Two dead after semi rolls

Two dead after semi rolls

There are 31 comments on the KUSA Denver story from Jun 22, 2007, titled Two dead after semi rolls. In it, KUSA Denver reports that:

" The driver and passenger of a semi truck both died Friday morning after the truck rolled and they were thrown from the cab.

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Big E

Denver, CO

#1 Jun 23, 2007
I for one know about semi accidents. I ran my Toyota Tercell under a semi that jackknifed and transitioned across a 58 foot wide median. I was knocked out for six days. (I certainly caught on my sleep then.)I almost preceeded William Gregory and Barrett Hornberger but due to alot of money, time and Love from my parents I didn't die. But my drean career of flying professionally did die.
Deanna Palmer-Poole

United States

#2 Jun 23, 2007
R.I.P. Barrett you are loved and will be missed oxoxoxox your cousin

“It's pronounced DAG-uth.”

Since: Jun 07

Windsor, CO

#3 Jun 23, 2007
I'm just wondering, do you have to have a doctorate education to figure out why and how to wear a seatbelt?
Deanna Palmer-Poole

United States

#4 Jun 24, 2007
why dont you shut up...like it said it was under investagation.....Barrett's cousibn in michigan

“It's pronounced DAG-uth.”

Since: Jun 07

Windsor, CO

#5 Jun 24, 2007
Deanna Palmer-Poole wrote:
why dont you shut up...like it said it was under investagation.....Barrett's cousibn in michigan
What's a "cousibn"? Now I see the family resemblance.
Friend of Family

Phoenix, AZ

#6 Jun 25, 2007
I'm just wondering... Do you need a doctorate education to refrain from such tacky comments regarding the loss of someone's loved one. Have some class Shatazar...People are grieving over the loss of a family member. Barrett was a son, husband, friend, brother, grandson, cousin, nephew, etc. People make choices all the time to live their lives the way they see fit. Maybe you'd see things a little differently and react with a little more class had it been someone you cared about or someone you were related to. I'm sure you wouldn't appreciate such comments. I'm sure you don't come from a family of M.D.'s...

“It's pronounced DAG-uth.”

Since: Jun 07

Windsor, CO

#7 Jun 26, 2007
Friend of Family wrote:
I'm just wondering... Do you need a doctorate education to refrain from such tacky comments regarding the loss of someone's loved one. Have some class Shatazar...People are grieving over the loss of a family member. Barrett was a son, husband, friend, brother, grandson, cousin, nephew, etc. People make choices all the time to live their lives the way they see fit. Maybe you'd see things a little differently and react with a little more class had it been someone you cared about or someone you were related to. I'm sure you wouldn't appreciate such comments. I'm sure you don't come from a family of M.D.'s...
Yes, people make choices. In this case, they made a choice - a VERY simple choice - that got them killed. Bad juju.

I'll say what I want. I know what goes on in this forum. I would expect the same if anyone I know was in the same situation. It's the nature of the beast. The only difference is, I would never see it because I would have more important things to attend to. Like my grieving friends and family. So, what are you doing?
Insurance agent

Mosheim, TN

#8 Jun 26, 2007
I am an insurance agent who happens to service the insurance policy on the truck that was involved in this accident. My sincere sympathy goes out to the family and friends of the two men who lost their lives in this accident, as well as their employer (my customer). It would appear to me that Shatazar needs to find something better to do with his or her time (example: get a real job) than to torment people (who they don't even know) in a time of great sadness and grief.

“It's pronounced DAG-uth.”

Since: Jun 07

Windsor, CO

#9 Jun 26, 2007
Insurance agent wrote:
I am an insurance agent who happens to service the insurance policy on the truck that was involved in this accident. My sincere sympathy goes out to the family and friends of the two men who lost their lives in this accident, as well as their employer (my customer). It would appear to me that Shatazar needs to find something better to do with his or her time (example: get a real job) than to torment people (who they don't even know) in a time of great sadness and grief.
Nice cover story about your job. Liar. And who is Shatazar?
Insurance agent

Mosheim, TN

#10 Jun 26, 2007
Dagoth wrote:
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Nice cover story about your job. Liar. And who is Shatazar?
You are not worth the time and energy it is taking me to respond to your comments.
Deanna Palmer-Poole

United States

#11 Jun 26, 2007
Thank you to the kind people who wrote about there condolences about my cousin Barrett. I just hope that my Uncle Gary Aunt Debbie and Monica( mom dad and sister) or his wife Ella and any other family member who comes to this site to read what this stupid @$#%$#%# has to write while we are greaving. Boy how the world sure has changed. And to you sorry S.O.B. come to Jackson Michigan and say it to my FACE! I'll just say Im glad i dont live where you do, or we might just meet face to face. Deanna Palmer-Poole 4186 Flansburg Rd. Jackson, Michigan (just in case you have something to say to me personally here is my address!)
Mr Ramadan

Farmington, MI

#12 Jun 26, 2007
"Dagoth" I can tell you spend most of your day playing some sort of role playin game because you have no people skills and cannot function in everyday society. Therefore in order to feel better about yourself you look to degrade others. Classic. My advice to you is to step away from the computer take a bath, go to the mall buy something other than a Transformers T-shirt, get some contacts, shave what I am sure is a dirty looking beard, and talk about something other than Runescape! Your battle points will do nothing for you in the real world and that is why you are a lonley piece of crap. And because of this is why you will never know what a vagina feels like!

“It's pronounced DAG-uth.”

Since: Jun 07

Windsor, CO

#13 Jun 26, 2007
Insurance agent wrote:
<quoted text>
You are not worth the time and energy it is taking me to respond to your comments.
But you did, didn't you? HA!

“It's pronounced DAG-uth.”

