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Multiple vehicle crash shuts I-95 at Palm Beach-Martin line

There are 35 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Sep 14, 2007, titled Multiple vehicle crash shuts I-95 at Palm Beach-Martin line. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The Florida Highway Patrol is warning drivers using Interstate 95 near the Palm Beach-Martin County line to avoid the area because of a fiery, multi-vehicle car crash that happened Friday afternoon.

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concerned one

Redmond, WA

#27 Sep 14, 2007
Boynton Guy wrote:
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you again? what the hell is an AUTO VEHICLE...sober up
"Auto" meaning not a HORSE drawn carriage or anything like that. Is propelled by a MOTOR rather than an animal or the wind, etc. It's virtually any automobile, van, motorcycle, SUV, truck, RV, etc. Yes, there sure are plenty of crashes that's for sure. It wouldn't be so bad if that was ALL that was wrong with auto vehicles. But unfortunately there are a myriad of other HUGE problems also. We (taxpayers and consumers) are literally paying out BILLIONS of dollars for the infratructure (roads, lighting, signs, bridges, traffic jams, maintenance, traffic law enforcement, road rangers, parking facilities, junk yards, etc., etc., etc.) for the auto vehicles to get around. And our heavy dependence on foreign oil is absolutely devastating us as a nation. Our insurance business "landscape" for our auto vehicles is going to change dramatically, possibly as soon as Oct.1. This change is evidently going to bring bad hardships to owning and driving auto vehicles. All of these very serious types of problems such as the number and frequency of these tragic crashes you will not hear much about from the auto industry, AAA (American Automobile Associaton), the travel and tourist industry, the oil companies, the FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation), etc., etc., etc. Get rid of auto vehicles. We will be safer, richer, healthier, and happier.
creative

Hialeah, FL

#28 Sep 14, 2007
Amazed wrote:
I wonder.....what made the motorcyclist slide.
Was he hit, tapped, by an "auto-vehicle".
I hope the FHP investigates in a whole.
FHP investigate something completely!!!? now come on, they would actually have to spend more then 5 minutes outside in the heat and besides it was only a cycle rider not a cops harley!!!
Yamaturd

United States

#29 Sep 14, 2007
Johnny ratted on some bikers, because he didn't want to go to Rikers.

But the next day, he got caught, by the very same bikers!!!!!!!!!
Horse Shiesse

West Palm Beach, FL

#30 Sep 14, 2007
Big D wrote:
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I take offensive action. I own the whole lane line to line. You stay in your lane, I'll stay in mine!
The only thing safer than defensive driving is offensive driving. The sooner I pass the Hatians and old people the safer I am. STAY OUT OF THE FAST LANE at 50 mph-IT IS FOR PASSING!!!!
Horse Shiesse

West Palm Beach, FL

#31 Sep 14, 2007
concerned one wrote:
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"Auto" meaning not a HORSE drawn carriage or anything like that. Is propelled by a MOTOR rather than an animal or the wind, etc. It's virtually any automobile, van, motorcycle, SUV, truck, RV, etc. Yes, there sure are plenty of crashes that's for sure. It wouldn't be so bad if that was ALL that was wrong with auto vehicles. But unfortunately there are a myriad of other HUGE problems also. We (taxpayers and consumers) are literally paying out BILLIONS of dollars for the infratructure (roads, lighting, signs, bridges, traffic jams, maintenance, traffic law enforcement, road rangers, parking facilities, junk yards, etc., etc., etc.) for the auto vehicles to get around. And our heavy dependence on foreign oil is absolutely devastating us as a nation. Our insurance business "landscape" for our auto vehicles is going to change dramatically, possibly as soon as Oct.1. This change is evidently going to bring bad hardships to owning and driving auto vehicles. All of these very serious types of problems such as the number and frequency of these tragic crashes you will not hear much about from the auto industry, AAA (American Automobile Associaton), the travel and tourist industry, the oil companies, the FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation), etc., etc., etc. Get rid of auto vehicles. We will be safer, richer, healthier, and happier.
Oh shit, you have convinced me. I sold my cars and started walking everywhere. Oh no, I just got robbed and shot by a ghetto monger and project bunny on the side walk. What is the cost to society for that?
blackwell

