Woman thrown from car hit, killed on ...

Woman thrown from car hit, killed on Interstate 494 in Maple Grove

There are 81 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jan 15, 2011, titled Woman thrown from car hit, killed on Interstate 494 in Maple Grove. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

An Eagan woman died Saturday after her vehicle rolled on Interstate 494 in Maple Grove.

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United States

#3 Jan 15, 2011
Soo sad!! If only she was wearing a seat belt!! My heart breaks for her and her child!
All the Answers

Loretto, MN

#4 Jan 16, 2011
I'd nail the Camery drivers arse to the wall. 20 bucks says they were either talking or texting or thought they could get around traffic.
Bippy

Waconia, MN

#5 Jan 16, 2011
All the Answers wrote:
I'd nail the Camery drivers arse to the wall. 20 bucks says they were either talking or texting or thought they could get around traffic.
I don't know that I would assume that. You don't expect somebody to be lying in the road.
yeah but

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Jan 16, 2011
Bippy wrote:
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I don't know that I would assume that. You don't expect somebody to be lying in the road.
You're right. But the trucks were able to stop. She should have been more aware of what was going on. The drive of the Camry should have slowed down and been more mindful.
Ugh

Minnetonka, MN

#10 Jan 16, 2011
What kind of a mother cared so little about her child to not even buckle up, especially with the roads in that shape? Who wants to bet her car was in poor shape too, bad tires, etc.?
ummm

Zimmerman, MN

#11 Jan 16, 2011
The Camary's brakes failed!!!
mom

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Jan 16, 2011
I feel so bad for this family. I wish this would have never happened. She is now an angel who will watch over her baby from above.
jaime from eagan

Burnsville, MN

#15 Jan 16, 2011
i worked with her for 2 years so please save your BS for some other time, she was none of those. and a much better person than you.
Allen

Des Moines, IA

#16 Jan 16, 2011
Camry comes up sees trucks stoppped lets off gas, but see flipped car, a more prevalent scene for their vision. This is a simple tragic mistake, why did she not buckle up, why didn't the drivers use their vehicles to protect lady in in raod from coming traffic? Only for sure blame placed is on dead lady for not buckling up.
Kevin

United States

#17 Jan 16, 2011
What is wrong with some of you people? Where does your hate come from, my god, to think that I share the same air with you. She was not wearing a seat belt, that is why she died. Wake up!
I hate bikers

United States

#18 Jan 16, 2011
This is exactly why we must pass a helmet law.

Oh, and put a damn muffler on that piece of junk!

What's the difference between a Hoover and a Harley??????

A Hoover only carries one dirtbag!!

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I love Harley Free winters!!!
Hunting for Psychopaths

Barron, WI

#19 Jan 16, 2011
So sad. Just an investment of less than 5 seconds (to buckle up) and this little girl would still have her mommy.
Fact

Plymouth, MN

#20 Jan 16, 2011
My brother-in-law was one of those two truck drivers that stopped. The Camry driver attempted to go around the trucks as they were stopping, despite seeing the SUV as it flipped. Although the Camry driver didn't see that the SUV's driver had been ejected and was laying on the freeway, my understanding is that appeared as if the driver of the Camry wanted to avoid stopping for the accident that had just occurred. There is no way to tell why the Camry driver didn't stop like the two trucks that were directly behind the SUV did. My prayers go out to everyone, including the Camry driver, who were affected by this tragic accident.
Dick L

Saint Paul, MN

#21 Jan 16, 2011
Bippy wrote:
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I don't know that I would assume that. You don't expect somebody to be lying in the road.
That's why you pay attension when driving at all times.
Jannine L

Saint Paul, MN

#22 Jan 16, 2011
I have know her and her parents for a long time now.( Since before she was born). What a huge loss!!! My heart goes out to Laurie and Lyle, Aaron and "Alana Lou". This family was very close and a strong family, but how can you even think about what they are going through! Thier faith will get them through Iam sure. Why all the hate from people that were not even there! What if this was your family member. Won't you be hurting enough! Imagine reading all these thoughts. Come on people, enough hate in this world! If anything feel something for the child who will never know her wonderful mother!!!
Elizabeth Reller

Saint Paul, MN

#23 Jan 16, 2011
Greif! What terrible pain were all feeling. Losing my neice is a wound that will never heal. Our love of our family goes out to you. God's listening! he hears our cries.
hdog

Saint Paul, MN

#24 Jan 16, 2011
The guy in the Camry was probably just in too damn big of an important hurry to stop.
Seriously

Chaska, MN

#25 Jan 16, 2011
Ugh wrote:
What kind of a mother cared so little about her child to not even buckle up, especially with the roads in that shape? Who wants to bet her car was in poor shape too, bad tires, etc.?
Are you freaking kidding me?!?!? What planet did you grow up on? This child just lost her MOTHER in a completely tragic accident. You have no idea what this women's story is and you certanly have no right to judge how much she cared about her daughter. People like you seriously make me sick. Im glad you are such a PERFECT person and care so much about the people in your life that you have NEVER done anything that could potentionally injure yourself. Ugh.... My heart goes out to this womens family and all who are involved. Including the driver of the car that hit her. So so sad and i hope this will be some sort of a lesson to those of you who dont wear seatbelts.
observation

Saint Paul, MN

#26 Jan 16, 2011
drove from St. Paul to St. Cloud that morning and saw the aftermath of that accident and also saw at least 20 to 30 other vehicles in the ditch or saw other signs of cars hitting the center concrete barrier over the next 60 miles. The road looked like it was chemically treated and had frozen, making for a 'slippery condition' as posted on MNdot digital signs. It had snowed 2" the night before and the freeway was clear of snow and it was sunny out. It was like rush hour but on a Saturday morning at 9am. average speed to St. Cloud was about 40 mph. question, does the chemical work at 5 degrees? We saw a couple of salt trucks at the time loaded with salt, but for us, we were ahead of them
The Loon

United States

#27 Jan 16, 2011
If you do not wear a seat belt you are choosing to die in any accident you have. Sadly, iit was her choice.

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