Since: Jun 07

Windsor, CO

#14 Jun 26, 2007
Mr Ramadan wrote:
"Dagoth" I can tell you spend most of your day playing some sort of role playin game because you have no people skills and cannot function in everyday society. Therefore in order to feel better about yourself you look to degrade others. Classic. My advice to you is to step away from the computer take a bath, go to the mall buy something other than a Transformers T-shirt, get some contacts, shave what I am sure is a dirty looking beard, and talk about something other than Runescape! Your battle points will do nothing for you in the real world and that is why you are a lonley piece of crap. And because of this is why you will never know what a vagina feels like!
It sounds like you're intimately familiar with the situation you describe above. I don't know what Runescape is and if I had any "battle points" they would probably have been earned in the Persian Gulf. I feel sorry for you. Oh, wait, no I don't. Didn't you know? I hate people. ALL people.

And as far as how I function in society, if we ever met in person, you would never know it was me... that's the beauty of these stupid forums!!!!
The Princess

Greeley, CO

#15 Jun 26, 2007
I'm so turned on I can't stand it!!*checking behind her for the Wicked Queen*...
Friend of Family

Phoenix, AZ

#16 Jun 26, 2007
Dagoth wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, people make choices. In this case, they made a choice - a VERY simple choice - that got them killed. Bad juju.
I'll say what I want. I know what goes on in this forum. I would expect the same if anyone I know was in the same situation. It's the nature of the beast. The only difference is, I would never see it because I would have more important things to attend to. Like my grieving friends and family. So, what are you doing?
What am I doing you ask? Not that it's any of your business or that you care but after all you did pose the question...but I'm reading up on the articles of the accident and came across this forum with your tacky comment attached to it and decided to reply - that's what I'm doing you heartless POS (Do I need to explain the meaning of that one to you or do you have a "Doctorate Education" to already know? Kudos to you if you have the education (not that I care if you do)...unfortunately it didn't teach you much in the arena of class or compassion.
You're right...people do make choices and neither you nor do I know the whole story of this accident other than what's been released in the press.
Seatbelts do save "some lives" but there have been accidents that people have been in that if they had a seatbelt on it could've cost them their life as well. I know someone that's living proof of that and just so you know she knows how to use a seatbelt and doesn't have a doctorate education.
You wouldn't expect the same if it was someone you knew in this situation...what a load of crap. You mean to tell me that you wouldn't go looking for articles about the accident on your loved one? You apparently go looking for them on complete strangers so it's nice to know that a stranger takes precedence over your loved one. C'mon you wouldn't want to log on to a website anticipating to read an article about your loved one's passing and see people posting stupid comments such as yours.
Get a life...I'll say a prayer for you tonight Dagoth because at this point, I think you NEED IT!
Friend of Family

Phoenix, AZ

#17 Jun 26, 2007
Deanna Palmer-Poole wrote:
Thank you to the kind people who wrote about there condolences about my cousin Barrett. I just hope that my Uncle Gary Aunt Debbie and Monica( mom dad and sister) or his wife Ella and any other family member who comes to this site to read what this stupid @$#%$#%# has to write while we are greaving. Boy how the world sure has changed. And to you sorry S.O.B. come to Jackson Michigan and say it to my FACE! I'll just say Im glad i dont live where you do, or we might just meet face to face. Deanna Palmer-Poole 4186 Flansburg Rd. Jackson, Michigan (just in case you have something to say to me personally here is my address!)
Deanna - so sorry about Barrett's passing. I'm a friend of your Aunt Debbie's and will be attending services tomorrow here in AZ.
Try to ignore the stupidity of the animal on here as I will try and do the same thing - sometimes just not worth it and you know that old saying "What comes around goes around". Some animals find joy in hurting people...as sick as it is. Apparently this sick and twisted animal has nothing better to do with "its" time. As with any animal... it was probably never loved or cared for properly and obviously never learned the meaning of compassion. And they say dogs are smart...
Friend of Family

Phoenix, AZ

#18 Jun 26, 2007
Dagoth wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, people make choices. In this case, they made a choice - a VERY simple choice - that got them killed. Bad juju.
I'll say what I want. I know what goes on in this forum. I would expect the same if anyone I know was in the same situation. It's the nature of the beast. The only difference is, I would never see it because I would have more important things to attend to. Like my grieving friends and family. So, what are you doing?
One more thing I forgot to mention in my previous post... You don't know for a FACT that the seatbelt would've saved them and that they'd still be alive. None of us know that so please don't sit here and say that the "VERY SIMPLE CHOICE GOT THEM KILLED". None of us know what the outcome would've been had they been wearing seatbelts.
Deanna Palmer-Poole

United States

#19 Jun 27, 2007
Friend of Family wrote:
<quoted text>
Deanna - so sorry about Barrett's passing. I'm a friend of your Aunt Debbie's and will be attending services tomorrow here in AZ.
Try to ignore the stupidity of the animal on here as I will try and do the same thing - sometimes just not worth it and you know that old saying "What comes around goes around". Some animals find joy in hurting people...as sick as it is. Apparently this sick and twisted animal has nothing better to do with "its" time. As with any animal... it was probably never loved or cared for properly and obviously never learned the meaning of compassion. And they say dogs are smart...
Thank you "friend of the family" that was said in great taste and compassion. When you see Aunt Debbie plz hug her for me and Uncle Gary and Monica, and Ella, plz tell them that I love them and I'll be praying for them... My aunt and uncle have alot of family here( I am from Gar's side of the family I am his oldest sisters daughter) who are feeling the grieving as they are. Plz tell them they will and FOREVER be in our thoughts and prayers....Deanna
AARON MCDANIEL

United States

#20 Jun 27, 2007
You will be loved and missed Barrett, my friend.

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