Man, 20, remembered for humor, devotion
ST. LOUISVILLE - Ryan Lambert loved sports, especially fishing, but he will be remembered first as a young man who had a strong sense of compassion, his mother, Brenda, told The Advocate on Monday.
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#1 Apr 6, 2009
I understand your loss. But am unable to accept the fact that Corey tried to pull his truck out of the ditch and run. He left the scene of the accident, got a friend and his 4-wheel drive truck and tried to pull out his Ford Explorer, before the 911 call was ever made. This is not a person who is remorseful, but someone who deserves to be locked up.
#2 Aug 25, 2009
You are definetly confused. First off Corey left the accident to get help. Second Corey and his friend, both of whom I know, didn't try to pull the truck out. If you seen the truck, which I have you might understand. Maybe next time you won't believe every small town rumor you hear.
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