Sand Springs High School Tries To Heal After Tragedy

Extra counselors were helping high school students in Sand Springs Monday after a weekend tragedy. Full Story
Saddened

United States

#23 Oct 25, 2010
Its my understand that this young man driver of the truck knew two other girls he hit. Im unaware and dont really care if it was the 2 deceased or not. They ALL need prayer, as do their families and friends. This is such a tragic accident that could happen to anyones child from any town. I as a parent who has lost a child, know the true heartbreak one feels.
The mental anguish Dani and the young man will forever feel is going to be a very long road for both. I pray all may have faith in Jesus to get them through this, along with the support of the Sand Springs community.
Sorrowful Sandite

Sand Springs, OK

#24 Oct 25, 2010
Meh, you will pay for those remarks down the road. I doubt any of my fellow Sandites will pay you any attention though. We're pretty tough. I'd hate to be in your shoes when it's payback time. Enjoy.:)

God bless our Sandites tonight. I've got your back, brothers.
Kim

Broken Arrow, OK

#25 Oct 25, 2010
Meh wrote:
<quoted text>
Nah, their still there. Just meat inside the bones ya know. Ya see trolling is such a fun and amusing hobby to pass time while at work. Its almost all to easy to yank peoples strings these days ...
You are a horrible, uncaring and sick person. You need professional help. Two young girls are dead.
Their families will never be the same. They will have a hole in their heart for ever and ever. This is not a joke. God Bless the families and I hope he speaks to you and gives you some kindness and love. You are in need of his teachings.

g
Eddie

United States

#26 Oct 25, 2010
i fell bad for the folks losing a loved one but we are starting to carry these counsling thing to far help the family dont give excusees to the other kids to skip out of their work
LovingHim

Porter, OK

#28 Oct 25, 2010
Praying for each and EVERY one of the families involved in this terrible tragedy!!
AAA

Tulsa, OK

#30 Oct 25, 2010
Meh wrote:
I really hope that the parents of the teen have the insurance up to par to pay for the mans truck that she pulled out in front of. Its not his fault some teen who was not paying attention caused a nasty t-bone.
What a proud moment for Broken Arrow. You probably get hit by a bus tomorrow, A-Hole.
Sorrowful Sandite

Sand Springs, OK

#31 Oct 25, 2010
Meh wrote:
<quoted text>
Two girls are dead, and in all seriousness, whoopdee doo people die by the thousands everyday and its not my problem or concern :)
sure is fun to poke fun when they bring it upon themselves though.
Betcha like to skin little kittens, too, huh? You're a real sicko, meh.

I ask all Sandites to ignore this fool. He's obviously a special needs case.
Kim

Broken Arrow, OK

#32 Oct 25, 2010
Meh wrote:
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I do agree, you sure have to be tough to live in that rathole of a town.
You are a horrible person and need alot of professional help. Death of two young girls is a very serious thing and your comments are uncalled for and sickening. The families will have a hole in their heart forever and ever. God Bless the families and I hope God teaches you some lessons in human kindness.
Concerned Sandite

Sand Springs, OK

#33 Oct 25, 2010
This is a terrible tragedy and anyone who has any feelings are devestated for all families involved. My heart goes out to them all. I would really like to make a couple of request, first I would like for everybody to pray for all families. Secondly I would love to see everyone stop replying to Meh, this person is feeding off the reply's they get.
another cphs mom

United States

#35 Oct 25, 2010
I just watched a mother say goodbye to her precious daughter, a girl my son went with for 2 years when they were little. I pray no one ever has to do that. I don't care that Dani had too many in the car or that she missed the stop sign, 3 families will never be the same and that is tragic no matter how you look at it. This is something this poor girl will live with forever. Please be considerate of the pain all these families are facing.
Beenarouund

Louisville, KY

#36 Oct 25, 2010
As parent who has lost a child. There are no words to express what you are are feeling and going though. I pray for peace in your hearts in this terrible time.
Sorrowful Sandite

Sand Springs, OK

#37 Oct 25, 2010
Concerned Sandite, I am in full agreement. I will now log off and pray. God bless these families.

Since: Jan 09

Tulsa, OK

#38 Oct 25, 2010
I went to Charles Page many moons ago. My thoughts and prayers go out to the families involved.

AT
phillyfan

Wayne, PA

#39 Oct 25, 2010
another cphs mom wrote:
I just watched a mother say goodbye to her precious daughter, a girl my son went with for 2 years when they were little. I pray no one ever has to do that. I don't care that Dani had too many in the car or that she missed the stop sign, 3 families will never be the same and that is tragic no matter how you look at it. This is something this poor girl will live with forever. Please be considerate of the pain all these families are facing.
Actually, four families will never be the same - the poor young man driving the truck will also be affected!
tough

Tulsa, OK

#40 Oct 25, 2010
when i was a sr. in high school, i lost a good friend, car wreck. it's so hard at that age to loose a friend.

that was 30 yrs ago, and i still think of her often, wishing that one moment in time, could have been different.

my heart goes out to these kids. just remember to be safe, and be kinder to one another. and don't take anything for granted.
SAD

Sand Springs, OK

#41 Oct 25, 2010
My prayers go out for all involved.
just me

Haskell, OK

#42 Oct 25, 2010
STOP RESPONDING TO "MEH". He/she is a troll and you are just feeding into it. If you ignore them they will go away. It's only fun for them if people get mad and argue with them!
debkerkev

Sapulpa, OK

#43 Oct 25, 2010
JustJ wrote:
Tragic.. I thought the new licensing laws prevented new drivers from having this many passengers?
It's called graduated license (I believe) and you're right, she should have had no passengers. Why did the other parents let there children even ride with her? So much heartache that could have been prevented!
Jewl

Sand Springs, OK

#44 Oct 25, 2010
Meh wrote:
I really hope that the parents of the teen have the insurance up to par to pay for the mans truck that she pulled out in front of. Its not his fault some teen who was not paying attention caused a nasty t-bone.
WOW young girls died and thats what you have to say...how thoughtful

Since: Jul 10

Hominy, OK

#45 Oct 25, 2010
Yea, don't let meh get to you.
Just ignore the ignorant.

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