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2 people killed, 2 injured in early morning crash

There are 58 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Mar 2, 2008, titled 2 people killed, 2 injured in early morning crash. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Two people were killed early Sunday and two were critically hurt when a speeding car hit a motorcycle from behind on Interstate 4 , Orlando police said.

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CSP

Orlando, FL

#1 Mar 2, 2008
It figures the BMW driver who caused this accident is the one who's not injured.
Das Boot

Orlando, FL

#2 Mar 2, 2008
Send her to jail when she gets out of the hospital.
hmmm

Cocoa, FL

#3 Mar 2, 2008
I hope they charge her with negligent homicide
why

Orlando, FL

#4 Mar 2, 2008
You know when Orlando hit the high in murders the paper, new networks, and everyone in Central Florida was all up in the arms. People die on the roadways everyday and noone causes a stick about that. why is it. People dont deserve to get shot but if die in an automobile then its okay? Why?
Sasha

Winter Haven, FL

#5 Mar 2, 2008
which people exactly died because i was there and there was a guy in the car and a girl unconscious on the road and another girl was in the grass and was not responding. the driver of car looked fine and the motorcyclest was limping from what i saw....please write me back and keep me updated who died.
Sasha

Winter Haven, FL

#6 Mar 2, 2008
It was not the drivers fault exactly6670
WTF

Midland, VA

#7 Mar 2, 2008
death penalty for the BMW driver.
murdercycle

Longwood, FL

#8 Mar 2, 2008
One more reason to drive something with 4 wheels instead of 2.. could have walked away from this one
Grandma Fudd

Oviedo, FL

#10 Mar 2, 2008
Everybody would be alive and well if they just followed Mom's advice.

" I want you home and in your own bed by 11 p.m.-- There is nothing out there after midnight except people looking to find trouble and others willing to provide what they are looking to find "

Very few "innocent bystanders" are found shot or stabbed or run over that were in their own beds come midnight.
Educationistheke y

Winter Garden, FL

#11 Mar 2, 2008
murdercycle wrote:
One more reason to drive something with 4 wheels instead of 2.. could have walked away from this one
There you go again with your nonsense. So you are saying that it was the motorcyclist's fault? Get a life fool! He/she was minding their own business when a speeding car hit them! How can you EVER blame the motorcycle for this? You need a mental examination. You are always the first to jump on these motorcycle discussions and THINK, I said, THINK, you are right. I am so sorry my friend, but you are wrong this time and all of the other times before when you post your nonsense on here. Not the fault of the motorcyclist. It is the people on four wheels who keep killing the innocent motorcyclists. Get a life dude.
why

Orlando, FL

#12 Mar 2, 2008
murdercycle wrote:
One more reason to drive something with 4 wheels instead of 2.. could have walked away from this one
A passenger in the BMW.(4 door vehicle ) died at the scene
why

Orlando, FL

#13 Mar 2, 2008
Sasha wrote:
It was not the drivers fault exactly6670
Yeah, The motorcycle should have been hauling a$$ then he would not have gotten hit by the BMW.
Rose

Orlando, FL

#14 Mar 2, 2008
Sasha wrote:
It was not the drivers fault exactly6670
Um, Beemer driver was speeding...couldn't stop in time for the traffic in front of her...this accident is soooo her fault. Vehicular homicide, period.
CRUSTY

Lake Mary, FL

#15 Mar 2, 2008
Grandma Fudd wrote:
Everybody would be alive and well if they just followed Mom's advice.
" I want you home and in your own bed by 11 p.m.-- There is nothing out there after midnight except people looking to find trouble and others willing to provide what they are looking to find "
Very few "innocent bystanders" are found shot or stabbed or run over that were in their own beds come midnight.
Fudd, there is a trade off involved in following Mom's advice versus having fun. You took Mom at her word and exist as a sixty eight year old computer addicted, false conservative gadfly. Many, including myself, would rather have gone down in flames.

