Two killed in crash on Sagtikos Parkway in Commack

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Two people were killed in a crash on the Sagtikos Parkway in Commack Sunday after a southbound car lost control and spun into oncoming traffic, state police said. Full Story
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“Slappy X. Sanchez, Esq.”

Since: Jun 08

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#2 May 4, 2009
How may people are going to come here and say it's the road's fault, there aren't enough cops patrolling the Sagtikos, they didn't mean to hurt anyone, it was raining, the tires were bald or any other of the myriad of excuses the bleeding hearts come up with?

The only sympathy I have here is for the person who was hit by this inconsiderate moron - and their family.
Chet Simon - Northport

Chicago, IL

#4 May 4, 2009
As I am reading about this senseless loss of life I am having powerful thoughts about wanting to wantonly torture people like this freak who was driving the Mustang that killed somebody's mom and grandmother.

The fact that he is dead has absolutely no meaning to me. In fact, I wish he survived so I could kick his friggin ball-bag in.

Is this normal?

Why is that so many people morph into little s-hits when they get behind the wheel of a car?

My condolences to the family and friends of the innocent victim of this crime.
Timmy O Toole

Elizabeth, NJ

#5 May 4, 2009
He was an ass clown passing in the right lane.

Darwin in action.

Good thing he didn't have a chance to breed.
SWINE flu

White Plains, NY

#6 May 4, 2009
But swine flu is the real killer!!

Close the schools, stay at home, lock your doors.
liner

Hicksville, NY

#7 May 4, 2009
Couple of things that crossed my mind after viewing the pics in the paper. With the Mustang getting T-boned by the Cadillac, I could see the guy in the Ford getting killed, but the Caddy's passenger compartment looks relatively intact and the airbags deployed. So I wonder how the woman was killed? Unless she wasn't wearing her belt. Another odd thing....don't we have an animal control group (shelter) that could be called to take care of an animal found in a situation such as this? While the woman who volunteered to take this dog home was no doubt well intentioned, I'm surprised they would just yell out for volunteers, without any idea where the dog would wind up.
A terrible accident and my thoughts are with both families.
Long Island Gal

Watertown, CT

#10 May 4, 2009
Chet Simon - Northport wrote:
As I am reading about this senseless loss of life I am having powerful thoughts about wanting to wantonly torture people like this freak who was driving the Mustang that killed somebody's mom and grandmother.
The fact that he is dead has absolutely no meaning to me. In fact, I wish he survived so I could kick his friggin ball-bag in.
Is this normal?
Why is that so many people morph into little s-hits when they get behind the wheel of a car?
My condolences to the family and friends of the innocent victim of this crime.
They don't morph into little s-hits when they get behind the wheel. They are little s-hits in every aspect of their lives. And any minute now, Mommy, or girlfriend will be crying how "wonderful he is". NOT My condolences to the womans family.
Long Island Gal

Watertown, CT

#11 May 4, 2009
Assgravy wrote:
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I agree, but the woman was old..she was a has-been and a hold-over..one foot in the casket.
Thank you!!
You are a complete IDIOT. Many people in my family live well into their 90s. And I know 70 years olds that would run circles around your dumb YOUNG butt. Try not posting on line, unless you want everyone to know how ignorant you are.
W T F

Wayne, NJ

#12 May 4, 2009
Maybe they should start cracking down on car dealerships that use and abuse these cars before they sell them to us. Would be interesting to know if the loser that was driving the Mustang, actually worked for Syosset Ford. Sympathies to the family & friends of the woman in the Cadillac, and what extremely poor judgement to just hand off the dog, who is just as much in shock and in need of medical attention, as the unfortunate owner. This just added more unease & tension to the already greaving family. Gee, next time there's an accident on the parkway, and the mother doesn't make it - as long as the kids LOOK ok, just hand them off to some passerby, so they can have a nice place to sleep! Ridiculous!

“Slappy X. Sanchez, Esq.”

