Three injured when motorcycle, car crash

Three injured when motorcycle, car crash

There are 41 comments on the PhillyBurbs.com story from Aug 24, 2009, titled Three injured when motorcycle, car crash. In it, PhillyBurbs.com reports that:

Three people were taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital on Monday with major head injuries after a motorcycle crashed into a car on Route 663 in Milford, state police said.

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A lesser being

Coaldale, PA

#22 Sep 7, 2009
Nancy Mortonthal wrote:
<quoted text> One thing needs to be made perfectly clear, quakertown. None of my comments regarding the irresponsible lawbreaker were nasty. Why, in a public forum, would you care to usurp my right to freely and logically comment? Are you some type of radical wishing to deprive citizens of their constitutional rights? I have respect for people who obey the laws. People who violate laws need to be punished. This motorcycle driver broke many laws and injured several innocent people. The driver has brought hurt and shame to his family because of his selfish and arrogant actions. Society requires him to pay a price for his actions. This price can only be jail time.
Oh how i do love when people stand behind the constitution and use it as a shield when they act like morons. No one deserves to be injured and while yes he may have broken laws, at this point it is a conjecture. Tommy is a great person and unfortunately he made a bad decision. Like im sure you have. And to say that you only respect people who obey laws is a shear brilliant sentence (SARCASM). Every person has broken a law at some point whether they know it or not. Obviously your not a religious person because you are selective of whos life you respect. Well lady with all do respect, reading your comment made my IQ drop by 30 point. I hope to meet you someday because the only way someone can pass judgement the way that you did was if they are a perfect being. I hope that someday you will grace me with your presence. No please fly back up to your kingdom in the clouds and leave us miscreants here to rot. In Nancy's name we pray.
YOU WILL PULL THROUGH TOMMY!!!!!
Friend

United States

#23 Sep 11, 2009
qtown resident, the two injured kids are doing well, in fact, my one friend is going to be back in school soon, the other kid is resting at home but doin fine. As for tommy, the motorcycle driver, he is starting to move his arm and toes which is a good start, but stills got a long road of recovery ahead of him. But yeah, don't stress about them anymore, they are proggressing real well.
Friend

United States

#24 Sep 11, 2009
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!! !! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

AMEN to that A Lesser Being, could not have said it ANY better.

AGREED! You WILL pull through Tommy
Nancy Mortonthal

Westchester, IL

#25 Sep 12, 2009
Friend wrote:
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!! !! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
AMEN to that A Lesser Being, could not have said it ANY better.
AGREED! You WILL pull through Tommy
Little Tommy needs to learn that in society, those who not not respect the rights of others are punished Tommy disrespected the rights of those injured and he will pay after our court system finishes with him. Everyone can make a mistake. It takes an idiot to make a mistake that physically injures others to satisfy their misguided desire of pleasure. Tommy acted as an idiot in a social setting and bears responsibility to repay society for his cheap thrills. Arrogance and idiocy are not just excuses, And, lesser being, I am sorry to hear your IQ level has dropped into single digits.
A lesser being

Coaldale, PA

#26 Sep 12, 2009
Nancy Mortonthal wrote:
<quoted text> Little Tommy needs to learn that in society, those who not not respect the rights of others are punished Tommy disrespected the rights of those injured and he will pay after our court system finishes with him. Everyone can make a mistake. It takes an idiot to make a mistake that physically injures others to satisfy their misguided desire of pleasure. Tommy acted as an idiot in a social setting and bears responsibility to repay society for his cheap thrills. Arrogance and idiocy are not just excuses, And, lesser being, I am sorry to hear your IQ level has dropped into single digits.
Single digits, really. What are you like five? I guess intelligent thought is too much for some people.
ILuvBucks

Glendale, CA

#27 Sep 12, 2009
Nancy Mortonthal wrote:
<quoted text> Little Tommy needs to learn that in society, those who not not respect the rights of others are punished Tommy disrespected the rights of those injured and he will pay after our court system finishes with him. Everyone can make a mistake. It takes an idiot to make a mistake that physically injures others to satisfy their misguided desire of pleasure. Tommy acted as an idiot in a social setting and bears responsibility to repay society for his cheap thrills. Arrogance and idiocy are not just excuses, And, lesser being, I am sorry to hear your IQ level has dropped into single digits.
*S--t stirring post that doesn't need a response.*
Qtown Resident