AOL

#32 Sep 14, 2007
another lousy motorcycle driver gone. good bye and good riddance. our roads are a little safer now.
concerned one

United States

#33 Sep 14, 2007
Horse Shiesse wrote:
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Oh shit, you have convinced me. I sold my cars and started walking everywhere. Oh no, I just got robbed and shot by a ghetto monger and project bunny on the side walk. What is the cost to society for that?
It's not relevant to MY point, which is only things where an auto vehicle is involved. However, I will say your story of a hypothetical situation is a real "stretch", pertaining to ANY point. There is already SOME Public Mass Transportation right now, you know, and it is being used by multiple thousands of people every single day.
STFU

West Palm Beach, FL

#34 Sep 14, 2007
Skidded? What does that mean. Did he lay the bike down? Did he slam on his breaks? From the way the article is written, one can only guess.
Horse Shiesse

Lake Worth, FL

#36 Sep 14, 2007
concerned one wrote:
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It's not relevant to MY point, which is only things where an auto vehicle is involved. However, I will say your story of a hypothetical situation is a real "stretch", pertaining to ANY point. There is already SOME Public Mass Transportation right now, you know, and it is being used by multiple thousands of people every single day.
See ya on the bus bitch. By the way people get mugged everyday, you should know that if you read the Slantinel.
old timer

United States

#37 Sep 14, 2007
you people and your new fangled horseless carriages driving at break neck speeds... who needs 'em!
Credence Clearwater

Pompano Beach, FL

#38 Sep 14, 2007
<<The crash occurred when a motorcyclist skidded about a mile..>>

man that dude must have been going fast
Horse Shiesse

Lake Worth, FL

#39 Sep 14, 2007
Skidding a mile...

He must have been going 634 mph. If you don't believe me you do the math punter. Assume the mc weighs 650 lbs.

Tally ho's

HS
angel

Pompano Beach, FL

#40 Sep 15, 2007
maybe the motorcycle driver was weaving in and out of traffic and driving the usual 100 mph that they usually do, and just lost control. I am sure the helmut was off to!
angel

Pompano Beach, FL

#41 Sep 15, 2007
blackwell wrote:
another lousy motorcycle driver gone. good bye and good riddance. our roads are a little safer now.
Moorcycles are not anything as bad as the people that drive the trucks and SUVS around here. I am not talking about the tractor trailer drivers either. Guess they dont mind paying if they cause accidents or kill people. One girl in a hummer plowed in the back of a police car the other day. SO I prefer those divers to be GONE rather than the motorcycles
what ever

Hollywood, FL

#45 Sep 16, 2007
Oh, I thought you meant a vehicle that runs by itself, you know, auto-matically. LOL!

You were right using the term "motor", not "auto".

Are you Amish by any chance?
concerned one wrote:
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"Auto" meaning not a HORSE drawn carriage or anything like that. Is propelled by a MOTOR rather than an animal or the wind, etc. It's virtually any automobile, van, motorcycle, SUV, truck, RV, etc. Yes, there sure are plenty of crashes that's for sure. It wouldn't be so bad if that was ALL that was wrong with auto vehicles. But unfortunately there are a myriad of other HUGE problems also. We (taxpayers and consumers) are literally paying out BILLIONS of dollars for the infratructure (roads, lighting, signs, bridges, traffic jams, maintenance, traffic law enforcement, road rangers, parking facilities, junk yards, etc., etc., etc.) for the auto vehicles to get around. And our heavy dependence on foreign oil is absolutely devastating us as a nation. Our insurance business "landscape" for our auto vehicles is going to change dramatically, possibly as soon as Oct.1. This change is evidently going to bring bad hardships to owning and driving auto vehicles. All of these very serious types of problems such as the number and frequency of these tragic crashes you will not hear much about from the auto industry, AAA (American Automobile Associaton), the travel and tourist industry, the oil companies, the FDOT (Florida Department of Transportation), etc., etc., etc. Get rid of auto vehicles. We will be safer, richer, healthier, and happier.

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