Louisa man killed in crash

Louisa man killed in crash

There are 14 comments on the The Free Lance-Star story from Mar 8, 2010, titled Louisa man killed in crash. In it, The Free Lance-Star reports that:

A Mineral man is dead following a crash in Louisa County yesterday. Date published: 3/8/2010 A Louisa County man was killed yesterday afternoon following a single-vehicle crash in the county, state police said last night.

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Vraiblonde

United States

#1 Mar 8, 2010
The passenger, Richard S. Glass Jr., 22, of Mineral, died at the scene. He was not wearing a seat belt, Molnar said.

The DRIVER, Ashley R. Bonner, 18, of Stafford, was injured in the crash and transported by ambulance to the University of Virginia Hospital with non-life threatening injures, Molnar said.

It is unclear whether Bonner was wearing her seat belt, Molnar said.

Should prove interesting when the FACTS surface.
Mad in Louisa

Front Royal, VA

#2 Mar 10, 2010
Speaking with a viable and respected member of the community, who happened to be a friend of Richards, heard the driver of the vehicle make "very strange" comments hours preceeding the "accident" . Those who knew Richard (and the driver) Im sure look forward to the outcome of what must be, a thorough investigation!
FencePost

United States

#3 Mar 15, 2010
The driver should be sentenced to life in prison-she KILLED Richard! She has the outrageous nerve to post on the Woodward Funeral home site under Richards obituary-I personally hope she rots in jail!
Mom of 3

Locust Grove, VA

#4 Mar 17, 2010
My condolences go out to both families. It is common where there is pain, there is blame. I've been in this situation before and pain can bring a lot of hatred in places of your heart where there wouldn't have been any had there only been one person in the crash. It is so easy, like I've done, to put the blame on the other person and not accept anything but that "He wouldn't have died if it hadn't been for ***" Later I found out I was wrong for blaming and wishing bad things on the other person. I found out the other person felt just as much pain as we all did, but that person would carry much more pain than we could ever imagine. It took time before we were able to talk to the driver of the accident that took our loved one, but that driver didn't take our loved ones life, it was an accident and we should have never put that driver through what we did just because we felt the same as all of you.
Just know that there are others who feel your pain and take it from someone who's been through this exact same thing, to hope bad things on this person will never end the pain or bring back the loved one you've lost.
FencePost

United States

#5 Mar 17, 2010
Mom of 3 wrote:
My condolences go out to both families. It is common where there is pain, there is blame. I've been in this situation before and pain can bring a lot of hatred in places of your heart where there wouldn't have been any had there only been one person in the crash. It is so easy, like I've done, to put the blame on the other person and not accept anything but that "He wouldn't have died if it hadn't been for ***" Later I found out I was wrong for blaming and wishing bad things on the other person. I found out the other person felt just as much pain as we all did, but that person would carry much more pain than we could ever imagine. It took time before we were able to talk to the driver of the accident that took our loved one, but that driver didn't take our loved ones life, it was an accident and we should have never put that driver through what we did just because we felt the same as all of you.
Just know that there are others who feel your pain and take it from someone who's been through this exact same thing, to hope bad things on this person will never end the pain or bring back the loved one you've lost.
No harm "mom of 3" but the driver is pure white trash and now has to live with the knowledge of killing Lily's father. Rot in hell.
Mom of 3

Locust Grove, VA

#6 Mar 18, 2010
Fencepost I do understand your frustration and it is evident you didn't care for the driver very much, but to say she killed him just because she was the driver is not right. Put the shoe on the other foot, what if things were the opposite, he was driving and she died, how would you feel if people said the same things about him that you are about her? Everyone is feeling pain and just think, how is his daughter suppose to grow up with all this anger amoung everyone? One day she could possibly read some of these bad things people are saying and her life downspirals because of them, would that be right? Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but where do you draw the line. I'm sorry your feeling so much pain and as a mother I am sure that her pain is just as bad as yours.
mineral

