Thursday, July 19, 2007

Tickets, Please?

Don't even try and tell me nobody got a ticket out of this traffic accident? Two cars supposedly going 60 miles per hour down H Street in Eureka causing a three vehicle accident and nobody gets a ticket?

If the Times- Standard had it right (story not available online) and the two cars were racing north on H street, they were also going the wrong way on a one way street. H Street is a one way street heading south. I think the Eureka Reporter has it right but, if not, there's a couple tickets to give away right there.

It's probably not over yet. I imagine there needs to be further investigation?


At 10:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fred, important people, freinds of important people, and children of important people aren't bound by laws like the rest of us.

At 1:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Y'know I have noticed that the ER makes a conscious choice about which names to print. I guess these were kids though. But who gives their kid a F-350 to race around Eureka in? They only cost around $40,000.

At 4:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was a furious road chase yesterday evening out on the north jetty area. A friend of mine was passed by a whitish truck traveling at high speeds on the road by the Coast Guard property out there. The truck was closely followed by a number of police cars.

Was this the same truck that the Eureka Reporter mentioned as having gone from Samoa to Eureka to Crescent City?

Did anybody else see the reckless driver in action?

At 11:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The SOB in the navigator has no right to call himself a 'father'!
He should lose his license for 5 years minimum- and jail time would be
only right.

This guy could have killed ALOT of people!

What IS it people dont get about driving speed around here?
OH- I forgot- "It will never happen to them!...."

Running over a kid that is.........

At 1:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who was driving an F-350? It was some type of SUV, a Honda and two minivans. And newspapers don't publish the names of children when they're accused of committing crimes, although in this case no juveniles seem to be accused of anything except having crappy parents.


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