Police investigate racing in fatal I-4 motorcycle crash
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#1 Jan 12, 2008
That is what people get living thier lives thinks the law doesn't apply to them only to others. Should we feel sorry for law breakers? What was the old saying on TV, "If you can't do the time don't do the crime"
live or die with what you do!
#2 Jan 13, 2008
you can only say that until it hits your family or someone you personally know, this is a tragic matter and I think your comment was out of line, and like my parents told me as a kid if you aint got nothing nice to say dont say nothing!!!
#3 Jan 14, 2008
This is very tragic for us at JB. He was one of our pilots and was well liked by fellow crewmembers. May his soul rest in peace and we pray for his family.
#4 Jan 15, 2008
Speeding, street racing on an interstate, killing
himself and critically injuring his passenger,
no helmets. Nice.
You have pretty low standards for the type of
people you let pilot your planes, Jet Blue. A
real wake-up call for anyone planning to fly on
this airline. Know me and my family never will.
#5 Jan 23, 2008
To even suggest that this accident is a direct correlation between Jetblue is ridiculous and down right STUPID. I fly Jetblue all the time and they are very professional. Get your comments straight!!! I believe the comment was a general statement. Look, people make mistakes and sometimes they are tragic. Did you ever break the law? Speed or blow through a stop sign? Ever get behind a wheel after having a few drinks? Don't get me started. The bottom line is he got caught in a bad situation. He put himself in that situation. Was it wrong? Yes, but don't comment if you don't know what kind of a person he truely is. Who are you to jump to conclusions about racing? Were they racing? I don't know, but your writing him off right out of the gate. I think Jetblue would be well served not to see you on their airplane. Your missing out!
#7 Apr 20, 2008
I knew the person and i'm airline employee. He was my neibers friend and what he told me. He did liked speed. He had his girlfriend on with him, lucky she servided but, she's is going trew a lot of pain. What he did wasn't right and he paid the price. If he did that with someone loved what would of he done with people full of passenger's he diden't know????
#8 Jan 11, 2009
You guys are heartless pricks
he was racing OMG it was on the interstate are you telling me you have never speeded on the interstate
and and for the person who said screw jet blue WTF do you think this guy is going to do barrel rolls and flips in a 747 grow the hell up.
THINK B4 YOU SPEAK.
#9 Jun 10, 2012
I agree 100% with you. I love to ride fast and aggressive but know my limitations. I am a total thrill seeker! I'm sure this guy didn't get on his bike and say "I think I'll kill myself and injure my girlfriend on purpose." I'm sure if he had his way, he would choose to be alive right now and ready for another run down the interstate. I've done the same more times than I can count. The only thing I would not have done is put another person's life in jeopardy. I know the risks involved and I'm going to live life to it's fullest. To all the rest of the negative, heartless inbreds spouting off at the mouth...two words. Self-righteous hypocrites!
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