Three Killed In Sand Springs Traffic Accident

A two-car crash in Sand Springs has led to three deaths, according to News On 6 photojournalist Gary Kruse, who is at the accident scene. Full Story
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can_t believe it

Broken Arrow, OK

#171 Jan 3, 2010
PB Okie wrote:
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Sorry but I disagree. When you knowingly and intentionally break the law (drive without a license, transport illegal drugs) then the outcome can be tragic. Doing it anyway is taking a KNOWN risk, which is exactly what he did. His license was taken away and that meant he was not supposed to be driving. He did it anyway. I'm not finding the consequences of his actions (the wreck) to be an accident but rather his braizen disrespect of the law. He KNEW BETTER! HE DID IT ANYWAY! Shall we even go into this same analysis on the marijuana?
Now, where does the word "accident" come into this?
I whole heartedly agree with PB OKIE, SAD in BA needs a reality check, if this was your family or friend you would think differently. This might have been an "accident" if he was LEGALLY licensed and if he wasn't using drugs. He was thumbing his nose at the law, period. Yes his family is broken hearted, talk about broken hearted, try being orphaned on Christmas Eve like their daughter was. SAD in BA Have you ever gone to a funeral for 3 family members who died in this way I was there, they were buried on New Years Eve. Get a clue SAD.
can_t believe it

Broken Arrow, OK

#172 Jan 3, 2010
Friend of driver wrote:
I personally know Wade Jameson yes his name is Steven but he goes by Wade and when I first found out about this I was put in tears because I know Wade so well and he is such a great guy and he is absolutely torn up about this all you people who are mad at him and feel like his life should he ruined because he survived have you thought that maybe it is he has to live with this of course this was never his intentions to take the lives of three people especially during the holidays ever Christmas he is going to be reminded of this you people who are so upset just think if you were in his shoes how would you feel if you read these comments about you grow up and have a little compassion Wade is a great guy and a bad thing happened to him and the family both families should be in you alls prayers because sometimes we over look who really needs the prayers I hope you all have a safe rest of the holidays and enjoyed your Christmas.
Friend of the driver--Just because Wade is a "great guy" we should have compassion on him and you said "a bad thing happened to him", I'm sorry it didn't happen to him he isn't a VICTIM here; the dead family members were the victims. He made the choice to drive with a cancelled license and with drugs in his possession; so GREAT GUY WADE so sorry if I hurt his feelings. He KILLED MY FRIENDS FAMILY. That is fact not judgement, why is it when facts are presented it is percieved as judgement. My Christmas was ruined because of "great guy" Wade.
kaitlyn

United States

#173 Jan 5, 2010
I know the guy that killed them. He turned his head to check on his dog. It was an accident. He feels terrible, give the guy a break.
devinew

Tulsa, OK

#174 Jan 12, 2010
It is a horrible thing that happened and my prayers go out to the family that lost their loved ones AND THE YOUNG MAN BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THE HUMMER. You people should think before casting judgment...were you there?? It was the Holidays and he was going home so yeah you might have had a dog in the car too! Just because he is young and drives a hummer doesn't mean he is a rich spoiled kid!!! So Shame on all of you that degrade him cause of what he drives!!! This is a young man who I am sure feels horrible and has to live everyday knowing he killed not one but three people. Accidents happen everyday...they are never intentional and they are always because someone was distracted by something. May the family rest in peace.
phillyfan

Wayne, PA

#175 Jan 12, 2010
devinew wrote:
It is a horrible thing that happened and my prayers go out to the family that lost their loved ones AND THE YOUNG MAN BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THE HUMMER. You people should think before casting judgment...were you there?? It was the Holidays and he was going home so yeah you might have had a dog in the car too! Just because he is young and drives a hummer doesn't mean he is a rich spoiled kid!!! So Shame on all of you that degrade him cause of what he drives!!! This is a young man who I am sure feels horrible and has to live everyday knowing he killed not one but three people. Accidents happen everyday...they are never intentional and they are always because someone was distracted by something. May the family rest in peace.
It doesn't look like he feels too horrible about it from the looks of his mugshot where is smiling!!! Because he drives a Hummer doesn't mean he's a "spoiled rich" kid but obviously very irresponsible seeing that he was arrested for possession of drugs! Too many times society is making excuses when in fact he should be having charges placed on him for his crime(s).
Double_Standard

Broken Arrow, OK

#176 Jan 12, 2010
a friend wrote:
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... it is considered an accident because there was no intent to do any harm. He did not get into his car with intent to harm anyone that day... license or not.
Then how come DUI drivers are charged? They just wanted to get home... no intent to harm anyone.... drunk or not.
Double_Standard

Broken Arrow, OK

#177 Jan 12, 2010
kaitlyn wrote:
I know the guy that killed them. He turned his head to check on his dog. It was an accident. He feels terrible, give the guy a break.
Why was he driving without a license, at such speeds, and not paying attention? He may feel terrible. He still needs prison.
devinew

Tulsa, OK

#178 Jan 13, 2010
I am not saying there should not be any punishment and maybe he had drugs in his car but he WAS NOT under the influence when the accident happened and it was a mistake people. But life in prison...hes a kid..he made a mistake I GUARANTEE if it was your kid in the same situation you would feel differently.
phillyfan

