Semi driver critically injured, I-95 shut down in accident Saturday in Daytona
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#1 May 11, 2013
No one from the pickup truck has reached out to family members or semi-driver Alan Brandon. That we know of they haven't even checked on them. Life goes on for Motley, friends & family. However the Brandon's family has been sent into a tailspin. If this was truly an accident & not neglegence, what would it take to come forward. Take responsibility, at least offer apology, sypathies for his loss of limb, the loss of occupation he has been in for over twenty years, all with awards in safety. Alan Brandon was the bread winner & head of his family. As many Americans have to do they lived paycheck to paycheck. All normalcy is gone. Mrs. Brandon just wanted to be with her husband. Her first priority is him, however she worries about everything, rent, bills, food, etc.. They are far from home and very much out of their elements. Even if the response is anger, which it very much maybe. Someone from the pickup truck should, one human to another offer or extend a Christian hand & words of love.
#2 May 17, 2013
Judge not lest ye be judged? Isn't that a christian belief?- It sounds hypocritical from your standpoint. But then that only applies to people who want to manipulate the truth
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