Woodbridge, VA

#7 Mar 23, 2010
FencePost wrote:
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No harm "mom of 3" but the driver is pure white trash and now has to live with the knowledge of killing Lily's father. Rot in hell.
by the way Lilly is spelt wrong. The correct spelling is LILLY LEEANN GLASS.And her mom is doing a great job with her, considering her loss also.
KMB

Waco, TX

#8 Mar 24, 2010
It's not like she purposfully wrecked the car and killed him first of all so stop blaming her. Accidents happen and sitting there putting the blame on someone isn't going to bring Ricky back. I think living with that weight on her shouldners is enough of a punishment so stop feeling sorry for yourself. If you really cared about Ricky you'd stick it out for Ashley because it's whats best for Lilly.
sad

Springfield, VA

#9 Mar 24, 2010
When we lose someone the grief you feel is so overwhelming you look for anything to make you feel better. These were both young people, and as young people we say and do things that don't always seem right when we look back, if we are all held to truth for things that we have said or done, it would be a very said place, and an awful thing to know that when we are angry we say things we can not always take back, these two young adults loved each other, we do not have to like it or understand it, but that is the way it was and is. They brought a child into the world that has now lost a father and a mother that will live with that the rest of her life. A grown adult would have the hardest time dealing with this event let alone an 18 year old girl who thought that her world was Ricky.Lilly is a beautiful, joyful little baby who will need everyone to love her and support her.
Ricky loved Ashley and she him a tragic event changed their lives forever and the lives of everyone around them,Ricky would not want it to be this way. Be sad and be angry that accidents happen and that sometimes our loved ones are taken away but we must keep their memories alive with the people and things that made them happy.
AMC in Fredericksburg

United States

#10 Apr 29, 2010
One person (whos alive)knows what happened in that car. I hope the guilt is killing her. Lilly would be better with others.
DOODLE

Mechanicsville, VA

#12 Apr 30, 2010
AMC in Fredericksburg wrote:
One person (whos alive)knows what happened in that car. I hope the guilt is killing her. Lilly would be better with others.
Better with others? Like who? His family? They wouldn't even allow HIS OWN DAUGHTER to be brought to the funeral by someone else? A LOT OF LOVE THERE!!!! You would think they would want to see the baby and hold her considering she is PART OF HIM! The only person everyone is punishing is LILLY and she DOESN'T DESERVE IT! You better know what UR talking about before you make accusations that make U look ignorant!
POOP

Mechanicsville, VA

#13 Apr 30, 2010
POOPY-PooPY-I-SMELL-DOOKIE, IT LOOKS LIKE AMC IT'S A LITTLE SPOOKY...PEEEEEEUUUUUUUUUUU
ignorance

Woodbridge, VA

#14 May 20, 2010
AMC in Fredericksburg wrote:
One person (whos alive)knows what happened in that car. I hope the guilt is killing her. Lilly would be better with others.
Sorry for the loss. We all loved him. But this is plain stupid for someone who wasnt in the car and doesn't know what happened,(OBVIOUSLY) to give a opinion about Lilly. The only guilt her mom has is that she lived. She loved him. I only hope God doesn't allow you to have an accident and hurt or kill someone (Expecially if it wasnt your fault) If you do, Karma sucks!!! Watch what you wish for !!
Lilly is doing great with her mom and is a very happy baby
LOUISA

Stafford, VA

#15 Aug 31, 2010
Lilly is doing great and walking and almost talking. her first words were dada. and me being a close friend of ricky's promised that i would stay close to both ashley and lilly. She is being as strong as she possibly can be for her and for her daughter. but honestly if only u knew the things that ricky had told me about how he hated life cuz his family always ruined things. if only u knew that his own mother made them sleep in a car when there was snow outside cuz she did not want them together if only u knew that they slept in that car just so they could be together. and that they truly loved each other. they drove ricky to insanity and he so badly wanted to move away from them!

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