R.I.P. Danny Caudill
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An Old Friend

Winchester, KY

#1 Jul 4, 2013
Yeah, Danny C. died in the wreck that shut down HWY 15 in Perry County yesterday morning. His new wife, BJ (nee McIntosh) is in the hospital.
LBJ retired teacher

Paris, KY

#2 Jul 4, 2013
Did Danny go to LBJ when he was in second or third grade?
An Old Friend

Winchester, KY

#3 Jul 4, 2013
I don't know. I met him when we went to SMS. He was BHS Class of '98, though.
penny

Richmond, KY

#4 Jul 4, 2013
do you know how bj is?? please let us know if u do
know her

Macon, GA

#5 Jul 4, 2013
my thoughts and prayers goes out each person that was involved. I hope that BJ pulls through.
An Old Friend

Winchester, KY

#6 Jul 4, 2013
penny wrote:
do you know how bj is?? please let us know if u do
As soon as I get some real info I'll share it. All I know right now is what WYMT has reported. According to them, BJ's in UK Hospital in critical condition.
Don

Martin, KY

#7 Jul 5, 2013
She will probably wind up spending the rest of her life in prison for probably being doped up and for murder
her

Chicago, IL

#11 Jul 5, 2013
Does anyone know if she pulled through?
Friend

London, KY

#14 Jul 5, 2013
When someone passes on like that everyone needs to be respectful. I went to school with Danny and his little sister to. Sorry to hear about it.
Cat

Martin, KY

#15 Jul 6, 2013
Friend wrote:
When someone passes on like that everyone needs to be respectful. I went to school with Danny and his little sister to. Sorry to hear about it.
is anyone talking ba about Danny? No I think you should do some reading
by with it

Winchester, KY

#18 Jul 6, 2013
I have heard that once you are treated with medicines after an accident that its too late to test for drugs because of medicines already given as treatment. I hope this is not true because anyone driving under the influence should be charged
get in the real world

Hyden, KY

#19 Jul 6, 2013
by with it wrote:
I have heard that once you are treated with medicines after an accident that its too late to test for drugs because of medicines already given as treatment. I hope this is not true because anyone driving under the influence should be charged
Anytime there is a fatality involved, there is mandatory drug testing so they will have a vial of her blood, you can bet. Anything she was given will be well documented and I am doubting that what a doctor would give her would be what was in her system...just saying. If she lives, she will be charged with 3 counts of murder. It may be amended down but IMO, that will be the original charge.
first responders

Chicago, IL

#20 Jul 6, 2013
Pretty sure that first responders collect the blood sample. That would before meds were given.
get in the real world

Hyden, KY

#21 Jul 6, 2013
first responders wrote:
Pretty sure that first responders collect the blood sample. That would before meds were given.
I totally agree. I'm sure that would be the procedure also.
Sad

Clay City, KY

#22 Jul 6, 2013
No the first responders don't do the testing. The police go to the hospital to make sure it is done right away. It is sad that 3 people had to lose their lives. I am sure she probably will not even remember what happened but she will life with the consequences the rest of her life if she was under the influence.
Knows

Hyden, KY

#26 Jul 7, 2013
None of you know exactly what happened was you there um no so just shut up its none of your guys business what happens to her she is in the hospital seriously hurt and in emotional and physical pain just leave her alone!!!!!
Apparently

Clay City, KY

#27 Jul 7, 2013
If that is so then they must be going to charge her with something. I could not imagine the pain she is going through.
just so you know

Hyden, KY

#28 Jul 7, 2013
Knows wrote:
None of you know exactly what happened was you there um no so just shut up its none of your guys business what happens to her she is in the hospital seriously hurt and in emotional and physical pain just leave her alone!!!!!
They would not be guarding her door if they did not have solid evidence. I do pity her. She has a lot to live with if she makes it and I would not want to be in her shoes. She did have an attitude problem though, I must say, not to mention her drug problem. I feel more sorry for the families of the dead though.
feel sorry

Winchester, KY

#29 Jul 8, 2013
my sympathies go to the families of the dead. An elderly couple that never bothered anyone & followed all the rules & they get mowed down by a supposedly mind altered driver. I did not know the guy. But sympathy for the driver..no way..when you get behind the wheel of a car KNOWING you are under the influence you should know what the outcome could be. Thats the problem right now in our county. I have heard that there are more driving under the influence on our roads than clean ones. She should be going through pain if what everyone is saying is true.
yeah

Richmond, KY

#30 Jul 8, 2013
i heard she got threatened and that's why the cop was guarding her door. But then again i think he is guarding her door to make sure she doesn't escape.I have never know a cop guard your door just cause you got threatened

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