Kind of like the idiots that cut in front of semi-trucks and then are shocked at the damge those things can cause.Um, why would ANYONE just walk out in a busy road without looking first? Didn't we learn those rules in kindergarten? Why do they always place the blame on the driver for pedestrian's stupid mistakes?
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#27 Sep 22, 2008
#28 Sep 22, 2008
I wonder if the Jeep feels remorse for its actions. Does it have a soul? Who are WE to cast our morality on others?
#30 Sep 25, 2008
I live near the area and Algonquin is a busy street. There are several apartment complexes in this area and the residents just constantly wander out into the streets all the time - even at night - even with children. I've noticed that for a long time. In fact, this is not the first time a pedestrian has been killed after wandering out onto Algonquin Rd.
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