Girl dies in I-65 crash in Boone Co.

Girl dies in I-65 crash in Boone Co.

There are 99 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 8, 2007, titled Girl dies in I-65 crash in Boone Co.. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A 13-year-girl was killed Sunday and two of her relatives were in critical condition after a car collided with their sport-utility vehicle on Interstate 65 in Boone County.

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Mr Lucas

Louisville, KY

#33 Oct 8, 2007
C R Eastes wrote:
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Many unanswered questions ..........
I get so sick of that phrase. It seems like every news story these days either starts or ends the story with this phrase.

I also get tired of seeing interviews where the interviewee starts his/her answer with, "Good question, Bill, or John or Katie" or responds with, "Absolutely, John" A simple yes or no would do fine.
Ugottabe Kiddingme

Lebanon, IN

#34 Oct 8, 2007
Mr Lucas wrote:
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I get so sick of that phrase. It seems like every news story these days either starts or ends the story with this phrase.
I also get tired of seeing interviews where the interviewee starts his/her answer with, "Good question, Bill, or John or Katie" or responds with, "Absolutely, John" A simple yes or no would do fine.
Sir, a young girl died here and you're concerned with semantics?!?
Flags for the troll

United States

#38 Oct 8, 2007
Readers - please flag Luke's inevitable "women drivers" post each time. Don't respond to him. He writes this every time there is a collision. He is a TROLL.
If he gets enough flags and NO responses, maybe he'll disappear.
area resident

Plainfield, IN

#39 Oct 8, 2007
This horribel accident would have never happened if the state would have moved forward with the cable barrier system that was suppose to be put in on i-65 between i think SR 28 to I-865 the barrier system prevents cars from traveling to the opposite side of the interstate this just proves how much the state cares about its people
Rick of Indy

Logansport, IN

#42 Oct 8, 2007
Nick wrote:
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I didn't really notice blame being given to SUV drivers but statistically they are more negligent, careless and take more chances than other vehicles on the road. There was a study just released on this and I'm sure insurance statistics support that as well.
It's unfortunate in any case but in general people in SUVs do need to show down and be as cautious as drivers in a small car but they generally feel since their vehicle is larger they have more protection or muscle? Not sure.
How can you talk so about SUV's. it was the sedan who lost control and struck the SUV. Anyone can get hit by a flying car coming out of nowhere, and let's see what you can do to avoid it. Bet he was talking on the cell phone.
God bless the child and the families.
Just wondering

Bloomington, IN

#44 Oct 8, 2007
Flags for the troll wrote:
Readers - please flag Luke's inevitable "women drivers" post each time. Don't respond to him. He writes this every time there is a collision. He is a TROLL.
If he gets enough flags and NO responses, maybe he'll disappear.
How do you flag someone?
sam

Indianapolis, IN

#46 Oct 8, 2007
where was the seatbelts they save lives?
MAW

West Newton, IN

#47 Oct 8, 2007
Just wondering wrote:
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How do you flag someone?
Click on the word, "flag", that is next to the word, "reply" on each post, then answer the qestion that pops up.
MAW

West Newton, IN

#48 Oct 8, 2007
MAW wrote:
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Click on the word, "flag", that is next to the word, "reply" on each post, then answer the qestion that pops up.
Sorry...didn't proofread...s/b 'question'.

Since: Dec 06

Peru, Indiana

#49 Oct 8, 2007
I have to deal with this stuff it seems every day and I never get use to it. It's such a waste and most of the time it's preventable.

