Driver, 16, Among 2 Dead In Roll-Over...

Driver, 16, Among 2 Dead In Roll-Over Crash

There are 140 comments on the NBC 10 Philadelphia story from Jun 24, 2008, titled Driver, 16, Among 2 Dead In Roll-Over Crash. In it, NBC 10 Philadelphia reports that:

A 16-year-old driver and the passenger of his car were killed in a crash in Chester County late Monday night, police said.

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Lacey

West Chester, PA

#130 Sep 4, 2008
Exactly wrote:
These kids drive like fools and endanger everyone. I'm glad they did not kill anyone else. Better them than me.
hey you know what, I dont mean to come in here and seem like some ignorant teen ..... but ive known both of the kids that died in this accident for a long time, and they were two of the brightest kids on earth. both very kind, caring, and extremely loveable. I would do anything to see either of them again. And all of you saying "stupid kids driving too fast ... blah blah blah" honestly, fuck you! Untill this happens to your child or your Best friend or whoever, then maybe you can talk. But for now, you have no room to. Especially if you dont know either of them.
Lacey

West Chester, PA

#131 Sep 4, 2008
oh, and bonnie .... do us all a favor and go lay in the middle of your nearest train tracks untill the train cart runs you over ... maybe that will knock a little bit of sense in you
RIP casey and mike

Chalfont, PA

#132 Oct 14, 2008
rachel wrote:
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Shooter McGavin, i am with you to tell bonnie off, but they werent coming home from a summer job, they were coming home from a PARTY! and forget that thing u copied and pasted, it doesnt matter if they were coming home from work or a party, they have their liscence- Cassey has for a year and mike got his during this month- and i think the state law says, that no matter how long ago you got your liscences you are alowed to be driving WHEN EVER you want. that means day time, night time, dark or light, WHEN EVER they want. and if any body who is reading this is saying, no your not aloud to be driving past dark, well that with your permit, but when you have your liscence you can drive WHEN EVER!!!!!!!!!!
alright 1st of all casey didnt have his licence,
2nd off when you 1st get your licence you have to be in by 11 (its called a junior licence),,
so your really salty on that. and about that whole comment on not reading this if it makes you upset,, are you fucking kidding me?.. maybe if you all had fucking hearts you would realize that these were someones kids, many peoples friends,grandkids,classmates,c ousins,sibblings,nephews,stude nts,ect., none of you have a right to judge them unless you knew them, which many of you didnt, i witnessed it all, and they were coming home ON TIME, like they were sopposed to,
there parents knew where they were and who they were with, as much as we try to aviod it, things happen.. just let it go, its hard enough as it is to deal with what happend and then to hear all of this bullshit? horrible.
RIP casey and mike

Chalfont, PA

#133 Oct 14, 2008
Bonnie wrote:
RIP MY LOVE, you say you don't understand how he was taken from you ? Hmmmm let's see, speeding for one. No seat belts for another and driving on a JR license at 11pm ? What are you an idiot ?
alright no heart..
i would never wish this pain on any one else
or want anyone to go thru it, or see what the
four of us saw that night..
untill now,, i hope you have to go thru something
this painfull.. so you can realize what horrible
things you have said, that could have been your
kids, what are you gunna still blame them,
and blame yourself for letting them out..
are you gunna still tell the cops to arrest you
because its your fault? it was no ones fault,
thats why they are called accidents, if it was
someones fault its called murder this wasnt murder, this was an accident, an accident that no one will forget, because they were two loving and caring people that no one will ever forget.
.so fuck you bonnie.
RIP casey and mike

Chalfont, PA

#134 Oct 14, 2008
Voice of Reason wrote:
Kudos to you Bonnie... ;-)
When I first got my license, my parents wouldn't let me drive at night unless one of them was with me. Plus, I wasn't allowed to have other kids/teens in the car with me until I was 18. Strict rules? Maybe... but I am still alive, and no worse for the wear.
I just wonder why the passenger was still yet unidentified? Did the driver's parents not know who was with their child when he was driving? Seems kind of odd to me.
once again, more people who dont know what there talking about..
everyone was identified,
there parents knew where they were
and who they were with,,
not odd at all, kinda just
like how its not odd at all that
half these people dont know what there
talking about and have no hearts?
A friend of both

Philadelphia, PA

#135 Dec 14, 2008
I attend a local high school and was introduced to these two boys when I was at a young age. I also made a comment on this forum right after the loss of these two boys from the community. I have been thinking about these amazing kids a lot lately and I thought that I would check back and see the later posts. I'm not sure if anyone will read this but I feel the need to make a point. Yes, Bonnie has made some rude and somewhat heartless comments, but it is not right to wish death upon her. But Bonnie, how can you say the things you did? It really isn't fair. You did not know these two young adults. As a lot of people have said, they were the best kids I knew. They both had their ups and downs but they had two of the biggest hearts. They made some bad choices that night, as do most teenagers. Unfortunately, the bad decisions that were made resulted in the deaths of two selfless amazing boys. Where ever they went, they made someone smile. I always think back to my last conversation with both and I wonder what would be said in later conversations if they were still here. These boys made their mark on their world, and were destined to make an even larger one, with the time that was cut short. I know a few friends of the boys who attended school with them. This tragedy happened in the beginning of summer, and on the first day of school, I was told that it felt as though it happened that day. They will always be remembered. They both knew how to really share the gifts they had with the world. They were so full of life. I love you with all my heart Casey and Mike. Watch over us my boys.
ganjaking

