2 elderly Chicago women share tragic end

2 elderly Chicago women share tragic end

There are 25 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Dec 2, 2008, titled 2 elderly Chicago women share tragic end. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Mariam Shamoon and Myrtle Kramer led similar lives: both longtime Chicagoans, active in their churches and surrounded by family, who admired them for their vibrant lifestyles despite advanced years.

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Wheaton, IL

#28 Dec 2, 2008
As a relative of Myrtle's, just turn yourself in.

Saint Louis, MO

#29 Dec 2, 2008
I understand Christy's pain but, at least in my North Side neighborhood, there is nothing more dangerous than a mother in a hurry to get her kids to school, not unlicensed drivers. They don't believe stop signs apply to them. One even yelled at me for getting in her way as she barely missed hitting me when she failed to stop at stop sign.

United States

#30 Dec 2, 2008
There is no respect for the rules of the road.I have arrested drivers with 8 DUI'S and they dont even go to court when one of your relatives gets killed by one you might change your tune about being politically correct.
zoe moore

Skokie, IL

#31 Dec 2, 2008
zoe moore wrote:
How sad. RIP , Mariam Shamoon and Myrtle Kramer.
Both these ladies still had so much to live for, and will be dearly missed by their families.
I too wondered about the status of Sergio Candleara, the unlicensed driver who struck and killed Mariam Shamoon. Is he a legal resident? And why does the media always tip toe around this issue?
What happened to the very first post to this story, that appeared before mine? That poster had also queried the legal status of the driver, and likened the lawlessness of illegal aliens in this country to that of the Somali pirates.

I thought that person presented a very strong and effective point.

Libertyville, IL

#33 Dec 2, 2008
A Chicagoan wrote:
You're right. No joking matter. I'm going to buy two - large enough to fit over my raincoat and my parka!!
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I've also found reflective vests (like the kind construction workers wear) at places like Fleet Farm. Would think they might have them at Menards or Home Depot as well. Not all that expensive (<$10 I think)- and worth the $$.

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