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Man Killed, Woman Hurt In Licking Co. Crash

There are 65 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Sep 25, 2009, titled Man Killed, Woman Hurt In Licking Co. Crash. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

One person was killed and another seriously injured Thursday night in a rollover crash.

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Patti

Powell, OH

#2 Sep 25, 2009
Someone dumped or lost a large amount of gravel on Columbia between the school driveway and that housing entrance earlier this week. I'm wondering if the loose stone and the slick roads played a part in this accident.
RIPMCG

Redwood City, CA

#5 Sep 25, 2009
I don't think choosing not to or forgetting to buckle up makes you a jerk. He was right around the corner from his home. How many of us have driven down the street or around the corner and not buckled up just because we think we are safe?

At any rate, nobody deserves to die simply because they didn't buckle up and the inconsideration shown on this forum is disgusting. A young man, who happened to be a close friend of mine, lost his life last night. His family and friends are grieving and should they read this article I don't think they need to see ignorant posts about how buckling up would have saved his life. Have some compassion or at the very least some respect. If you are too dense to see this for what it really is, a tragic loss of a human life, then please keep your comments to yourself.

Chad, I will miss you so much. Your energy and sense of humor always brought a smile to my face. I can't wait to see you on the other side.
Sonya

Galloway, OH

#6 Sep 25, 2009
I am sorry you dumb jerk. I know he was not wearing his seatbelt and yes he should have been but he should not have lost his life because of it and for you to be so inconsiderate about the loss of a life. This is a friend of mine and it was a very tragic accident. How can you say he is a jerk. I think you need to rethink what you say.
RIP CHAD

South Charleston, OH

#7 Sep 25, 2009
I'll MISS YOU BUD!!! LOVE YOU! CHRISSY
Dumb

Columbus, OH

#8 Sep 25, 2009
Wear your seatbelt it might save ur life !!!!!!!!
HAR

Newark, OH

#9 Sep 25, 2009
Dumb wrote:
<quoted text>lol they said he wasent wearin a seatbelt ! If he did there would ne no death!!!!!!! I think he waz the jerk for disobeyn the seat belt law!
You shouldn't call someone who died a jerk. Yes he made an unwise decision to not wear his seatbelt that possible cost him his life but seatbelt have been known to kill too.
Sonya

Galloway, OH

#10 Sep 25, 2009
Yes it might save your life but you should not have been so rude about what you said. Would you want someone to say something like that if you had just lost a loved one? No I don't think so. So please before you say something else inconsiderate and heartless just leave it alone.
Mattie

Columbus, OH

#11 Sep 25, 2009
I don't think the statement of advising people to wear their seatbelts is wrong, maybe just word it a little nicer.
Dumb

Columbus, OH

#12 Sep 25, 2009
HAR wrote:
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You shouldn't call someone who died a jerk. Yes he made an unwise decision to not wear his seatbelt that possible cost him his life but seatbelt have been known to kill too.
yes seat belts can kill but 99 percent of crashes that invold someone bein tossed out of the car ..could have been preventd if they wore there seat belt!
HAR

Newark, OH

#13 Sep 25, 2009
Dumb wrote:
<quoted text>yes seat belts can kill but 99 percent of crashes that invold someone bein tossed out of the car ..could have been preventd if they wore there seat belt!
Correct but I wasn't saying he shouldn't have worn his seat belt. I agree with you on that. However I believe that we shouldn't call him a jerk because he didn't wear his seatbelt!
rip g

Holmesville, OH

#14 Sep 25, 2009
i miss you and love you with all my heart chad
Corrina

Hilliard, OH

#15 Sep 25, 2009
You shouldn't call him a jerk. You don't even know him. Calling him a jerk shows what little class you truly have. Ever hear the saying,'don't trample on a man's grave?'

He was one of the best guys I knew, period. Would have done anything for anyone, at any time.

This was a tragic accident and he will be missed by many many people.
pam

Reynoldsburg, OH

#16 Sep 25, 2009
I think those of you who made the remarks about the seatbelt not being worn or should have been worn was very rude and hurtful if any of his family or friends are reading this. This was a young man, who was loved by so many people, and lost his life. You need to be more compassionate in what you say and condescending. My condolences go out to his family and friends.
Christian

Chillicothe, OH

#17 Sep 25, 2009
Just for the record on seatbelts, I was in a very bad auto accident and was told by a medical proffessional had I been wearing that seatbelts I would not be here today. So no seatbelts dont always save a life, they sometimes take a life too. I think it should be ones choice to wear it, not a law, another right taken by law makers we are not free at all.
Trudy aka T Wilakas

Pataskala, OH

#18 Sep 25, 2009
Chi-rad, it hurts that I couldn't say goodbye and that I won't see your smiling face, but I know you can hear me now and I know you're in a better place. I love you and miss you. He has a plan for us all. We just need to be strong and belive.
out of towner

Columbus, OH

#19 Sep 25, 2009
Living here for only a few years it appears that almost 80% of fatal accidents are caused by cars rolling over into ditch's......The seat belt issue has nothing too do with the accidents. Why have those ditch's.....when putting in a road the damn things need to be filled in! There are no emergency lanes and the so called guard rails are of no help because of the size. Having read the story, Did speeding have anything to do with the accident?
Jeremy

Pataskala, OH

#20 Sep 25, 2009
R.I.P CHAD - You will be greatly missed!!
Alisha

Columbus, OH

#21 Sep 25, 2009
I only had the oppotunity to meet Chad one time through his work buddy Mike, and I can tell you without really knowing him, he had a spirit and a way of making people smile that I will always remember. He reminded me of an important message that I think we all forget at times, life is short and nothing is guaranteed. My sincere apologies go out to his family and friends for this terrible loss. You will always be remembered Chad.
Matt

Newark, OH

#23 Sep 25, 2009
He was my neighbor and a good friend. He was the first friend I made after moving to Pataskala, and helped me make many other good friends. I miss you already man.
MKs

Chicago, IL

#24 Sep 25, 2009
Melissa wrote:
i know this chic personally. she is a drug addict and a cold hearted person. she just doesnt know how to treat people. she got what she deserved i think and maybe now that kid of hers can actually grow up to have a good life seein how he will probably be in a foster home. she shouldnt have been drunk. what goes around comes around. she shouldnt have been usin people and treatin them like crap. maybe now she will wake up and smell the roses.
The woman didn't die, or are you even commenting on the story you think you are?

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