Boy Hit, Killed On U.S. 169

Boy Hit, Killed On U.S. 169

There are 281 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Feb 15, 2009, titled Boy Hit, Killed On U.S. 169. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

A boy was killed Sunday when he was hit by several vehicles on U.S. 169. The crash occurred about 7 p.m. in the northbound lanes of the highway between 76th Street North and 86th Street North, Owasso Police ...

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Since: Apr 08

AOL

#154 Feb 16, 2009
sunysideup wrote:
<quoted text>i responded nicely .. i wanted to say that i hope his angel pushes him out into oncoming traffic..
Hahaha I wasn't saying you didn't respond nicely. Sometimes I think people say stuff for attention, that's all.

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#155 Feb 16, 2009
Tulsa-Mom wrote:
<quoted text>
Its so hard Nani!
This I know trust me. But I am trying to not argue with everyone like I always get accused of, so I figured it was worth a shot.

Since: Aug 08

Owasso

#156 Feb 16, 2009
This is a horrible tragedy. That poor father who lost his wife recently as well...it just breaks my heart. It is so sad for that young boy to lose his life!

Since: Aug 08

Owasso

#157 Feb 16, 2009
I also live in Owasso. I'm not sure why my post says Wagoner.
sunysideup

Tulsa, OK

#158 Feb 16, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> Hahaha I wasn't saying you didn't respond nicely. Sometimes I think people say stuff for attention, that's all.
i was so trying to ignore the post, i knew they were looking for attention but something came over me..
Brenda

Edmond, OK

#159 Feb 16, 2009
self righteous morons wrote:
why do you keep saying your going to pray for him and his family thats useless. he was obviously a church going teen as well as his father. if you honestly believe that "god" would kill one of his children then you are sadly mistaken. Prayers are just a cushion they do absolutely nothing. God doesnt exist. Period.
so sad you feel that way, but one day you will find out there is a God, i just hope it's not too late when you find that out. You are the type of people that we need to be praying for.
Realistic

Tulsa, OK

#160 Feb 16, 2009
Jesse was one of my students and he was an awesome young man. Owasso students that are one this site, please ignore all the comments of the people here who did not Jesse. They do not understand the loss that we are ALL suffering. They just see an accident they are not feeling the sense of loss that we are.

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#161 Feb 16, 2009
sunysideup wrote:
<quoted text>i was so trying to ignore the post, i knew they were looking for attention but something came over me..
That would be JESUS (I said it in a weird church lady voice in my head in case you didn't hear it)
mom of 2 owasso boys

Owasso, OK

#162 Feb 16, 2009
I heard the sirens last night but didn't know what happened until i watched the news last night and i became sick to my stomach when I realized a CHILD was killed! My heart breaks for this young mans famliy and his friends. Yes he made a very bad choice but all of u making comments and calling this boy names are not any better because YOU TO ARE MAKING BAD CHOICES just as this kid did. We all as a community need to wrap our arms around his family and friends and keep them in our thought and prayers as their lives will NEVER be the same!
Classmate

Oklahoma City, OK

#163 Feb 16, 2009
I'm very offended by some of the comments left on this site. Jesse was one of the friendliest kids I've met in my life and I know VERY many people are going to miss him. I didn't know him too well, but well enough to know that he doesn't deserve any the rude comments written on here. He made a bad choice and we all realize that, but come on people.. Have a little sympathy. This was a terrible tradgedy and we all need to keep his family in our prayers.

Miss you Jess...
sunysideup

Tulsa, OK

#164 Feb 16, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> That would be JESUS (I said it in a weird church lady voice in my head in case you didn't hear it)
i heard it...lololololol
Tulsa-Mom

Broken Arrow, OK

#165 Feb 16, 2009
self righteous morons wrote:
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and that my friend is living in fear. Carpe Diem.
I don't live in fear...good grief!
Tulsa-Mom

Broken Arrow, OK

#166 Feb 16, 2009
I got to thinking...he made a poor choice BUT, it wasn't drinking or drugs or gangs. It was simply crossing a road. Sounds like he was a good kid. Lots of people cared about him. I'm glad.
Mom

Oklahoma City, OK

#167 Feb 16, 2009
I drove by there today on my way to tulsa.. umm was he wearing a red sweatshirt / hoodie? If so is still on the side of the road...

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#168 Feb 16, 2009
Mom wrote:
I drove by there today on my way to tulsa.. umm was he wearing a red sweatshirt / hoodie? If so is still on the side of the road...
Geez talk about to much info.......
audra

Edmond, OK

#169 Feb 16, 2009
this guy went to my school, same grade as me...i didnt really ever talk to him, and i doubt that he even knew of me. but all i can say is he will be missed, and his family will be in my prayers, we will miss you jesse goering.
Merry

Coweta, OK

#170 Feb 16, 2009
Classmate wrote:
I'm very offended by some of the comments left on this site. Jesse was one of the friendliest kids I've met in my life and I know VERY many people are going to miss him. I didn't know him too well, but well enough to know that he doesn't deserve any the rude comments written on here. He made a bad choice and we all realize that, but come on people.. Have a little sympathy. This was a terrible tradgedy and we all need to keep his family in our prayers.
Miss you Jess...
AMEN!!
skye

Tulsa, OK

#171 Feb 16, 2009
Realistic wrote:
Jesse was one of my students and he was an awesome young man. Owasso students that are one this site, please ignore all the comments of the people here who did not Jesse. They do not understand the loss that we are ALL suffering. They just see an accident they are not feeling the sense of loss that we are.
it hurts doesn't it reading people argue about the sitation when they can't even tell you how to pronouce his name. it really is a tragic that they don't understand yet can post some mean comments some are nice though.
shine

United States

#172 Feb 16, 2009
Charles wrote:
<quoted text>
That area is full of blinding bright commercial lighting that overwhelms drivers.
Just look at the map:
http://maps.google.com/maps...
There was no way any of those drivers could have seen anybody in the road with all that glare.
Of course, the commercial people will deny that saying the lights are for safety.
Someone got killed, how safe is that?
The lights did not cause this ACCIDENT.....
People drive 70 or 75 in this area.....
If you are driving 75 with your lights on dim when you see something it is too late to stop...
shine

United States

#173 Feb 16, 2009
Realistic wrote:
Jesse was one of my students and he was an awesome young man. Owasso students that are one this site, please ignore all the comments of the people here who did not Jesse. They do not understand the loss that we are ALL suffering. They just see an accident they are not feeling the sense of loss that we are.


I don't have to know this child to feel pain for his father and friends......

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