Diverse group attends vigil for 4 His...

Diverse group attends vigil for 4 Hispanic victims of fatal car accident in Chambersburg

There are 25 comments on the Public Opinion story from Dec 20, 2010, titled Diverse group attends vigil for 4 Hispanic victims of fatal car accident in Chambersburg. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

Locals are mourning the four young "people of promise" who died this weekend in what is being called the most horrific auto accident in the history of the local Hispanic community.

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worldinspector

Chambersburg, PA

#28 Dec 21, 2010
So sad.
Sounds like a combination of mixed tires and immature driving were the main causes of this community tragedy.
Don't remove the thread -- it's easier for our county to respond to and deal with ignorance and bigotry when it exposes itself!
... and finally, let us pray that the young lady who somehow survived will make a full recovery and go on to a meaningful, productive life.
Dave

Annapolis, MD

#29 Dec 21, 2010
Agree. Please remove the thread. I am embarrassed at the negative comments the local hicks put on here. Saying prayers for all families involved.

“Not fallen”

Since: May 08

WalMartBoro, PA

#30 Dec 21, 2010
Actually wrote:
The only person that survived was my cousin. It's so sad, how people post facts about things that have no clue what they are talking about. "How careless they were." My cousin is a very bright girl. This is her first time ever doing something like this. I feel so horrible for the parents that lost their childern.. It's so sad. I pray for them & my cousin as she is getting better each and every day. God bless.
Thank you for sharing information regarding your cousin. I do have a question about her as a survivor and the investigation; is she conscious? Can she not identify the driver/be interviewed? Thank you.
Luis Moreta

San Antonio, TX

#31 Dec 27, 2010
Dave wrote:
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You are a moron. There are many US citizens who treat the country of their parents or grandparents as "home". Home is where your family is. Quit being such a freakin bigoted ***hole.
That is so true. Home is where the heart is. My heart is in the Dominican Rep and i was born here.
Mfm

Woodstock, MD

#32 Dec 28, 2010
The girl who remains in the hospital is my cousin. I pray for her family and just do not allow the negative comments to upset you all. Consider where these folks minds are. Do not try to change their way of negative thinking. There is enough emotion due to this tragic accident. I am a former law enforcement officer and if there is one thing I have learned it is not to allow small minded folks to get me all worked up. It is not easy for all to ignore there comments because it takes a thick skin to ignore it. Your right about one thing it does not matter where or what race they are. These were lives lost so early.

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