Sellersville, PA

#28 Sep 12, 2009
ILuvBucks wrote:
<quoted text>
*S--t stirring post that doesn't need a response.*
Whether or not he faces legal repercussions he certainly will be facing financial ones, because it is a given that those hurt in the car will sue him.
ILuvBucks

United States

#29 Sep 12, 2009
Just out of curiousity, how do you sue a kid?Garnish his Pizza Hut paycheck? Seriously, how
does that work? Is he a minor?
Nancy Mortonthal

Westchester, IL

#30 Sep 12, 2009
ILuvBucks wrote:
Just out of curiousity, how do you sue a kid?Garnish his Pizza Hut paycheck? Seriously, how
does that work? Is he a minor?
He is not a minor. His earnings and possessions will be garnished until a judgement is satisfied. It could be for a lifetime. Arrogance and stupidity do have a price.
Aunt Bea

Allentown, PA

#31 Sep 14, 2009
ILuvBucks wrote:
Just out of curiousity, how do you sue a kid?Garnish his Pizza Hut paycheck? Seriously, how
does that work? Is he a minor?
Tommy is NOT a minor

This thread has really turned ugly. Kids were seriously injured, false statements have been made and many assumptions have been made.What happened to all those involved was horrific at best.

Tommy has learned a serious life lesson by almost losing his own life and having many months if not years of recovery ahead of him. He has been serving time in a hospital bed for his actions. The others innocent boys that were injured by no fault of their own are recovering and hopefully with no long lasting complications.

Tommy's insurance company will be paying out the nose to cover hospital costs not only for him but for the others and Tommy will be uninsurable for sometime and then his rates will be unaffordable for some time after that. The parents of the other boys will most likely (no a guarantee) will sue Tommy and in civil court and because Tommy lives at home and POSSIBLY is insured on his parents policy, his parents assests are now fair game.

Teens should be mandated to course not just on safety but on liability. Many have no idea (proven by the above poster) how their actions can ultimately destroy their own families homes and savings.
ILuvBucks

Culver City, CA

#32 Sep 14, 2009
Aunt Bea wrote:
Many have no idea how their actions can ultimately destroy their own families homes and savings.
I think you are right.
Family memeber

United States

#33 Apr 13, 2010
Get your information right. He did not home with just a broken jaw! He was hit in the head with a bike, come on
magic man

Jersey City, NJ

#35 Jul 18, 2011
I'm extremely good friends with the rider he's practically.my brother nd yea I think he's an.idiot driving.reckless but how dare ne one sit there nd say just because he made a bad decision let's send him to jail its bad enough he isn't gonna be able to walk for some time how bout we put one of your kids in that position just like someone said you wouldst want them in jail people learn from their mistakes nd it doesn't have to be jail time to learn you think he isn't gonna think about it everytime he wakes up what he did nd to keep those memories forever well i know.he will nd I know he won't ever do another.thing like that again soo if you can't be nice nd just say Ohh jail time don't say ne thing at all
magic man

Jersey City, NJ

#36 Jul 18, 2011
A lesser being wrote:
<quoted text>
Single digits, really. What are you like five? I guess intelligent thought is too much for some people.
Whoever you are Nancy you need to just stop why your.ahead nd realize no one in this world is perfect people make mistakes nd some get punished different than other.you think your so perfect I couldnt believe to see what your.kids are like or are going to be when they are or get out.of your house its called rebellious thats what happens when stuck up people keep their kids away from stuff me don't let them.live and learn you talk bad well karma is coming for you nd I hope it.hits you just as hard as the words you said hit me.being he's like my brother
Quakertown Friend

