Teen is run over by boat, killed in L...

Teen is run over by boat, killed in Lewisville Lake

There are 112 comments on the Dallas Morning News story from Aug 18, 2006, titled Teen is run over by boat, killed in Lewisville Lake. In it, Dallas Morning News reports that:

A 15-year-old Highland Village girl was killed Friday night when she was run over by a boat in Lewisville Lake.

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lin

Moorestown, NJ

#102 Feb 18, 2010
serioly the mommmy an dadddy thing seriouslt bitch grow up..
britt i miss you an love always .
sabrina daisy

Apo, AE

#103 Feb 24, 2010
what the hell was she doing in the lake?
Crisssy

Great Bend, KS

#104 Mar 4, 2010
So, if you are going to lie and say that you are the one that pulled her out of the water there is truley something wrong with your demented mind. Dont mock the family of this beautiful girl.
God bless her and her family.
The world is praying for you.
Crisssy

Great Bend, KS

#105 Mar 4, 2010
wow darwin. burn in hell you heartless b**ch.
choke on a di*k.
Crisssy

Great Bend, KS

#106 Mar 4, 2010
Darwin wrote:
She should have been a faster swimmer
burn in hell you heartless b**tch. would that be funny if it was your daughter?
choke on a dic* you chode licker.
Crisssy

Great Bend, KS

#107 Mar 4, 2010
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice one. He was proven innocent as HE WAS NOT DRUNK. The captain of the power boat did consume alcohol while on the lake, but testing done on the spot at the time of the accident proved to be inconclusive. The captain was not even drunk. He was lucid, intelligible, and displayed no signs of intoxication. How, might you ask, do I know? I was there when Britany was pulled from the water and observed the following investigation by the authorities. TPWD and Lewisville PD performed all of the correct procedures as the captain readily admitted to having consumed alcholic beverages while out on the lake. Was he drunk - no way. He was a sober as baptist in church on Sunday and was visibly shaken and almost in shock.
Know your facts before you spout off.
If I were him, I would be suing for slander, libel, and defamation of character as that website still alleges that he was drunk. Then he could recoup some of his legal fees for defending his innocence. And, I would be a character witness for him.
HAHAHAH WOW FYI. Are you really standing up for the man that killed this little girl? Im sure there's a spot in hell right next to him for you.
you can choke on a d*ck.
sarah

Miami, FL

#108 Jun 13, 2010
i swim in that lake all the time at family reunions and i almost drowned in it to and im so sorry for her family and i hope they will be ok
Concerned boater

Beaverton, OR

#109 Aug 16, 2010
No Crisssy. Hell is reserved for those who pass judgment on others without knowing all of the facts - like you.

I was the one who posted this note and you are wrong on so many counts. The young riders were at fault – a horrible, yet avoidable accident. The person who did run over Britteny was NOT drunk – blow tests confirmed this at the scene and were entered as evidence in court. It was all a tragic mistake directly caused by underage boaters demonstrating a lack of boater safety and common sense. Education would have helped, but knowledge comes through experience, and all of the young boaters were lacking in this category.

Next time you care to comment online, present your argument or statements with conclusive facts. It will make you appear to be wiser than a four year old…
Shaun

Charlottesville, VA

#110 Mar 11, 2012
Rockytopzz wrote:
I tried to take my picture off since it is unappropriate for this post.
THE WRATH OF GOD IS TO BE POURED OUT UPON YOU and YOUR CHILDREN.
Shain Nolimit Nester

Charlottesville, VA

#111 Aug 10, 2012
YOU WILL BURN IN HELL FOREVBER!!!!!!!
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice one. He was proven innocent as HE WAS NOT DRUNK. The captain of the power boat did consume alcohol while on the lake, but testing done on the spot at the time of the accident proved to be inconclusive. The captain was not even drunk. He was lucid, intelligible, and displayed no signs of intoxication. How, might you ask, do I know? I was there when Britany was pulled from the water and observed the following investigation by the authorities. TPWD and Lewisville PD performed all of the correct procedures as the captain readily admitted to having consumed alcholic beverages while out on the lake. Was he drunk - no way. He was a sober as baptist in church on Sunday and was visibly shaken and almost in shock.
Know your facts before you spout off.
If I were him, I would be suing for slander, libel, and defamation of character as that website still alleges that he was drunk. Then he could recoup some of his legal fees for defending his innocence. And, I would be a character witness for him.
Shaun Nolimit Nester

Charlottesville, VA

#112 Aug 10, 2012
I AM the SRIRITUAL DEATH of your SUNDAY JESUS CHRIST.
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice one. He was proven innocent as HE WAS NOT DRUNK. The captain of the power boat did consume alcohol while on the lake, but testing done on the spot at the time of the accident proved to be inconclusive. The captain was not even drunk. He was lucid, intelligible, and displayed no signs of intoxication. How, might you ask, do I know? I was there when Britany was pulled from the water and observed the following investigation by the authorities. TPWD and Lewisville PD performed all of the correct procedures as the captain readily admitted to having consumed alcholic beverages while out on the lake. Was he drunk - no way. He was a sober as baptist in church on Sunday and was visibly shaken and almost in shock.
Know your facts before you spout off.
If I were him, I would be suing for slander, libel, and defamation of character as that website still alleges that he was drunk. Then he could recoup some of his legal fees for defending his innocence. And, I would be a character witness for him.
Shaun Nolimit Nester

Charlottesville, VA

#113 Aug 10, 2012
I can't wait to watch you and your children BURN in HELL!!
FYI wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice one. He was proven innocent as HE WAS NOT DRUNK. The captain of the power boat did consume alcohol while on the lake, but testing done on the spot at the time of the accident proved to be inconclusive. The captain was not even drunk. He was lucid, intelligible, and displayed no signs of intoxication. How, might you ask, do I know? I was there when Britany was pulled from the water and observed the following investigation by the authorities. TPWD and Lewisville PD performed all of the correct procedures as the captain readily admitted to having consumed alcholic beverages while out on the lake. Was he drunk - no way. He was a sober as baptist in church on Sunday and was visibly shaken and almost in shock.
Know your facts before you spout off.
If I were him, I would be suing for slander, libel, and defamation of character as that website still alleges that he was drunk. Then he could recoup some of his legal fees for defending his innocence. And, I would be a character witness for him.

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