Sailor dies when speeding motorcycle hits fence

Full story: Hampton Roads Daily Press

A Navy man stationed at Little Creek Amphibious Base died on Tuesday night in a motorcycle accident in Virginia Beach.
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Dang

Kill Devil Hills, NC

#2 Aug 13, 2008
Darwin 1 Sailor 0
Surry

United States

#3 Aug 13, 2008
You don't even knew what factors took place. The article mentioned speed but you don't know what happen. If you know the area where they mentioned where it happen, you would know that Speed was highly unlikely you f&*%) ass clown. Talking shit and don't know the individual or what the f%$# happen. Sympathy on your f(*&^ng comment you f*&%ng idiot.
hunter

Suffolk, VA

#5 Aug 13, 2008
Potty mouth !!
Buy A Clue

Hampton, VA

#6 Aug 13, 2008
WTT wrote:
<quoted text>
Does everybody in Canada swear like you?
Hey, the biggest question is when people in canada (notice the lower case "c" ) talk, does their entire head split in half, horizontally at the mouth and the entire top half of the head move up and down while they talk? And when they say "about" why does it sound like they are saying "a boot" ?

Also, I want to know if the cyclist got cut in half by the fence, i.e. was it a wire fence? Or did they just get smashed against it. Just want to know. Although all the biker gang bangers will no doubt get pissy and want my address again and everything since I am such an insensitive meanie.
I worked with him

Lexington Park, MD

#8 Aug 13, 2008
Haywood was a damn good sailor, you have no idea what your saying because your the idiot. Have some respect, I work in his division and he was one of the nicest hardest workers I knew...God Bless him and his family. No, he was not cut in half. He had head and neck trauma. Thank the Lord that it was quick...no pain. God Bless you Clinton Haywood!
I worked with him

Lexington Park, MD

#9 Aug 13, 2008
Oh yeah, and I live off of Newtown road...there is no way you can really speed on that road. There are a million lights and there is always traffic.
Nicole Haywood

Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

#10 Aug 15, 2008
This is coming from Brians' sister, he has family ( mother, father, sister, brothers, niece, nephew, daughter, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many other friends who miss him) Brian and i both lost a brother back in February and now I lost him.

If anyone out there has pictures of the crash site please feel free to contact me at jadagh@cw.blackberry.net

May my brothers' soul rest in PEACE

Love u Bro.
Yorktown Gal

Yorktown, VA

#11 Aug 15, 2008
Nicole Haywood wrote:
This is coming from Brians' sister, he has family ( mother, father, sister, brothers, niece, nephew, daughter, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many other friends who miss him) Brian and i both lost a brother back in February and now I lost him.
If anyone out there has pictures of the crash site please feel free to contact me at jadagh@cw.blackberry.net
May my brothers' soul rest in PEACE
Love u Bro.
I am very sorry for the loss of your brothers.
You are missed

Nashville, TN

#12 Aug 16, 2008
I feel sorry for you people who feel that this is the place to show how much of an idiot and rectum you are. He has family who he never going to see their beloved again and your making this into a joke. You people are SICK! His daughter will never grow up with the proctection of her father.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING NICE PLEASE REFRAIN FROM RESPONDING YOU IDIOTS!
Yorktown Gal

Yorktown, VA

#13 Aug 16, 2008
You are missed wrote:
I feel sorry for you people who feel that this is the place to show how much of an idiot and rectum you are. He has family who he never going to see their beloved again and your making this into a joke. You people are SICK! His daughter will never grow up with the proctection of her father.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING NICE PLEASE REFRAIN FROM RESPONDING YOU IDIOTS!
There some on here that thrive on going onto these messages boards when it involves a fatality and saying the cruelest things they can. It's really pathetic. "Buy A Clue" is the worst offender. Please try to ignore the ignorant. My thoughts are with you.
uugh

Hampton, VA

#14 Aug 16, 2008
Surry wrote:
You don't even knew what factors took place. The article mentioned speed but you don't know what happen. If you know the area where they mentioned where it happen, you would know that Speed was highly unlikely you f&*%)**** clown. Talking **** and don't know the individual or what the f%$# happen. Sympathy on your f(*&^ng comment you f*&%ng idiot.
Eh?
I Smell A Rat

