3 killed in head-on collision in Phoenix

3 killed in head-on collision in Phoenix

There are 145 comments on the www.azcentral.com story from Feb 10, 2008, titled 3 killed in head-on collision in Phoenix. In it, www.azcentral.com reports that:

Elias C. Arnold The Arizona Republic Feb. 10, 2008 12:10 PM Three people were killed Saturday night in Phoenix when their vehicle crossed a median and struck an oncoming pickup truck, police said.

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Brea

Glendale, AZ

#1 Feb 13, 2008
Shannon Hauver the one that was driving the car that night, i am her daughter in law..I just wanted everyone to know that she was an amazing person, and she will be missed very much and LOVED!!!
RIP Shannon We love you!
I love you.
BRea
space jelly invader

Kerrville, TX

#3 Feb 14, 2008
J W Simms wrote:
<quoted text>How amazing! could she be if she killed herself and murdered two other people with her careless and wreckless driving? really she must have sucked, speed kills, ask Shannon.
I have to agree with you my niece was killed by a speeding driver I'm sorry people have to lose their lives but when you are issued a drivers license you are carring a deadly weapon and you need to respect it.
Carl M

Roseburg, OR

#4 Feb 14, 2008
I'll miss Shannon...I have great memories.
Pat

Bel Air, MD

#5 Feb 14, 2008
YouÂ’re obviously an idiot, simple minded or both, and not the least bit amazing. You Suck!
J W Simms wrote:
<quoted text>How amazing! could she be if she killed herself and murdered two other people with her careless and wreckless driving? really she must have sucked, speed kills, ask Shannon.
Nancy Varner

Scottsdale, AZ

#6 Feb 14, 2008
Carl M wrote:
I'll miss Shannon...I have great memories.
I miss her terribly...
Nancy Varner

Scottsdale, AZ

#7 Feb 14, 2008
J W Simms wrote:
<quoted text>How amazing! could she be if she killed herself and murdered two other people with her careless and wreckless driving? really she must have sucked, speed kills, ask Shannon.
She was driving faster than the speed limit - that doesn't mean she sucked as a person. Have you ever driven faster than you were supposed to??
The Truth

Phoenix, AZ

#8 Feb 14, 2008
Wow, what a bummer. Think I'll go make a burrito.
Savannagh

United States

#9 Feb 14, 2008
J W Simms wrote:
<quoted text>How amazing! could she be if she killed herself and murdered two other people with her careless and wreckless driving? really she must have sucked, speed kills, ask Shannon.
How insensitive of you to make such a remark. She didn't decide to drive and kill herself and others that day! People make mistakes, sometimes it happens in a split second and you can't recover from it. I'm sure you are a saint of a driver. Your comments are moronic
Linda Westminster Maryand

Hyattsville, MD

#12 Feb 15, 2008
Mr Genius (jelly brains) There is a distinct difference between murder and manslaughter. This was not intentional. Ironically, Shannon was my best friend's niece. A lot of people are suffering and mourning. Oh - it appears you studied Theology as well. God doesn't "give" humans that type of authority. God is Authority. It was an unfortunate tragedy. I'm not going to waste any more time on you. Do you have any friends? I'm just curious.
space jelly invader

Kerrville, TX

#13 Feb 15, 2008
Linda Westminster Maryand wrote:
Mr Genius (jelly brains) There is a distinct difference between murder and manslaughter. This was not intentional. Ironically, Shannon was my best friend's niece. A lot of people are suffering and mourning. Oh - it appears you studied Theology as well. God doesn't "give" humans that type of authority. God is Authority. It was an unfortunate tragedy. I'm not going to waste any more time on you. Do you have any friends? I'm just curious.
I sure do
Nancy

Scottsdale, AZ

#15 Feb 15, 2008
Hey jackass - do you know the definition of murder? And have you seen any police reports? There have been alot of things reported by a multitude of sources and none of them official. How quick we are to pass judgment. You don't know shit.
space jelly invader wrote:
<quoted text>no one every said anyone was perfect all it is if you are driving you need to obey the laws that are what they are there for Like I said I lost my niece to a careless speeder when you are going to fast to handle your vehicle then you are going to fast period I am sorry the people have lost their lives but at what account did God give them to take the lives of the innocent and I pray to God you never have to lose someone in a horrific accident where negligence was the case because it is not pretty it is murder not only to the victim but to the victims families..........

Since: Feb 08

San Bruno, CA

#17 Feb 15, 2008
J W Simms wrote:
<quoted text> Don't try to tell me Shannon just made a mistake, you half witted twit! Just how many mistakes would you figure she made while driving like a nut case, before she made her last one? You call me insensitive but you make no mention of the two other people she killed, or the other people she!! ran head on into, what about the problems she caused them? And yes I do drive like a saint, I have to so! I can watch out for people that drive just like Shannon, and there's a hell of a lot of them and they are all trying to kill me. I do feel bad about Shannon but that's as far as I can go. So if you don't like my insensitive moronic comments my friend, you can just kiss my ass.
No thank you, you have an ugly attitude. Everyone has different insight, and your writing is insensitive. You are a human being just as Shannon is, and someday YOU will make a mistake that will cost someone or something, pride and haughtiness comes before a fall.
Regarding kissing your ass, I chuckle at the thought because the only thing that would kiss your ass is your dog. ha,ha,ha,! Because you are a dog! ha,ha,ha,!