Since: Dec 06

Peru, Indiana

#51 Oct 8, 2007
Mr Lucas wrote:
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Oh, well, excuse me! I'll just have to wait until a day that no one dies before I talk semantics. You know when the last time that happened?
Now your sounding like a baby. jezzzz
BLamers

Milwaukee, WI

#52 Oct 8, 2007
My dad and I were on the way back from the game when we encountered the 4 mile backup. We didn't think it would be too serious because we saw the warning sign in the city and then the ambulance coming from the scene about 10 miles before the backup. But when we got detoured off the highway we couldn't see what had happened bu the highway was full of lights so we knew it had to be bad.
Suebabe

Fishers, IN

#53 Oct 8, 2007
Just BAD engineering of that stretch of road. I try to avoid it at all costs. Pray for the family
sister

United States

#54 Oct 8, 2007
all i really wanted to say was this..

one,the man who's car lots control is my big brother. he has a family of his own and there is no way that he would be careless and just not pay attention to the road. like someone stated previously.

two, i don't think that you should be judging anyone, im sure as any of you would be he is just as shaken up as everyone else involved in the accident. someone stated before that he lied about the car, will sir i hope when the truth comes you can see how ignorant you made yourself sound.

three, someone previously said something about race, well your just ignorant a black person, white person, an Asian person who cares? does someones race make them more or less worthy? the anwser is no!!!

last but certainly not least i pray for the family who lost there baby girl, i have one of my own and i cant even begin to image the thought, i pray for my brother, i pray that both families get through this.

Since: Dec 06

Peru, Indiana

#55 Oct 9, 2007
sister wrote:
all i really wanted to say was this..
one,the man who's car lots control is my big brother. he has a family of his own and there is no way that he would be careless and just not pay attention to the road. like someone stated previously.
two, i don't think that you should be judging anyone, im sure as any of you would be he is just as shaken up as everyone else involved in the accident. someone stated before that he lied about the car, will sir i hope when the truth comes you can see how ignorant you made yourself sound.
three, someone previously said something about race, well your just ignorant a black person, white person, an Asian person who cares? does someones race make them more or less worthy? the anwser is no!!!
last but certainly not least i pray for the family who lost there baby girl, i have one of my own and i cant even begin to image the thought, i pray for my brother, i pray that both families get through this.
Many of us agree and understand with what your saying. However there are many trolls on these forms full of hate, anger and racism that will post the most hurtful comments that can be made. These scums need to be overlooked and ignored.
Rina Taele

La Mesa, CA

#56 Oct 9, 2007
You'll be forever missed, loved and in our hearts, prayers & thoughts lil' cousin. You we're too young to go but I know that you're in a better place..I still can't believe it. Life is too short...grab onto it w/ both hands and live it to the fullest. May God be with my family out there and all those who were involved. Your memory will live on forever...Rest In Paradise my beautiful cousin-Jah Bless always!!!!
PANCHO VILLA

United States

#57 Oct 9, 2007
Kenny wrote:
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Many of us agree and understand with what your saying. However there are many trolls on these forms full of hate, anger and racism that will post the most hurtful comments that can be made. These scums need to be overlooked and ignored.
AMEN!!!!
Tianna Taele

Oceanside, CA

#58 Oct 9, 2007
To my little relative Briana aka Pookie...We love and miss you dearly. But its like we said before, God has his plans for everybody, it just sucks that you had to leave so soon. Your memory will always live on. Rise in paradise my Taele Souljah Angel...
Tina Taele

Chula Vista, CA

#59 Oct 9, 2007
This is such a tragedy to lose my beautiful young cousin like this. I just want you to know that you will always be loved and in our hearts forever. I love and miss you very much and just wish you didn't have to go but I know your in heaven with the rest of our loved ones baby girl! I pray that God will help my family get thru this difficult time as well as the other family. Until we meet again cousin...REST IN PARADISE!!!
Uncle Joe

United States

#61 Oct 11, 2007
First, I would like to thank each and everyone of you for your sympathy and compassion towards this tragic accident. I am the uncle of this 13 year old girl from Illinois (God Rest Her Soul). Some of you mentioned that life is precious, well, it is very precious no matter who you are and where you came from; we all share the same compassion for one another when something as horrible as this happens. Death is the last enemy that needs to be conquered in this world. My family has already in their hearts forgiven the driver of the BMV....nothing we can do or say will bring back our loved one. Once again, thank you and God Bless!

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