discussion will prevent this from happening to at least one other person.
Old friend

Tompkinsville, KY

#29 Nov 25, 2012
Do they know funeral arrangements yet?
Bowling green

Hardyville, KY

#30 Nov 25, 2012
What is people thinking think bout the family known them all my life so respect them let them grive in peace we are thinking of you all and both the sneed family and the other family are in our prayers
Lance Rippy

United States

#31 Nov 25, 2012
Aaron Mccoy, you came into my life in mr. Dakins class my junior ur freshman year we were friends as soon as we meet. i can remember me and tyler lee slippin you off in tha tool room while dakin wasnt watchin n roughin u up a lil bit just for kicks u were jus a good of sport about it as u could have been.jus tha other night me n u laughing at tha tv on stuck mode just chillin i didnt think at that moment that would be one of the last memories that i would have of u i am so hurt by your passin but so thankful i had the honor to truley call u my friend i love u man n it wont b soon enough to me when i can see you again R.I.P Aaron "Buckwheat" McCoy
Family neighbor

Glasgow, KY

#32 Nov 25, 2012
~ None of this is the real true story. No alchahol was involved and Dustin and Aaron over corrected and then flipped over and over. No seat belts were worn.
Better Yet

Glasgow, KY

#33 Nov 25, 2012
better get with the radio station because they say that alcohol was involed
graduated with aaron

Glasgow, KY

#34 Nov 25, 2012
Family neighbor wrote:
~ None of this is the real true story. No alchahol was involved and Dustin and Aaron over corrected and then flipped over and over. No seat belts were worn.
....It says in the article on wbko that alcohol seems to be a contributing factor in the crash.
DUSTINS AUNT

Glasgow, KY

#35 Nov 25, 2012
Truth of the matter is Dustin Parrish & Aaron McCoy are; the boys who grew up together, went to school together, played together, and DIED TOGETHER. YES they were out muddin just doing things good ole country boys do... This has been a tremendous loss for both families and all friends involved. However, muddin is not what caused their deaths, overcorrected and lost control of the jeep is.
LOVE AUNT BOBBIE and all our prayers go out to Aarons family & friends, as well.
Grieving

Elizabethtown, KY

#36 Nov 25, 2012
Blunt wrote:
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What a shock.
(not)
You sir or madam, are a complete asshole. You have absolutely no compassion for the friends or families of these two boys. Now it may be your opinion that it was their fault, and itht may have been the case. But keep your damn opinions to yourself and have enough human decency to let the family grieve in peace. This is the last thing they need right now, myself included.
Blunt

Glasgow, KY

#37 Nov 25, 2012
Grieving wrote:
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You sir or madam, are a complete asshole. You have absolutely no compassion for the friends or families of these two boys. Now it may be your opinion that it was their fault, and itht may have been the case. But keep your damn opinions to yourself and have enough human decency to let the family grieve in peace. This is the last thing they need right now, myself included.
Nope, I won't. It was Darwinism at work.
deere

Canton, OH

#38 Nov 25, 2012
Well said we all had fun in our younger years we all done some crazy shit. Especially us from the country. Hats off to these two young boys an their families. Rip
Julie

Glasgow, KY

#41 Nov 25, 2012
Everyone knows that this is a gossip column with more fiction than truth. Your not going to get your opinin respected on here. Most of it is said out of meanness and spite. I'm really sorry for the loss of these young people no matter what they were doing. Their families have my sympathy. I have also lost a dear family member due to the carelessness of another young person. They are called accidents for a reason.
Think about it

Cave City, KY

#42 Nov 25, 2012
Anyone that ever "lived" life as a youth knows you are lucky to be here. We've all taken chances but we aren't guaranteed anything. I lived a reckless life too 25 years ago. These were good kids. They liked to have fun. Don't judge. Just because we made it out doesn't mean we were any better. Just lucky.
Thad

United States

#43 Nov 25, 2012
If kids would spend more time going to church, having dinner every night with your family, and stop using video games, liquor, four wheelers, and pornography, this world could be good again. Seems to me parenting is non existent anymore, I was a 70s child and I was raised by the book, I see today these youngster parents take small kids to bars, curse in front of them, wear inappropriate clothing, fight, etc.

How can kids be decent when the parents are just as immature...

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