Guthrie Police cause fatal crash?

Guthrie Police cause fatal crash?

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Just talking

United States

#1 Jun 30, 2012
I hear that Grandon worked a crash on 79 and was too lazy to get the deer out of the road, that later was a factor in a fatal crash... Why is nothing being done about this
Uh oh

Sarasota, FL

#2 Jun 30, 2012
Is that why he is going to Trenton?
Food for thought

United States

#3 Jun 30, 2012
That whole department is a joke, when I need help I'll call State Police
Time for justice

Cadiz, KY

#4 Jul 2, 2012
Dang that really is tragic for the family who lost someone, just because a lazy cop couldnt clear the roadway that's MURDER.
Wondering

Hopkinsville, KY

#5 Jul 18, 2012
When was this accident that he worked and left the deer in the road? Also it's not really the officers fault the roadway wasn't cleared. But I do believe that would be the wrecker services job they are the one who is to clear the roadway to make it safe for driving.
Guthrie Native

Hopkinsville, KY

#6 Jul 18, 2012
Are you talking about the wreck where a young woman was killed because she swerved to avoid the deer and dog that were in the road? If so, that is the 1st accident that was reported on 79 that night, and it's kinda hard to have a road cleared when no one knows about the deer in the road. The person who orginially hit the deer should have made a call but didnt.
Bam son

United States

#7 Jul 21, 2012
Grandon worked a single car vs deer and left the deer in the middle of the road, I know this for a fact.... Then he left, he wasn't the only reason for the fatality.... But only God knows what would have happened if he did move the deer, oh I heard he couldn't cause he had a heart attack or some BS
Bam son

United States

#8 Jul 21, 2012
Wondering wrote:
When was this accident that he worked and left the deer in the road? Also it's not really the officers fault the roadway wasn't cleared. But I do believe that would be the wrecker services job they are the one who is to clear the roadway to make it safe for driving.
The accident that killed the deer was about an hour earlier then the fatality ... No wrecker was called to that one, it's the officers job to close the roadway if he can't make it safe to travel
guthrie native

Hopkinsville, KY

#9 Jul 22, 2012
I find it very hard to believe that a accident happened an hr before the fatality accident happened and no one else saw or hit the deer. 79 is never a slow road there is always traffic going by someone would have reported it or moved it for the safety of others. Seems like you have it out for the officer and trying to make him look bad.I will not believe this til I see a police report and speak to the driver who hit the deer.
Haha

United States

#10 Jul 23, 2012
guthrie native wrote:
I find it very hard to believe that a accident happened an hr before the fatality accident happened and no one else saw or hit the deer. 79 is never a slow road there is always traffic going by someone would have reported it or moved it for the safety of others. Seems like you have it out for the officer and trying to make him look bad.I will not believe this til I see a police report and speak to the driver who hit the deer.
I'm the one who hit the deer and I heard him tell the the street department to get it the next day, the deer was laying on the yellow lines, victims family is already suing... So Guthrie native shut it up and do some research idiot
Hmm

Madisonville, KY

#11 Aug 3, 2012
Seem to me that the if your the person that hit the deer and your lazy ass did not clear the road, then the police should know to contact the family and let them file a law suit on you then. I would be ashamed of myself to get on here and admit that I was the one that hit the deer and expected the officer to pick it up for me. What a hypocrite. Just Saying.
Haha wrote:
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I'm the one who hit the deer and I heard him tell the the street department to get it the next day, the deer was laying on the yellow lines, victims family is already suing... So Guthrie native shut it up and do some research idiot
Hmm

Madisonville, KY

#12 Aug 3, 2012
You have got to be kidding, you hit the deer and your lazy ass expected the officer to clean up YOUR mess. They, The Police, should let the family know that it needs to be going after you in a law suit, instead of the officer. Seems funny that the so-called deer laid in the road and nobody else wrecked. Just saying.
someonewhoknows

United States

#13 Aug 12, 2012
So if the driver that hit the deer was injured in the wreck are they suppose to get out and clear the road? Hell no!! I have NEVER seen a citizen clean up the road after they wreck!! It is the city/county's job to do it and this is ridiculous.

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