At least one in critical condition af...

At least one in critical condition after Saturday crash

There are 30 comments on the The York Daily Record story from May 31, 2009, titled At least one in critical condition after Saturday crash. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Four people were injured in a Hopewell Township crash Saturday afternoon. Adam Kaisler, 20, of Stewartstown, was driving a Toyota Celica south on Blevins Road when his car collided head-on with Toyota Prius driven by Jacqueline McCosh, 62, of Stewartstown.

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Good guy

United States

#21 Jun 10, 2009
Celtic Charm wrote:
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I hate to burst everyones bubble on this so called reporting of the flying car...... The boys in that car couldn't have been the same as the driver had just gotten his car BACK ON THE ROAD 2 days PRIOR again I say 2 days PRIOR to the accident and one of those 2 days his father drove it to work! As for the boys in the car one of the passengers was not even in this area over the last several weeks and the other was in school! So I am aware of the fact there are actually 3 cars with the same description lets just get WHO it is straight. Being the mother of one of the passengers I can tell you this, I thank GOD every day as I always have for my children and now also for the other victims involved.
I also have the family and the lady in the other vehicle in our prayers and will continue to do so. It was a horrific accident that God spared all. If not we all wouldn't be on here throwing rediculous accusations and blame we would be planing funerals! Lets just pray that all involved heal. As for my son he is in a wheelchair and is and will be under doctors care for some time for his injuries. You don't see me crucifying anyone including the 2 drivers. Bless all and their families!
I can tell you're upset but I know Adam. You know Adam the guy who drove that silver celica without a front bumper for the past 5 MONTHS. Again I understand you're being protective of your son but don't twist a fact to defend Adam. If he did nothing wrong he will be fine
Grow up

Bloomington, IN

#22 Jun 11, 2009
Who cares wrote:
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If it were my family involved, I wouldn't be on topix pleading my case. Who cares. After they remove the cellphone from the teens butt, maybe he will be a better driver, but I doubt it.
How would you know if they were on a cell phone???? Did you hit them? Were you there? Quit judging this tragedy and blaming the kids. I think there was another vehicle involved, was she on a phone to?
Celtic Charm

Bloomington, IN

#23 Jun 15, 2009
Good guy wrote:
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I can tell you're upset but I know Adam. You know Adam the guy who drove that silver celica without a front bumper for the past 5 MONTHS. Again I understand you're being protective of your son but don't twist a fact to defend Adam. If he did nothing wrong he will be fine
Well I hate to tell you it WAS NOT on the road for 5 months and when it ran his Dad had it at work but lets blame him, Adam Planned the whole thing. I have no reason to protect anyone, my son wasn't driving. but unless you know him and his family and THE TRUTH of where and when his car was running then don't comment just pray!
Kelly

Bel Air, MD

#24 Jun 16, 2009
Jackie was a coworker and friend as well as an awe inspiring teacher. I am so sad to know she is paralyzed and will have such a tough recovery ahead! I pray she gets well and can be with her family!
Family wrote:
The 62 year old woman is a family member of mine. She is paralyzed from the neck down after the accident. I'm not placing blame, as I am a younger driver, but the 3 teenage boys in the other car are definately more of a risk than an older, experienced adult driver. It's is such a tragedy for all involved.
Night Rider

Bloomington, IN

#25 Aug 10, 2009
nearby resident wrote:
I cannot tell you how many times carloads of teenagers pass me as I do the speed limit (50MPH) on MD RT 136. I just pray they learn to slow down before a tragedy like this happens again. It is my understanding that the teenager driver was doing 80MPH! Slow down!!!!
Lady your talking out of your A$$. And how do you know how fast either party was driving, or who was at fault so really you should keep your mouth shout that no one would know just how stupid you are.
people

Forest Hill, MD

#26 Aug 20, 2009
Friend of Elder wrote:
First, 62 is hardly 'old'-- except maybe from the perception of a teenager. Second, as far as the police are concerned, they received several calls that week reporting several boys that fit that description in a similar Toyota Celica were doing what appeared to be close to 80 on those back roads. This was shared directly from the people who made those calls, which were corroborated. At least two of the calls came from two separate sources. Does it mean that they are at fault? Not necessarily, but it certainly increases the likelihood and speaks to their overall judgment. Does it mean the welfare of all concerned isn't important? Of course not. That said, having spoken to people on the scene I can tell you that all concerned are confident that speed played a significant role. It's a tragedy for all concerned. Rest assured there are lives that have been devastated and hearts broken. Permanently.
First of all none of us were there to say shit. secondly there is NO WAY of doing 80mph. I am far from trying to blame anyone but does anyone know why the lady was on the other side of the road? Yea nobody brings that up.
Danny

Owings Mills, MD

#27 Nov 11, 2010
I've stumbled upon this post as I've just learned of the death of a beloved teacher, Mrs. Jackie McCosh. It saddens & disturbs me tremendously as to what the majority of the posts here focus on. A teacher who had an incredible influence on so many students was paralyzed, and now lost her life as a result of this accident. I just hope everyone can sit back & reflect on the fact that no matter what your age or any other factor is, we all need to be more careful, pay more attention & just be aware. RIP Mrs. McCosh - I hope you realize what a beautiful & wonderful person you were, and those that knew you will always treasure that you were a part of their life!
Sympathetic

United States

#28 Nov 12, 2010
Danny wrote:
I've stumbled upon this post as I've just learned of the death of a beloved teacher, Mrs. Jackie McCosh. It saddens & disturbs me tremendously as to what the majority of the posts here focus on. A teacher who had an incredible influence on so many students was paralyzed, and now lost her life as a result of this accident. I just hope everyone can sit back & reflect on the fact that no matter what your age or any other factor is, we all need to be more careful, pay more attention & just be aware. RIP Mrs. McCosh - I hope you realize what a beautiful & wonderful person you were, and those that knew you will always treasure that you were a part of their life!
That is truly sad news. It will be interesting to see what Roni Zentz and her addict Ginger children will have to say to try to defend and justify adam's reckless driving that ended up killing a woman.
tjo

York, PA

#29 Nov 12, 2010
We have lost a wonderful light in the world all because of the reckless actions of a selfish non empathetic punk kid. Who has shown no remorse for the pain, suffering, and loss he has emersed these people and their friends lives in. Jackie and Andy did everything they could to put their lives back together and enjoy their time together, alas too short it was. I know your natural inclination is to defend your child but just dont.. dont make excuses for him and do Jackie the last honor of acknowledging that your son Murdered her after putting her in a position where she suffered everyday from the day of the accident till the day of her death. I hope u spend many many years in jail Adam!!
oscar

Delta, PA

#30 Dec 23, 2010
so what was the outcome of all this? maybe the kids should have been working lmao the one boy in the car has never had a job lasting more than a month or two and is always in some sort of trouble. Apple dnt fall far from the tree as that boy would be the son of celtic nurse which would happen to have never been a nurse!!!! you need a degree to become a nurse and taking so called online coarses for the last ten years and wearing scrubs does not make you a nurse. now that boy drives around with no insurance hits parked cars and then 2 hrs later renews his insurance. now people i ask do we really need someone like this on our streets? o but they are just boys as his mother would say. they are adults by age adelecents by actions and treated like babies by there mother. i stand corrected the apple doesnt fall far from the tree it hasnt fallen at all in this case. my heart goes out to lady and her family that was paralyzed in the accident.

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