Wayne, PA

#179 Jan 13, 2010
devinew wrote:
I am not saying there should not be any punishment and maybe he had drugs in his car but he WAS NOT under the influence when the accident happened and it was a mistake people. But life in prison...hes a kid..he made a mistake I GUARANTEE if it was your kid in the same situation you would feel differently.
That's the problem in our world... too many parents like you making excuses for kids instead of making them taking responsibility! He didn't have a valid drivers license because of DUI so shouldn't have been driving!
Quapawsquaw

Tulsa, OK

#180 Jan 13, 2010
the Broken Chain wrote:
We little knew that morning God was going to call your name,In life we loved you dearly,In death we do the same .It broke our hearts to lose you , you did not go alone.For part of us went with you,the day God called you home.You left us peaceful memories.And though we can not see you ,you are always at our side.Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same,but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again .
That is beautiful......... Thank u 4 sharing it.
Quapawsquaw

Tulsa, OK

#181 Jan 13, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
Interesting that none of this driver's "friends" are admitting to the fact he's now sitting in David L. Moss right now. Possession of drugs and "DRIVE AFTER DL DENIED/CANCELED" is the exact wording on the site. In other words, he was high and driving without a license and now an entire family is dead, because he decided he had a right to drive without a license. I'd most certainly add vehicular homicide to his charges. He's a menace who doesn't feel the law applies to him.
http://iic.tulsacounty.org/InmateDetails.aspx...
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!! BETCHA THEY DON'T OWN UP TO BEING UNDER THE INFLUENCE WITH HIM...... Oh my......
Quapawsquaw

Tulsa, OK

#182 Jan 13, 2010
phillyfan wrote:
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That's the problem in our world... too many parents like you making excuses for kids instead of making them taking responsibility! He didn't have a valid drivers license because of DUI so shouldn't have been driving!
I have 2 boys; 12 & 8. we have already told the 12 yr old that when he starts driving and if he gets arrested for something in the car, he's spending the time in jail...... Hey "you're BIG enough to try and get away with it, you're big enough to do the time if ya get caught". PERIOD!!!!!

That's what's wrong with these kids today... working parents overcompensate for not being there for the kids by giving them whatever they want, saying 'oh, they're just being kids', etc.... EXCUSE ME?!!!!!!!! Has any of these parents ever listened to "The Rest of the Story...."? Can't remember his name, but he sure brings some good points to light.

Hello??? Yrs ago when ppl actually had to do things the 'hard' way, they appreciated it more. Ppl nowadays are spoiled rotten! Not just the kids. I know they're convenient, but how much better off were we when cell phones didn't exist? You actually had to get of the car, walk to the phone, and put a coin in... There's an idea! No distractions by texting or talking. JMO....

I want to have hope in our system, but blast-it! it's getting harder every day. Seems like we have more sympathy for a beaten animal than a beaten child. That's another barrel of monkeys we won't open here.....

Yes, he needs prayer. Yes he needs to serve prison time for what he did. I just 'hope' that a fair sentence is given. Plus a monetary settlement as well for this child. That would be the right thing to happen.... JMO once again.
devinew

Tulsa, OK

#183 Jan 14, 2010
phillyfan wrote:
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That's the problem in our world... too many parents like you making excuses for kids instead of making them taking responsibility! He didn't have a valid drivers license because of DUI so shouldn't have been driving!
I am not a parent...I am 23 years old and obviously more mature then some people on here. He may have had drugs on him but he was not under the influence when this happened....IT WAS AN ACCIDENT!!! The world is a corrupt place and honestly how many kids are just like him now? This was def. a wake up call for him I am sure and like I said before I think there should be punishment but not life in prison.
phillyfan

Wayne, PA

#184 Jan 14, 2010
devinew wrote:
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I am not a parent...I am 23 years old and obviously more mature then some people on here. He may have had drugs on him but he was not under the influence when this happened....IT WAS AN ACCIDENT!!! The world is a corrupt place and honestly how many kids are just like him now? This was def. a wake up call for him I am sure and like I said before I think there should be punishment but not life in prison.
Try taking a look at his mugshot picture... doesn't look like he learned a lesson... looks like he thinks it is all a big joke from the smile on his face. It hasn't been proven that he "wasn't" under the influence... they found drugs in his automobile and tests are being done so we'll see!!! Wake up call for him... you're right by doing time in jail!
friendoftheteena gevictim

Tulsa, OK

#185 Jan 19, 2010
It doesn't matter wether WADE was a good guy or not. No he may not of intended to do it but, it happened. He took away my little brother's best and only friend you think WADE is down about it! Imagine going to a funeral with 3 caskets!!! My prayer's go out to the victims family and to the sister of the mother, father, and brother...
Brinsmommy

Tulsa, OK

#186 Mar 25, 2010
Steven Jamesons court date is Monday March 30th 9:00am.He is being charged with neglegent homicide I will be there if anyone else would like to go!
robbespiere

Tulsa, OK

#187 May 25, 2010
-would anyone have this discussion if he was black from north tulsa?
-would he have been given bail?
-License revoked...i.e. should not be in car. If you need home for holiday have parents pick you up. BTW parents: What have you tught your kid about upholding the law.
-Intoxicated:Aggravates the whole thing.
-Vehicular homicide should be the outcome.
If my gun license was revoked and I still kept one, under the influence fired in the neighbourhood and accidentally killed the neighbors...
am i still out on bail?
Sorry Wade, see you in 2035.
Goodgirlss

United States

#188 Oct 1, 2010
I think everyone that shows concern for the ones that lost their loved ones is good to know you can care for someone you dont know. I go to school with the young lady that lost her brother, mom, and dad in that wreck. I am sure to know that she feels blessed for everyone that is praying for her family.

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