One Killed in North High Point Crash

One Killed in North High Point Crash

There are 56 comments on the Fox 8 WGHP story from Feb 22, 2010, titled One Killed in North High Point Crash. In it, Fox 8 WGHP reports that:

One person was killed and two others injured in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 68 and Willard Dairy Rd.

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Lima, Peru

#1 Feb 22, 2010
Que lamentable porque tubo que suceder tal desgracia, tienes que ser muy fuerte tia, todos tu familia estamos contigo.
sweet meat

Greensboro, NC

#2 Feb 22, 2010

Kernersville, NC

#3 Feb 22, 2010
I witnessed the accident and the woman that hit lopez ran the red light. The impact was so loud and with pieces all over the road and acattered about 100 feet from impact.
Sabir Hussain

Summerfield, NC

#4 Feb 22, 2010
Danny was a nice person to work with. I worked with him for about five years. I have lots of sympathy for him and his family. I wish people could see what happens with rough driving to other peopl's lives and to their family members.We will be praying for him and his family.God give them strenght to face this great loss.
Captain Smith CVFD

Hamptonville, NC

#5 Feb 22, 2010
they should have watched the news

Lima, Peru

#6 Feb 22, 2010
Tio descanza en paz.
Charles Reed


#7 Feb 22, 2010
Denny was a wonderful person and very helpful to me and the other employer at our job .Denny you will be missed dearly and my heart and prays go out to the family . RIP MY FRIEND
Ana Rosa

Lima, Peru

#8 Feb 22, 2010
Elizabeth y Monica sean fuertes primitas, la familia esta muy triste con esta noticia.
Zacks MOM

Greensboro, NC

#9 Feb 22, 2010
OMG I could not believe it when I passed by this accident. My thoughts and prayers are with the families.

Greensboro, NC

#10 Feb 22, 2010
Danny was such a good man, My dad was just at his house just the other week. It is sad that some drivers choose not to follow laws thinkig it will not hurt anyone. This event has my hole family in tears. I think that the driver of the other car should be charge with at least involuntary manslaughter.
Jesse B

Raeford, NC

#11 Feb 22, 2010
Ok how can you say what the other driver should be charge? Is it fair to judge the other driver besides, who was in the wrong? What is your story knowing that your friend ran the light?

Greensboro, NC

#12 Feb 22, 2010
The driver should most definitly be charged. She ran a red light, collided with another vehicle which ended in death. This could have been avoided entirely if she would of only been paying attention. Since when should be not be responsible for our own actions?? This was no 'accident'. An accident would have been swirving to miss hitting a deer, pedestrian, ect and hitting another car in the process. The driver should be charged, no ifs, ands or buts about it.
Jesse B

Raeford, NC

#13 Feb 23, 2010
So is it the drivers fault? You saw it with your own eyes?
Jesse B

Raeford, NC

#14 Feb 23, 2010
And i also spoked to eyewitnesses about the accident and they told me exactly what happen, they were there.
Mr Brian

Clemmons, NC

#15 Feb 23, 2010
Denny Lopez was a wonderful & caring person. All of us at Banner is deeply sadden about the loss of a GREAT LEADER.Denny had work @ Banner for over 25yrs.He will be missed but not his teaching and skills he passed on to all.We all are praying for the family...Everyday. As for Jesse B this is not the time for negative comments or to cause a uproar.Show ur respect to others. Thanks
David Leon

United States

#16 Feb 23, 2010
I used to meet Denny once in the while at lunch time. He always had a very positive, humble attitude. We will all miss him.

Le extiendo mis condolencias a sus familiares y amigos. Con lo poco que conocí de Denny, sé que es una gran pérdida para todos. Definitivamente Dios lo necesita en otro lugar y El es quien manda. Dios los bendice a todos.
Southwest Mom

Greensboro, NC

#17 Feb 23, 2010
I am very good friends with one of the eyewitnesses. She said she thinks that the smaller car ran the red light. So who can be sure? Leave it to the authorities to decide who was right and who was wrong. The fact remains that a life was lost and others have been changed/ruined. Pray for ALL involved and don't point fingers or lay blame until all the facts are in. This should help us to all realize how fragile life is.
Jesse B

Raeford, NC

#18 Feb 23, 2010
My prayers are definitely with Mr. Denny family and friends because this is a tragedy. I truly believe anyone who loses a love one or even someone they know, it plays some type of role on that person. Mr. Brian you are absolutely right about now not being the time for negative comments and i agree with you 200% however I didn't mean to offend anyone and wasn't talking in a negative manner but my comments were going to Smitty and Perez. Thats negative comments they were posting. I'm sure the driver of the suburban is highly upset at what has happen rather she was in the right or wrong and my prayers go to her and her family as well. In conclusion, may god bless the families more and everything be alright.
Jeri Sharp

Middletown, OH

#19 Feb 23, 2010
Denny was a wonderful person. He was very kind and polite and humble. He didn't have anything bad to say about anyone. He always saw the good in people. It's tragic, because this accident occurred right down the street from where he worked..he was with the company for over 20 years...he was a great provider and an wonderful co-worker!!

To Denny's family and close friends, I send condolences and a sincere heartfelt apology to you for your loss. I am truly sorry for this untimely misfortune. And to your beautiful wife, may she have a speedy and complete recovery. Thoughts and prayers are with her during this difficult time.

To all that knew Denny, be strong and keep his spirit alive by being the best people that we can be - at all times. He would have wanted it that way!!

May you rest in peace our dear friend ~ Denny Lopez!!
Thinking Man

High Point, NC

#20 Feb 23, 2010
I saw the vehicles involved in this crash yesterday. The driver that was killed did not have a chance. I have said it many times and I will say it once again. With the size that SUV's have evolved to, people that drive these small cars in the name of saving money on gas are putting themselves and their passengers at a huge risk in an accident. I refuse to ride in these compact cars unless it is a matter of life and death. The front of the suburban is likely repairable. The Corolla is totaled. That seems to be the score in almost every case. Even in low speed collisions the small cars loses out. You may save money in a car like this but you are definitely laying your life on the line every time you get into one of those small cars.

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