AND I have a lovely ass! Thank you !! Have a nice day moron!
Very Big Heart

Winslow, AZ

#18 Feb 16, 2008
Shannon worked for me until the end of Nov.The one thing I do know Shannon had a big heart and would try to help anybody she could to call her anything but a good mom and wife is being a dumbass she made a mistake while she was driving but if shannon could take it back I know she would. Shannon you will be missed from everybody at FW RIP David if you need anything just please ask.
Mike A
misty

Kerrville, TX

#22 Feb 16, 2008
My heart goes out to the victims of this tragic accident. Accidents do happen but we as citizens need to do our best at being safe on the roadways. because the life we lose made not only be ours but the innocent also I just read where a baby was fatally injured in a crash and it was because another car crossed over the lane and hit the vehicle he was in head on so lets all obey the law.
r hamlet

Phoenix, AZ

#23 Feb 16, 2008
WOW,what a trip,how long can this go on,a terrible thing has happened,no doubt this has affected the lives of many,a time like this seems to bring sorrow along with bitterness,at times i think we all have had these same feelings sometime in our life,we all express in differant ways.its tragic when ever anyones life is suddenly snapped away sometimes it seems the blame should be placed on someone,im very sorry that shannon,matti,and jim have left us i feel that mayby if i would have spent more time listening and trying to be a better person and friend to them,maybe things would have been different.i know personally that this tragety has woke me up to the fact that the next person you see may be yours or thers last.,we cant change the past,be we do have the opportunity to change the future.LISTEN,LEARN,and GIVE one life can effect the lives of many.
Dave

Phoenix, AZ

#24 Feb 16, 2008
I will not propose to judge Shannon Hauver. I will judge this, this woman for what ever reason got behind the wheel of a vehicle and took two lives.

Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle is NOT a mistake. Ask the families of the other two people who died. Did the people who Shannon hit make a mistake by taking that road? NO, they trusted the hope that the people in the other vehicles were same and in their right minds.

Now with that said, the liberal hearts that are defending Shannon should just shut the hell up. She was responsible for taking her life and two others. I don't think this was a mistake, it was vehicular homicide.
David H

Sun City West, AZ

#25 Feb 17, 2008
Very Big Heart wrote:
Shannon worked for me until the end of Nov.The one thing I do know Shannon had a big heart and would try to help anybody she could to call her anything but a good mom and wife is being a dumbass she made a mistake while she was driving but if shannon could take it back I know she would. Shannon you will be missed from everybody at FW RIP David if you need anything just please ask.
Mike A
thanks mike yes shannon did have a very big heart and will be missed very much ....as 4 these dumb ass shit heads that no nothing about my wife YOU CAN GO F--K YOURSELFS GET A LIFE AND WAIT TILL FACTS ARE GIVEN BEFORE YOU PASS JUDGEMENT.......OR ARE YOU GOD ?
Nancy

Scottsdale, AZ

#26 Feb 17, 2008
And you believe everything your read, MORON?? Are you interested in facts or just having a slam fest? What a jerk-off you are. You little, simple-minded, insensitive prick. Oh, yes, I forgot, YOU'RE PERFECT. That must make you GOD. Be very careful getting distracted while driving...YOU may hurt someone and CHOKE ON YOUR OWN WORDS!!! I loved my daughter; she was a good mother, daughter, wife and friend. Your mother should be ashamed of herself for raising a son like you.
J W Simms wrote:
<quoted text> I was going by the news paper account of the accident, Shannon was speeding, crossed the median, slammed head on into a pick up truck. Probably in a hurry to get some place she didn't even really want to go, well!! she didn't get there at all did she? Maybe your next, wonder who you will take with you. In the mean time do us all a favor will you? keep your fat ugly thighs closed tight, the world doesn't need any more stupid bitches like yourself and Shannon making the kinds of mess you make.
Nancy

Scottsdale, AZ

#27 Feb 17, 2008
HOW THE HELL DO YOU KNOW WHETHER SHE WAS LATE OR WHETHER IT WAS WANTON DISREGARD FOR OUR TRAFFIC LAWS?? DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU THAT SHE MAY HAVE HAD A STROKE OR AN ANNEURISM THAT SHE, AND NOBODY ELSE KNEW ABOUT?? YOU DAMN FOOL. SHAME ON YOU.
J W Simms wrote:
Shannon Hauver DID NOT!! make a mistake, she made a Goddam mess of a lot of lives other than her own, through wanton disregard for our traffic laws and common sense rules of the road.
Just remember, being late beats the hell out of being dead.
Nancy

Scottsdale, AZ

#28 Feb 17, 2008
AND WE ALL HOPE IT WASN'T AN UNKNOWN MEDICAL CONDITION THAT COULD HAVE CAUSED THIS, RIGHT???
Dave wrote:
I will not propose to judge Shannon Hauver. I will judge this, this woman for what ever reason got behind the wheel of a vehicle and took two lives.
Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle is NOT a mistake. Ask the families of the other two people who died. Did the people who Shannon hit make a mistake by taking that road? NO, they trusted the hope that the people in the other vehicles were same and in their right minds.
Now with that said, the liberal hearts that are defending Shannon should just shut the hell up. She was responsible for taking her life and two others. I don't think this was a mistake, it was vehicular homicide.

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