Fatal accident in Virginia Beach leaves 1 dead

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Virginia Beach A- A Virginia Beach woman died early this afternoon after being ejected from a vehicle as a result of a motor vehicle accident.

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Patriot

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May 18, 2010
 

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My prayers are with the victims family, and with all of the good samaritans who stopped to aid in the accident. Regardless of how the accident came to be, the spirit of humanity and sorrow was with everybody who was on the interstate that day. To the young womans family I can only say that all of us on the interstate that day helping out will keep you in our prayers, always
Auntie Lisa

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#22
May 18, 2010
 
Sarah was a beautiful young women, I did not see or hear about if she was wearing a seat belt or not. I know she always did when she was in a car. I blame Donesha for her ignorance of how to handle a car. And I would like to comment to the finger pointing "experts" DO YOU PUT YOUR SEAT BELT ON BEFORE YOU PUT THE KEY IN THE IGNITION? AND DO YOUR LOVE ONES PUT THERE SEAT BELTS ON BEFORE THE CAR STARTS TO MOVE? Before you try to clean up someones elses back yard ---CLEAN UP YOUR OWN! SARAH was a shining star to all that new her, And inexpenience and neglect WAS the factor of her short life.Our family will NEVER be the same without our baby girl, SARAH!
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#23
May 18, 2010
 
God bless the entire family. Although I did not know Sarah, I know her husband. He has been an outstanding addition to our command since he has been there. I can only imagine how he is feeling right now. My condolences to the entire family.

Adam, be strong, lean on your family and friends for support during this difficult time. Remember that the men and women of VFC-12 are here for you. We spend so much time together that we are family, and we take care of each other without question.
Free American

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#24
May 19, 2010
 
Fact is, seat belts save lives. The driver survived...had on the seat belt? Personally, I stay off the expressway if at all possible. I even quit taking it to get to the Navy base (my gas milage has greatly increased), and even on the slower roads I drive now, I ALWAYS put on my seat belt. My wife has been in 3 accidents (in 6 months, the last one totaled our car and the guy got away and was never found)on I-64/264 because of some else's stupidity and thanks to her wearing her seat belt, the most she got was a few sore spots. She stays off the expressway, too.
My condolences to the Klos family.
Bonnie MOM of Sarah Klos

Austin, TX

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#25
Jun 3, 2010
 
I am the mother of Sarah Klos, the 20 year old who died in this accident. Yes, she should have worn a seatbelt. Her husband, Adam, was taking my daughter to physical therapy that morning. She had knee surgery a few days prior to the accident. Adam asked her to put her seatbelt on. She didn't want to because she needed to sit in a position which would be more comfortable for her casted knee. The woman, Donesha Stancil Plotts, responsible for this accident should accept the responsibility of the charge/s against her reckless driving. However, my daughter would have forgiven Donesha for the accident. I, as the Mom, forgive Donesha. I do not want Donesha to live the rest of her life filled with guilt for causing the death of my daughter. To do so, is only self-imposing a death sentence on her happiness in life. Donesha, all we ask is that you never again do whatever it was which caused this accident. Our message to everyone is to FASTEN YOUR SEATBELTS.
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When are people also going to learn to not lose control of their vehicle? Always be in control of your vehicle, such as GOING THE SPEED LIMIT and not drinking. Weather did not play a factor, thus leaving the situation entirely in the hands of the driver who was spinning across four lanes! Gee, it's easy to blame the person not wearing the seat belt, however the situation would've never occurred if you take the idiot behind the wheel out of the equation who caused the entire accident! A vehicle is a weapon and some people do not understand that.
Bonnie MOM of Sarah Klos

Austin, TX

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Jun 3, 2010
 
If you wish to share with me of your experience on the interstate that day, it may be a help to me with my unanswered questions.
Patriot wrote:
My prayers are with the victims family, and with all of the good samaritans who stopped to aid in the accident. Regardless of how the accident came to be, the spirit of humanity and sorrow was with everybody who was on the interstate that day. To the young womans family I can only say that all of us on the interstate that day helping out will keep you in our prayers, always
Bonnie MOM of Sarah Klos