Bethlehem, PA

#37 Jul 18, 2011
As far as I'm concerned, everyone should leave their comments to themselves. None of you were at the scene of the crime, or know exactly all that happened so why should you write statements on here that could be false. That is slander you know. The only people talking should be all that were involved in the accident and that is it. Other wise it's a guessing game. I was in the waiting room with Tommy's parents the day of the accident waiting for him to come out of the hospital. I saw none of you, besides maybe on person who wrote on this form there. So, that being said, how can you comment on his condition? No one but those who were involved know what happened, so I hope when Tommy gets well he sees this and clears it up for those of you who think you know everything.
Quakertown Friend

Bethlehem, PA

#38 Jul 18, 2011
It's understandable that you are all concerned, but don't try to piece together the puzzle of what happened when no one but those involved know.
magic man

Jersey City, NJ

#39 Jul 18, 2011
Quakertown Friend wrote:
As far as I'm concerned, everyone should leave their comments to themselves. None of you were at the scene of the crime, or know exactly all that happened so why should you write statements on here that could be false. That is slander you know. The only people talking should be all that were involved in the accident and that is it. Other wise it's a guessing game. I was in the waiting room with Tommy's parents the day of the accident waiting for him to come out of the hospital. I saw none of you, besides maybe on person who wrote on this form there. So, that being said, how can you comment on his condition? No one but those who were involved know what happened, so I hope when Tommy gets well he sees this and clears it up for those of you who think you know everything.
Yea for those of you who weren't in the operating waiting.room just shut your mouths I was the first one there besides his parents nd I didn't see.ne.one else their besides a couple friends who came.later soo if you don't know what your talking about just leave it alone
magic man

Jersey City, NJ

#40 Jul 18, 2011
The motorcycle driver has a lawyer nd is suing everyone who.is posting lies on here what everyone said is not the truth not even close to it so I hope you all feel like crap
Johnny

State College, PA

#41 Oct 25, 2012
I was in the front passenger seat during the accident. I don't know if any of you still read this but this accident has completely changed all of our lives. Just last night I was talking about how nothing is how it's supposed to be. I will always be a little angry with tommy for screwing up like that. He was reckless passing cars and I am told he's bragged about it before. The injuries sustained were horrific (although no one in the car had an ear sewed back on) and I'm sure tommy has learned his lesson. In my opinion it goes back to where Tommy's morals were developed. I hope him and his family understand it took the driver two years to get another car and effected her career. My friend with the broken jaw had short term memory problems and my other buddy had altering states of mind and he's very distant now. I'm glad to say everyone is ok but life changes in an instant. I live a minute from that intersection and would also like to point out that it is deadly. There IS a passing zone not long before the intersection and people easily abuse it. They still have yet to do anything about it. A lot of you were too quick to judge as it is called an accident for a reason but others of you shouldn't act like you know what happened just cause you were at the hospital. The fact is it happened and it's an experience everyone needs to learn from. I'm sure tommy has and a lot of us learned to check our rear view mirrors before making left turns because you never truly know what can happen on the road. Tommy you have a very loving family and I'm very happy you're doing well and walking today. My main point of writing is that I'm so astonished by where the topic of this conversation went. If any of you are more concerned with how to teach the lesson rather than learning from it then become a law maker or find a forum for that. This was about our lives most importantly those injured and it's about the community and how we can learn from every accident that happens especially those we weren't expecting.
none

Sellersville, PA

#42 Oct 25, 2012
Most of these motorcycle riders deserve what they get. They know exactly what they are doing is very dangerous yet they do it anyway. They think that everyone is looking at them so it's time to showoff. Newsflash it's not the first time i seen a motorcycle it's nothing special. These kids on crotch rockets think that everyone on the road is their audience but most of us don't even care what your riding.

Same with the kids in shitty Hondas racing past you with the gay fart mufflers. Again nobody cares that you drive a gay honda but other gay honda owners. There is nothing cool about a $20k production car that anyone can buy. When you blow by me in a Bentley GT maybe I'll look.

These crotch rocket riders have a "ride or die" attitude and never stop. He will recover and do the same shit. I watched videos on Youtube of clubs where guys broke every bone in their body and went right back to it. Showed a guy with his 2 fingers chopped off from the chain and sprocket and he said he'll never stop.

Idiots are born idiots they don't change.

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