Car crash cuts power in San Rafael ov...

Car crash cuts power in San Rafael overnight

There are 70 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Apr 7, 2010, titled Car crash cuts power in San Rafael overnight. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

More than 3,000 east San Rafael residents and businesses lost power for several hours Tuesday night after a car struck a power pole on Point San Pedro Road.

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Union City, CA

#74 Apr 10, 2010
His folks are going to have to pay for the damage, a friend of mine while living up in Russian River lost control of their vehicle and rammed into a pole, and while the damage to the pole was minimal,
the bill was huge....and that was 25yrs ago. I can't imagine what it would cost for something like that today....On the other hand I'm thankful that the driver was O.K.,and hope he will get the help he needs for what ever caused him to want to take his life like that in the first place.

Dublin, CA

#76 Apr 11, 2010
Rational approach wrote:
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EXCELLENT POST! It's just that I think we should put suicide prevention devices on all razor blades first, and tightly restrict all knife access to those who have passed a psychological exam. Oh, and of course, fence all railroads, highways, and streets.

San Rafael, CA

#77 Apr 11, 2010
I am a hole

Fairfax, CA

#79 Apr 13, 2010
I am a spoiled, smart, illegal, professional out of work nurse who drives a cab. I approve of this attempt.

Thank you.

San Francisco, CA

#81 Apr 14, 2010
We should be grateful!!!!

San Anselmo, CA

#83 Apr 28, 2010
Say What wrote:
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Actually, thank you for the post, it's completely revealing. As a conservative, PLEASE change your handle. It's total d bags like you that are ruining it for the rest of us.
Well you're a snotty little byche, aren't you! The person actually made an apology, and you still kick him in the nuts...

As for the kid who caused all this:

A) I simply CANNOT believe he survived!
B) He did cost us one of our irreplaceable galvanized-steel power
poles, that PG&E has no more of...
C) Rather than all the touchy-feely comments about his state of mind,
I can totally identify with wanting to off himself... BUT, I think
that if you have an automobile at your disposal, you should just run
a hose from the tailpipe to one of the rear windows...

Mill Valley, CA

#84 Nov 17, 2011
Jesus christ,some of you people are freaking harsh! Some of the comments left were rather nice but damn some of you indegerates need to get a life. I feel soo bad for Mr. jewels who fell and scratched himself up, grow up you baby. You know what the funniest part of this story is? it was me. Sometimes this world sickens me.

Mill Valley, CA

#85 Nov 17, 2011
O and Gregg Jewels, go do the world a favor and go die in a freaking whole you miserable piece of crap.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08


#86 Nov 17, 2011
You tell 'em Will.


Since: Jul 11


#87 Nov 17, 2011
yeah what he said will er commander

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