Austin, TX

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Jun 3, 2010
 
Hi Jordan, I have so many unanswered questions about what happened. If you wish to help me in closing this door, please write me.
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My prayers and thoughts went out all day to her and her family , it happend only one car in front of me..I believe Donesha should get the maximum sentence for her driving.
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Norfolk, VA

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#28
Jun 3, 2010
 
I-264 is known as the Virginia Beach 500 expressway. Drivers forget the speed limit is only 55! We need more state police on our roads.
Spike

Suffolk, VA

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#29
Jun 3, 2010
 
Ok, I feel sorry for the families (both families), but I don't think people are being MEAN by pointing out that the young ladies should have been wearing seat belts, after all, it IS a law. Accidents can happen at any time, and just because it isn't your "fault" doesn't mean you aren't involved. I teach my 16yr old son to expect other drivers to do the dumbest thing possible and be prepared. One element of preperation is to buckle up. Again, I feel for the family and hopefully this tragic event can save lives in the future when others realize the price that can be paid if you don't buckle up.
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Virginia Beach, VA

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#31
Jun 7, 2010
 
I'm sure you are much more deserving since I know what a wonderful person Ann King is.
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#32
Jun 8, 2010
 
When a LEO (Law Enforcement Officer) pulls you over for not wearing your seatbelt, please dont complain about the ticket. That LEO probably saved your life in reminding you to wear your seatbelt. Yes, seatbelts save lives, statistics dont lie, thats why LEO, strictly enforces seatbelt laws TO SAVE LIVES. Do your part in disciplining yourselves to buckle up instead of a LEO stopping you to remind you. Buckle up and stay safe.
Stein

Virginia Beach, VA

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#33
Jun 8, 2010
 
My Sympathy to the family.

Generally when a person is ejected, it's because they were not wearing a seat belt. Please people, wear your seat belt! I refuse to move until everyone in the car has it buckled!

The woman who lost control is like so many other drivers here in VA (and elsewhere for that matter), they think they are in total control of their vehicle but have no clue how to handle adverse situations.
Victoria

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Jul 11, 2012
 
my cousin was sarah's best friend.. and i dont think that justice was served.. that person should be in jail and sarah should be alive.. sometimes life just isnt fair..
Friend

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Oct 21, 2013
 
Victoria wrote:
my cousin was sarah's best friend.. and i dont think that justice was served.. that person should be in jail and sarah should be alive.. sometimes life just isnt fair..
Its not fair. I found this thread because I was trying to locate my friend Donesha. I had heard about the accident when it happened but since then she has not seen or contacted friends. I don't know what happened, or what the sentance was. I do know this, she wasn't an idiot. She wasn't an unsafe driver. She was a mother to a 1 year old little girl and was weeks away from delivering her second child at the time of the accident. It was a horrible horrible accident. And before anyone judges anyone else perhaps you should think about how easily this could be you or your loved one on EITHER side of this tragedy.
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Oct 22, 2013
 
my condolences to the family of this young sailor. May he rest in peace.

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Oct 23, 2013
 
Just me, this thread is about an accident back in 2010.
David Colardo

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Oct 31, 2013
 
I am the Father of Sarah Klos.
It has been 3 years and 5 months since she has gone.
As time carries on I see her friends grow. Married, having babies and living life as it should be.

It is sad to know she will not experience any of this. Some people say ... She is in a better place. Maybe she is, but we should have an opportunity to live on Earth as it was meant to be for when we die it is for eternity.

I miss her so much. Sarah was a vibrant young woman who, 8 1/2 months earlier had gotten married in Rhode Island to Adam Klos a young navy man stationed in Virginia beach. She loved playing her guitar, recently adopted a puppy, signed up for college all prior to this terrible accident.
I learned to play the guitar to have another connection with my girl and wrote her a song to honor her.
It is all part of healing. I learn to carry on, but as life goes on at any given time random things can trigger sadness and tears. As much as I was angry with God, I realized that I cannot change what has happened, so where would I want my Sarah to be ?..... The answer, with God/Jesus in Heaven. Which has helped me to forgive and Love again. I forgive Doneesha and hope this horrid accident will teach people how fragile life is. Be good to people and before you do ANYTHING in life, ask yourself how will my actions or things I say make someone feel before I do them. Then make your decision with a loving heart.
Live, Love and Laugh my friends. Life is to short to do ANYTHING else. Sarah's Dad

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