AOL

#136 Jan 11, 2009
Exactly wrote:
These kids drive like fools and endanger everyone. I'm glad they did not kill anyone else. Better them than me.
I kew um. cool kids, i agree wit cha. cruzin aroud at 11 down dark back roads speedin ait to bright. i have a feelin their parents let um do what they wanted. i never seen the report about what was in their systems eather. you know they were messed cuz they were comin from the big party. but i do agree with ya, beter them then me
ganjaking

AOL

#137 Jan 11, 2009
A friend of both wrote:
I attend a local high school and was introduced to these two boys when I was at a young age. I also made a comment on this forum right after the loss of these two boys from the community. I have been thinking about these amazing kids a lot lately and I thought that I would check back and see the later posts. I'm not sure if anyone will read this but I feel the need to make a point. Yes, Bonnie has made some rude and somewhat heartless comments, but it is not right to wish death upon her. But Bonnie, how can you say the things you did? It really isn't fair. You did not know these two young adults. As a lot of people have said, they were the best kids I knew. They both had their ups and downs but they had two of the biggest hearts. They made some bad choices that night, as do most teenagers. Unfortunately, the bad decisions that were made resulted in the deaths of two selfless amazing boys. Where ever they went, they made someone smile. I always think back to my last conversation with both and I wonder what would be said in later conversations if they were still here. These boys made their mark on their world, and were destined to make an even larger one, with the time that was cut short. I know a few friends of the boys who attended school with them. This tragedy happened in the beginning of summer, and on the first day of school, I was told that it felt as though it happened that day. They will always be remembered. They both knew how to really share the gifts they had with the world. They were so full of life. I love you with all my heart Casey and Mike. Watch over us my boys.
exadurating a bit. i agree that it is sad but they bot drank and did drugs and did what they wanted. i wouldnt say "they were the best kidsi knew"
A friend of both

Exton, PA

#138 Feb 8, 2009
ganjaking - I apologize but, until you learn to spell exaggerating, I cannot take you seriously. They had the largest hearts. Did they make decisions that reflect their age? Yes. Of course they did. Did I agree with every choice they made? Nope. But that doesn't change they people that they were. When you said, "Did what they wanted", I couldn't help but think of teenagers. And think that at this age, you should be able to. They lived life to the fullest. I do not need you to tell me that they weren't the best kids I knew, because I was so very close to them. I do not know who you are. But for some reason I feel as though you do not have the right to form the opinions about their lives.
urgh

West Chester, PA

#139 Feb 12, 2009
If these guys were drunk, it would be awful. The parents would probably be griefstricken. Maybe teenagers need to stop drinking. That wasll is not a drive thru!
John

Philadelphia, PA

#140 Mar 29, 2009
wow bonnie ur bitch how r u gonna say he killed him self and his passanger its not like it was on purpose.....both of them kids were amazing and dont deserve to be dead they had so much ahead of them...............rest in peace casey and mike
WEST CHESTER

Levittown, PA

#141 Apr 1, 2009
FIRST OF ALL, IT WAS RIGHT AFTER SCHOOL AREOUND 3:30. SECOND OF ALL... FOR ALL OF YOU WHO DONT KNOW MIKE OR CASEY, SHUT UP AND STOP "BLOGGING" ABOUT THEM. ITS NOT SOME POLITICAL TOPIC YOU CAN DEBATE. THAT STORY IS NOT ACCURATE AND IF YOU DONT KNOW THEM, DONT BLOG ABOUT IT.
rajiv

Canada

#142 Apr 4, 2009
this is my cusin who dided i know the whole story they lost controll and rolled over 6 times then a tree fell on their car the surviver was sharamn sidhu who was 13 years old my buddy hope u survive ion the hospital r.i.p. sharamns dad and brothere who died
Bla

Edgemont, PA

#143 Jun 21, 2009
Bonnie wrote:
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Big effin deal !
You're a nasty person.
RIP

Newtown Square, PA

#144 Mar 17, 2010
rest in peace
the friend

West Chester, PA

#145 Sep 29, 2010
these were my two friends and everything you guys are saying is wrong. there was no drinking and no drugs, mike was 17 and casey was 16. they made a stupid move and lost control of the wheel. i lost my friends that night and still suffer from it today so all of you who are talking shit on the situtation go f yourselfs
anonymous

Trenton, NJ

#146 Dec 27, 2010
it is crazy that all you people waste your time arguing over this. two boys lost their lives, two families were left completely heartbroken and there are countless friends and family members who are effected every day by this. there was no drugs or alcohol and just because they were coming from a friends house doesnt mean they were at a party. this accident happened BEFORE 11pm, mike was trying to get casey home before 11. mike was driving too fast and lost control of the car. they were being followed by some friends who saw the entire accident happen. the last thing casey texted to his parents was that he was on his way home and next thing they know they have someone knocking on their door telling them their son is gone. i know its hard to relate to something like this but just know that there are a lot of people STILL hurting and they have read what you all have said. caseys parents and brothers are amazing and miss him more then any of you can imagine. so please, before you judge or assume anything just remember there are families left behind by these boys and saying something like "their parents deserve this" is like a knife cutting into their hearts. mike and casey are missed by so many. rest easy boys <3
Big T

North Chicago, IL

#147 Jan 7, 2011
I like turtles
Voice of reason

Mount Laurel, NJ

#148 Jun 19, 2013
So sorry for the terrible loss of these loved young men. Can the commentators on this thread spell?
Ellihue Waters

Chalfont, PA

#149 Jun 19, 2013
Voice of reason wrote:
So sorry for the terrible loss of these loved young men. Can the commentators on this thread spell?
I'm glad that these kids died. Couple of smarmy little pricks, they deserve everything that they got.

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