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eyesinthesky

Mesa, AZ

#21 Apr 27, 2011
We were in it too. Didn't get our kids picked up from the baby sitter till 1am. Really sucked. I did however see a strange light or plane of some kind just after we started moving. Southbound on the highway it came from left to right. Did anyone else see it? Looked fast and close but silent. Maybe a stealth?
doesntmatter

Phoenix, AZ

#22 Apr 27, 2011
This was really a terrible accident. I was probably the second or third person on the scene I will never forget it. The motorcyclist and suv were family headed home to vegas and the horse trailer and RV were another family headed home to kingman... I would really like to know the status of the you pregnant woman and the man on the motorcycle. He said he was retired law enforcement officer and I know where they were air evac'd but I forgot their last names. I am deeply disturbed by the people who walked up to the scene and were taking pictures and making comments like "when its your time to go its your time". And others who were honking as if a four hour delay was worth more than the victims lives. Shame on them. Thank you to those who were respectful and genuinely cared about the familes well-being that were involved. There isn't much you can do except try to comfort those involved and keep them as calm as possible. Its heartbreaking hearing a man say he doesn't want to die he has too much left to do. I am registering for EMT courses in the fall. It definitely was not a good feeling on not knowing what to do for these people in need. Thank God he was wearing a helmet and they were wearing seatbelts.. Its remarkable they survived that crash
doesntmatter

Phoenix, AZ

#23 Apr 27, 2011
young*
Dionne

United States

#24 Apr 27, 2011
We were sitting in traffic for about 3 1/2 hours and still haven't heard any details other than a motorcycle an rv and a toyota tundra involved does anyone know if anyone was injured and if they are okay,what caused the accident?
Bill

Phoenix, AZ

#25 Apr 29, 2011
I guess we are never going to hear anything in the media on this. Pretty strange.
doug

North Las Vegas, NV

#26 Apr 29, 2011
WPS officer??
BRC

United States

#27 Apr 29, 2011
I think he meant DPS.
CIV

Las Vegas, NV

#28 Apr 29, 2011
I agree with Doesn'tmatter. I couldn't believe people where skipping on by my car with cameras in hand. NOT appropriate or respectful. I'm praying for the victims.
Gaby

Tucson, AZ

#29 Apr 30, 2011
CIV wrote:
I agree with Doesn'tmatter. I couldn't believe people where skipping on by my car with cameras in hand. NOT appropriate or respectful. I'm praying for the victims.
i agree.
Mary

Kingman, AZ

#30 May 1, 2011
Misty wrote:
I don't know but I've been looking every where. It was bad...three flight for life, 4 ambulances wow I hope the pregnant lady is ok.
Pregnant lady is fine, per the grapevine.
Mary

Kingman, AZ

#31 May 1, 2011
doesntmatter wrote:
This was really a terrible accident. I was probably the second or third person on the scene I will never forget it. The motorcyclist and suv were family headed home to vegas and the horse trailer and RV were another family headed home to kingman... I would really like to know the status of the you pregnant woman and the man on the motorcycle. He said he was retired law enforcement officer and I know where they were air evac'd but I forgot their last names. I am deeply disturbed by the people who walked up to the scene and were taking pictures and making comments like "when its your time to go its your time". And others who were honking as if a four hour delay was worth more than the victims lives. Shame on them. Thank you to those who were respectful and genuinely cared about the familes well-being that were involved. There isn't much you can do except try to comfort those involved and keep them as calm as possible. Its heartbreaking hearing a man say he doesn't want to die he has too much left to do. I am registering for EMT courses in the fall. It definitely was not a good feeling on not knowing what to do for these people in need. Thank God he was wearing a helmet and they were wearing seatbelts.. Its remarkable they survived that crash
Thank you for finally a caring remark. I know that the family in the RV are home safe. The RV did not blow up and did not turn over. But is gone. We almost lost people very dear to us and I thank the OB physician and anyone, including you who helped. It is a miracle, in which we will never forget as we hold and cherish them a little titer.
Scott

Milwaukee, WI

#32 May 1, 2011
BRC wrote:
I think he meant DPS.
You are right.I meant DPS officer.Sorry.
Angela

Salt Lake City, UT

#33 Jul 2, 2011
Misty wrote:
Does anyone know the status of the people involved in the Motorhome & motorcycle accident on mile marker 178 yesterday?
both are dead
Angela

Salt Lake City, UT

#34 Jul 2, 2011
We had been told that there was one casualty and as
we passed by later I saw his shoes and later learned that there were two fatalities both on
the motorcycle
brynn

Whittier, CA

#35 Sep 5, 2011
Misty wrote:
Does anyone know the status of the people involved in the Motorhome & motorcycle accident on mile marker 178 yesterday?
Hi the accident that accursed I was in it was pretty serious in my grandpa was on the motorcycle he lost his leg and my grandma had a double fracture in her elbow and 3 surguries and i broke my foot and my mom was badly brused and burned
Notimportant

Henderson, NV

#36 Sep 6, 2011
I was driving the SUV with my granddaughter and step-daughter. The motorcyclist was my husband. We all survived, including my husband. We are recovering from some extremely serious injuries but it was people like you who made such a difference. Thank you for your kind words and your compassion on the scene. We are fortunate and thankful every day. We are a public safety family, and if this accident brings us another EMT, all the more to be thankful for! God bless!

doesntmatter wrote:
This was really a terrible accident. I was probably the second or third person on the scene I will never forget it. The motorcyclist and suv were family headed home to vegas and the horse trailer and RV were another family headed home to kingman... I would really like to know the status of the you pregnant woman and the man on the motorcycle. He said he was retired law enforcement officer and I know where they were air evac'd but I forgot their last names. I am deeply disturbed by the people who walked up to the scene and were taking pictures and making comments like "when its your time to go its your time". And others who were honking as if a four hour delay was worth more than the victims lives. Shame on them. Thank you to those who were respectful and genuinely cared about the familes well-being that were involved. There isn't much you can do except try to comfort those involved and keep them as calm as possible. Its heartbreaking hearing a man say he doesn't want to die he has too much left to do. I am registering for EMT courses in the fall. It definitely was not a good feeling on not knowing what to do for these people in need. Thank God he was wearing a helmet and they were wearing seatbelts.. Its remarkable they survived that crash
Doesntmatter

United States

#37 Feb 9, 2012
I remember you. I Helped your family out of the including the little dog.:) thank you for the update and I'm glad to hear that everyone is safe. Prayers for your and your family
Notimportant wrote:
I was driving the SUV with my granddaughter and step-daughter. The motorcyclist was my husband. We all survived, including my husband. We are recovering from some extremely serious injuries but it was people like you who made such a difference. Thank you for your kind words and your compassion on the scene. We are fortunate and thankful every day. We are a public safety family, and if this accident brings us another EMT, all the more to be thankful for! God bless!
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Doesntmatter

Henderson, NV

#38 Dec 31, 2012
Hi, I'm sorry it took me so long to see this. If you are the wonderful angel who took care of my daughter, and especially my granddaughter, THANK YOU! I can still see you sitting there with your arms around that poor child, comforting her, and then taking them back to Phoenix. The little one had a broken foot that day! Her papa was in bad, bad shape, but she has learned some valuable lessons since that day. You were SO fantastic! I am still humbled by your caring. Thank you so much. Barb

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