BTW, I enjoy your perspectives and that you make finding the humor so very easy. How is Mom?
I-4 Traveler

United States

#18 Mar 2, 2008
Another murder committed by a driver who could not control her vehicle. There is very little traffic at 3:00am in the morning. So what was going on in the BMW??? Passengers ejected = NO SEATBELTS!!! Really STUPID people....especially the driver. Sorry about the deaths but I hope she is convicted of murder. Then she'll find out about the "action going on" in prison at 3:00am.
Scrapiron

Lakeland, FL

#19 Mar 2, 2008
Sasha wrote:
It was not the drivers fault exactly6670
What the hell is THAT supposed to mean?
Scrapiron

Lakeland, FL

#20 Mar 2, 2008
The fact that no names have been publicized should be an indication that the driver or her parents have connections somewhere. You folks who live in Orlando should stay on top of this......Get a copy of the crash report and find out the drivers name. See if the driver was charged. If not, ask the State's Attorney "Why not". Then stay on top of this if you have to call the State Attorney every week. Don't let this go away or it'll get swept under the rug.
Bob

Oviedo, FL

#22 Mar 2, 2008
Educationisthekey wrote:
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There you go again with your nonsense. So you are saying that it was the motorcyclist's fault? Get a life fool! He/she was minding their own business when a speeding car hit them! How can you EVER blame the motorcycle for this? You need a mental examination. You are always the first to jump on these motorcycle discussions and THINK, I said, THINK, you are right. I am so sorry my friend, but you are wrong this time and all of the other times before when you post your nonsense on here. Not the fault of the motorcyclist. It is the people on four wheels who keep killing the innocent motorcyclists. Get a life dude.
I don't think his point was to blame the deceased motorcyclist; of course he was not at fault. I think his point was that what is a simple fender bender in many cases is a fatal wreck if a motorcycle is involved. It doesn't matter if you were right or wrong - you're just as dead. I am glad my children made it through their teenage years without ever wanting to ride motorcycles. By all means, ride if you want, but you just can't argue the point that it is riskier than driving a car, especially if a helmet is not worn.

kisana

Orlando, FL

#23 Mar 2, 2008
A late saturday night at 3am, late teens and early 20's..no doubt they were out partying,drinking and acting crazy ie..the cars were racing each other and it was because of that irresponsibility that a motorcyclist lost their life and a passenger in the bmw lost her life. The driver was treated and released with minor injuries. At 645am almost 3hrs after the crash as I was going to work, they were still cleaning up from the accident. The BMW had rolled numerous times and was in several pieces. About 7 police cars were there and the accident was being investigated, pictures being taken etc. There was also 2 white vans near the extremely totaled bmw and there were 2 men loading a body bag onto a stretcher while the Wesh 2 news van was about 20yrds away with their camera hoisted was into the air about 15 feet angeled down so they could take video and pictures. The driver needs to be charged with 2 counts of vehicular homicide and the driver of the other car needs to be charged as an accomplice or with involuntary manslaughter for their involvement in the race that led to those 2 tragic deaths. Alot of people will probabally say, well the driver is so young and she's only 19..this will ruin her life..Well I'm sorry but she made the choice to get behind the drivers seat and race and she needs to pay for the consequences of her actions and if it ruins her life so be it..what about the lives of the 2 victims? their lives were more then ruined..their lives ended because of her.
Educationistheke y

Winter Garden, FL

#24 Mar 2, 2008
murdercycle wrote:
Educationistheke y
Are you at bike week yet?
They have the body bags ready.
Enjoy your 2-wheeled coffin, and your poor decision to engage in such a selfish hobby with no returns.
Maybe one day you will take responsibility for those decisions.
And one day you will pay the ultimate price.
Just a matter of time ....
Don't expect any sympathy from me.
Speaking of "nonsense" ... you are just another foolish moron on a bike.
You are so dumb. You post the same thing over, and over, and over again on these motorcycle discussions. Can't you think of a new lines by now? You old nonsense is getting boring!

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