Discussion in 'The Bar' started by dawg, Feb 22, 2012.
How do you KNOW they died?
I thought that was a body skidding through the intersection, I had to rewind to determine it was a cars bumper.
St. Louis, MO.
The driver of the car police said caused the crash and the video showed ran a red light at very high speed, was released from jail. He had yet to be charged with a crime.
The victims` loved ones said that had to change; this was a crime, not accident; this was what happened when people ran red lights.
The video clearly shows a green light for north-south traffic on Grand Boulevard at Natural Bridge in North St. Louis, when the westbound car on Natural Bridge speeds into the frame, clips one car, then 't-bones' a Metro Call-A-Ride bus; the car going so fast, it knocks the bus onto its side, Daionsha Scott, 19, and Morion Robinson, 21, both of St. Louis; both back seat passengers in the speeding car.
'All I have is the tragic moment left in my head, seeing him with all of these tubes in his mouth and he`s struggling, fighting for his life,' Robinson`s mother, Monica Robinson said through tears Tuesday night.
'That`s one of the busiest intersections in the city. Why would you be driving 80 or 100 mph at Grand and Natural Bridge ? Come on, man. My son never had a chance,' said Robinson`s father, Morris Adams.
The metro van was empty, except for the driver, who was not seriously hurt. Two survivors were still hospitalized Tuesday night; one from the car that was clipped, the other-the front seat passenger in the car that ran the light.
The driver of that car was treated at a hospital and initially released to police custody. He was a friend of both Robinson and Scott.
Hmmmnnnn, those sound like 'blaeck' names.
The son doesn't have the same last name as the father?
North st Louis, worst part of st Louis, know what I'm sayin
he deserved it.
So wait....The 2 dudes in the back seat died, and the 2 dudes in the front seat survived?
Am I reading that correctly? Am I super-high, or was that a poorly written article?
Stuff like that makes me not want to leave the house.
Thats why I dont leave mine
eh, that will buff right out
What's really unbelievable is that the driver who ran the light wasn't even close to sneaking through the red.
Another car (from the speeder's left) made it through the intersection before the crash.
This dude went through a light that was like five seconds red.
He seriously needs to go to jail for that.
the area where that happened isnt really the safest place to be.......to give you an idea ...when bad weather hits and the power goes out....that area is one of the last places to get back on line.....i swear every single house has a pitbull and when you stop your truck expect shit to be stolen right off the back...
we had a guy hooking up a transformer and someone shot him in the face about 3 blocks from there....
and about 5 blocks south of there is where i sawer a 30 on 30 riot right at noon in the middle of the road....and it was during a outage and they had been w\out power for over 2 weeks.....100 degree weather...
my truck was the first of a fleet that was sent to areas that others refused to go into.....out of no where an old man ran out in the street.......pointed to us and got the crowd part long enough for me to gtfo...
when the sun goes down you need to be out of that area