Highway 12 crash kills one

Highway 12 crash kills one

There are 15 comments on the The Reporter story from Feb 22, 2009, titled Highway 12 crash kills one. In it, The Reporter reports that:

A fiery three-vehicle accident on Highway 12, just outside of Fairfield Friday evening left one person dead and sent three others to the hospital with major injuries.

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santat of vacaville

AOL

#1 Feb 22, 2009
This will never end untill this G D state puts a center divide. Our state spent millons last year on stupid rubber poles down the middle of the highway. which stops nothing.

Look at the golden gate bridge same thing just a road ready to kill you and yours.

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#2 Feb 22, 2009
Weren't all these dangerous road conditions suppose to be solved with those yellow plastic road divider sticks on highway 12? Hey...the vehicles weren't speeding though were they? Oh no...those double fines on highway 12 sure helped in this one didn't they?

So where is Lois "Darling of THE REPORTER" Wolk now? Where is she now after all the big press releases touting the money spent on highway 12 with all the big improvements to the road? Where is she now that one is dead, three injured even though they weren't speeding for fear of those double fines?

When Lois "Darling of THE REPORTER" Wolk gets up from her Sunday afternoon nap, maybe she can call the family of these victims and explain to them all the wonderful work she did out there on highway 12.

Wow, those yellow sticks and double fines sure made a difference didn't they?
Bob

San Jose, CA

#3 Feb 22, 2009
sav, "just a road ready to kill you and yours." I don't think any road has ever killed anyone. Poor driving ability kills people. Why should the taxpayers spend untold huge sums of money to protect people from their own stupidity?

Accidents happen, it is a fact of life, you could be hit by lightning, but that does not mean that we need a government agency to regulate or outlaw lightning.
Chuck

AOL

#4 Feb 22, 2009
Bob wrote:
sav, "just a road ready to kill you and yours." I don't think any road has ever killed anyone. Poor driving ability kills people. Why should the taxpayers spend untold huge sums of money to protect people from their own stupidity?
Accidents happen, it is a fact of life, you could be hit by lightning, but that does not mean that we need a government agency to regulate or outlaw lightning.
Crappy driving, drunk/drugged driving, mechanical failure, suicide (ie: turning into the path of an oncoming semi truck), medical emergencies.... all of these and more cause accidents. Why have airbags? Why wear a seatbelt? Why have a speed limit? Even an undoubtedly excellent driver such as yourself should be protected from "the other guy". A solid divider down the middle of Hwy 12 will help lower the death rate due to people crossing the center divide and taking out other, innocent, motorists.
Recovery Works

Roseville, CA

#5 Feb 23, 2009
sad
Joe

Suisun City, CA

#6 Feb 23, 2009
The department of transportation should place some cement dividers on this highway.

Highway 37 going towards Novato was a bloody mess like hwy 12 for a long time until the department of transportation placed dividers on the highway.

How many more people have to die in order for position safety structures can be placed on the highway?
K-F_C-D-V-S

Modesto, CA

#8 Feb 23, 2009
Man this came as such a shock i know Chris Coss and his sister i went to school with them i even know there dad we are all pretty good friends even Houston and for bob if you knew them you would feel like an complete asshole for saying that shit they were some of the nicest smart and good behaving people I've ever met.but some good news is they were both in Acoma till yesterday when they woke up but there still in critical condition i just pray to god that they both come out alright.

Since: Oct 08

Vacaville, CA

#9 Feb 23, 2009
K-F_C-D-V-S wrote:
Man this came as such a shock i know Chris Coss and his sister i went to school with them i even know there dad we are all pretty good friends even Houston and for bob if you knew them you would feel like an complete **** for saying that **** they were some of the nicest smart and good behaving people I've ever met.but some good news is they were both in Acoma till yesterday when they woke up but there still in critical condition i just pray to god that they both come out alright.
While you were in school with them, did you ever pay attention in English class ? Try mixing in some punctuation, and use capital letters when starting a new sentence. What state is Acoma located in, by the way ?
wcs - Vacaville

United States

#10 Feb 24, 2009
Emjoe: Acoma is located in New Mexico.

Since: Oct 08

Vacaville, CA

#11 Feb 24, 2009
Hmm, it's odd that K-F_C-D-V-S said that the victims woke up the next day in New Mexico. How did THAT happen ??
girl

United States

#12 Feb 25, 2009
That makes me sick of someone could ask "I wonder if this Pedro Ruiz even had a driver's license". just because he's Mexican? I graduated with him and he was a good, close friend of mine. He did, in fact, have a driver's license and never would have tried to kill himself, or any others. He was a great student in high school, attends college at Sac State and was a star football player throughout high school. But I guess because he's Mexican no one cares, they just assume. Whether it was the man who left the comment or this website, thank for deleting that. Accidents happen.
Nope

Sebastopol, CA

#13 Feb 25, 2009
Emjoe wrote:
<quoted text>While you were in school with them, did you ever pay attention in English class ? Try mixing in some punctuation, and use capital letters when starting a new sentence. What state is Acoma located in, by the way ?
Hay Emjo, Dis sounnds likes one of youre tipical post. were is youre compassion, youre hart for the peeple thats got hurt. youre a sad man ain't you. peeples were hurt here for criing out loud ands alll you worry bout is gramer and punctuations. you needs help.

Since: Feb 08

Vacaville

#14 Feb 25, 2009
Nope wrote:
<quoted text>
Hay Emjo, Dis sounnds likes one of youre tipical post. were is youre compassion, youre hart for the peeple thats got hurt. youre a sad man ain't you. peeples were hurt here for criing out loud ands alll you worry bout is gramer and punctuations. you needs help.
This made me laugh out loud. I will take cover now:)

Since: Oct 08

Vacaville, CA

#15 Feb 25, 2009
Nope wrote:
<quoted text>
Hay Emjo, Dis sounnds likes one of youre tipical post. were is youre compassion, youre hart for the peeple thats got hurt. youre a sad man ain't you. peeples were hurt here for criing out loud ands alll you worry bout is gramer and punctuations. you needs help.
Whatever, idiot. Careful how you type, because it could be perceived by Blacks (and Jar Jar Binks) to be offensive.
Ashley Coss

Tracy, CA

#18 Aug 27, 2009
Yes... Thank you for the Comments. Also Thank you for the prayers.

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