North Texan at least 55th Texas West ...

North Texan at least 55th Texas West Nile death

There are 4 comments on the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal story from Sep 19, 2012, titled North Texan at least 55th Texas West Nile death. In it, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reports that:

A suburban Dallas county has reported its fourth West Nile-related death and at least the 55th reported in Texas.

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Witness

Allen, TX

#1 Sep 19, 2012
Craziest car accident I have ever seen off coit rd in Plano tonight. Praying for his family. Took out a brick wall and it happened right in front of us... We could have gotten video but no one needs to see that again :( crazy how fast it happened. Flames everywhere and the driver mangled on side of road. I will never get that image out of my head. Makes you think twice about speeding ... I just wonder why he had to drive so fast and crazy down that road. Police are still cleaning up, hours later. No one else was involved, physically. I'm sure everyone who witnessed it and the cars in front of us will be traumatized by this accident forever. I know I am...
Steve

Plano, TX

#2 Sep 19, 2012
Witness wrote:
Craziest car accident I have ever seen off coit rd in Plano tonight. Praying for his family. Took out a brick wall and it happened right in front of us... We could have gotten video but no one needs to see that again :( crazy how fast it happened. Flames everywhere and the driver mangled on side of road. I will never get that image out of my head. Makes you think twice about speeding ... I just wonder why he had to drive so fast and crazy down that road. Police are still cleaning up, hours later. No one else was involved, physically. I'm sure everyone who witnessed it and the cars in front of us will be traumatized by this accident forever. I know I am...
I came upon the accident well after the police showed up. From what I could see it looked pretty horrible. Sorry you had to witness it.
Blake

Plano, TX

#3 Sep 19, 2012
I drove up on the northbound side right after it happened. I thought a small plane had crashed when all I could see were parts on fire everywhere. Sad sad story. Praying for his family.
Michelle

Plano, TX

#4 Sep 20, 2012
I was on the northbound side of the road as well and noticed a fire on the median. As I got closer I saw the fire on the other side of the road and that's when I noticed the frame of the car and parts of the car scattered across both sides of the road. I could not believe my eyes. I had arrived upon the accident before the police were there. I had to turn down a side road because I had my small daughter with me and I was afraid of what she might see. I am praying for this family.

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