Gloucester, VA

#15 Aug 16, 2008
One should never rejoice when a horrible thing happens to a fellow American. Shame on you. I am sure that your attitude would be somewhat different if a Naval Chaplain and an Officer approached your house to inform you that your son had been killed in a motorcycle accident. In short, people like you suck, and that is being mild.
Surry wrote:
You don't even knew what factors took place. The article mentioned speed but you don't know what happen. If you know the area where they mentioned where it happen, you would know that Speed was highly unlikely you f&*%)**** clown. Talking **** and don't know the individual or what the f%$# happen. Sympathy on your f(*&^ng comment you f*&%ng idiot.
Geoduck

AOL

#16 Aug 16, 2008
Why is it you never read "diesel mechanic killed in motorcycle accident" or "medical receptionist" or "roofer"?
But when it's a Navy man involved his employment is always part of the story even if there is no connection.
Cares a lot

Virginia Beach, VA

#17 Aug 16, 2008
Haywood was a great person i dont understand why you would talk horrible about him without even knowing him because he would not come on here and say any of the mean things that have been said by some people i will forever miss him and his smile he was always a great inspiration and yes i worked with him
What Gives

Yorktown, VA

#18 Aug 16, 2008
Geoduck wrote:
Why is it you never read "diesel mechanic killed in motorcycle accident" or "medical receptionist" or "roofer"?
But when it's a Navy man involved his employment is always part of the story even if there is no connection.
I guess just the same as they normally say "Norfolk man" or "Hampton woman" killed in accident. "Navy man" just establishes his ties to the area. What difference does it make? It's still a tradedgy.
Any knows

Newport News, VA

#19 Aug 17, 2008
Are they going to have a vigil or a gathering for him in Norfolk?
huh

Parksley, VA

#20 Aug 17, 2008
Nicole Haywood wrote:
This is coming from Brians' sister, he has family ( mother, father, sister, brothers, niece, nephew, daughter, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many other friends who miss him) Brian and i both lost a brother back in February and now I lost him.
If anyone out there has pictures of the crash site please feel free to contact me at jadagh@cw.blackberry.net
May my brothers' soul rest in PEACE
Love u Bro.
Seriously, with all due respect sorry for the loss, but really- if anyone has pictures send them to you? Pictures of the crash site? What the he** is that for?
nicole walters

Spring Hill, FL

#21 Aug 17, 2008
This is the mother of Clinton Haywood's daugther and only child,and it's sad to see that theres so many selfcentered, irigont pricks still breathing. My daugther is seven years old and she will never see her dad again. Birthdays,graduations and celebrations will come and go and he won't be there to smile, hug and congratulate her a job well done. It was hard for a mother to look her daugther in her eyes and tell her daddy went to heaven, beautiful and smart
she understood what that meant and it killed me to see tears run down my baby girl's face. Brain was a good man smart, hard working, honest and most of all a hero to his daugther. Brian your gone but rest ashore you will never be forgotten, we will miss you darely but we understand God had a spcial task that only you could accomplish so go now ahead of us until we see you again RIP.
BRIANNA HAYWOOD
Not thinking

Hampton, VA

#23 Aug 18, 2008
I worked with him wrote:
Haywood was a damn good sailor, you have no idea what your saying because your the idiot. Have some respect, I work in his division and he was one of the nicest hardest workers I knew...God Bless him and his family. No, he was not cut in half. He had head and neck trauma. Thank the Lord that it was quick...no pain. God Bless you Clinton Haywood!
Good people do stupid things on motorcycles, as did my brother. If Clinton was speeding, then he wasn't thinking, nor doing the right thing. May some other good person will learn from his mistake.
DeeDee

La Mirada, CA

#24 Aug 26, 2008
I'm at lost for words, the news of "Buju's" Haywood death came late to me since I live in Hawaii. he was such a great man who wouldn't harm anyone. my heart goes out to his family especially his daughter, you had a great father, carry on his legend. God Bless.

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