Since: Jun 08

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#15 May 4, 2009
W T F wrote:
Maybe they should start cracking down on car dealerships that use and abuse these cars before they sell them to us. Would be interesting to know if the loser that was driving the Mustang, actually worked for Syosset Ford. Sympathies to the family & friends of the woman in the Cadillac, and what extremely poor judgement to just hand off the dog, who is just as much in shock and in need of medical attention, as the unfortunate owner. This just added more unease & tension to the already greaving family. Gee, next time there's an accident on the parkway, and the mother doesn't make it - as long as the kids LOOK ok, just hand them off to some passerby, so they can have a nice place to sleep! Ridiculous!
What the he11 do car dealerships have to do with what happened? Here's a new excuse everybody: it's the CAR DEALERSHIP'S FAULT!
Todd Schuster

New York, NY

#25 May 4, 2009
Slappy Sanchez wrote:
How may people are going to come here and say it's the road's fault, there aren't enough cops patrolling the Sagtikos, they didn't mean to hurt anyone, it was raining, the tires were bald or any other of the myriad of excuses the bleeding hearts come up with?
The only sympathy I have here is for the person who was hit by this inconsiderate moron - and their family.
Slappy I agree with you regarding the elderly lady killed. These young punks think they're God especially with these so called "muscle cars" a Mustang in the rain is like driving in the snow. Those cars like the Camaro are death traps in the rain. Even if you;re going the speed limit or below I don;t trust them. the tires aren't reliable on wet or snowy roads plus they have Rear wheel drive. My condolences to the innocent woman's family & and also to the young man's family. Hope you're well Slappy. WE may agree differently but I respect you anyway. Be well.
Mike Hock

San Francisco, CA

#29 May 4, 2009
I love the secondary theme of this article:
"crash claims lives... dog is ok"
King _ Queen

Mastic, NY

#31 May 4, 2009
liner wrote:
Couple of things that crossed my mind after viewing the pics in the paper. With the Mustang getting T-boned by the Cadillac, I could see the guy in the Ford getting killed, but the Caddy's passenger compartment looks relatively intact and the airbags deployed. So I wonder how the woman was killed? Unless she wasn't wearing her belt. Another odd thing....don't we have an animal control group (shelter) that could be called to take care of an animal found in a situation such as this? While the woman who volunteered to take this dog home was no doubt well intentioned, I'm surprised they would just yell out for volunteers, without any idea where the dog would wind up.
A terrible accident and my thoughts are with both families.
I agree about calling the shelter for the dog,how ever they are so over crowed now the poor thing will just be another "expired over the limit stay" animal.
Hopefully the person that took the dog will care for it properly.
liner

Hicksville, NY

#33 May 4, 2009
King _ Queen wrote:
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I agree about calling the shelter for the dog,how ever they are so over crowed now the poor thing will just be another "expired over the limit stay" animal.
Hopefully the person that took the dog will care for it properly.
I don't doubt that the person who offered to take the dog home would care for it properly. It just seemed like an odd thing for them to do. I'm sure someone from the victims family would come forward quickly.
Snow Blind

Mastic, NY

#36 May 4, 2009
liner wrote:
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I don't doubt that the person who offered to take the dog home would care for it properly. It just seemed like an odd thing for them to do. I'm sure someone from the victims family would come forward quickly.
True
notfrom LI

Brooklyn, NY

#43 May 5, 2009
Holy crap. You people are unbelievable. Long Islanders are all trailer trash to different degrees. You raise exactly what you are so stop trashing a young man who lost his life. He has a family too and you have3e no soul for the cruel things you write.
Caveman

East Quogue, NY

#45 May 5, 2009
Another great job by the DOT. They tear up the median trees that would have stopped the car from crossing over. This was last year. Then, instead of just replacing it with a guardrail right away or leaving the natural barrier and installing a guardrail next to it, they waste more time and money installing 'temporary asphalt walkways' for...uh...all the pedestrians that walk down the median it seems.

They could have spent the same amount of time/money and had guardrails installed right away, and saved a life as well as maintained night visibility without motorists being blinded by oncoming headlights. But we get 8 wasted months of 'workers' leaning on shovels. What do you expect for the highest taxes in the nation?
Friend of Mustangs Family

White Plains, NY

#46 May 5, 2009
It's amazing how all of you can sit behind your screen in anonimmity and write about something you know nothing about. This was a good kid who made a bad decision and unfortunately it cost him his life as well as somebody else's. Don't act as if you have lived your life as a saint and your kid, nephew or neice never got behind the wheel of a car when they were drinking, high, wacked out on some type of drug or thought they were invincible. For all of those heartless bastard's who posted here, which are most of you, next time let it be your kid, brother, friend or somebody you know that was a good person to have a fatal decision come their way. You should all rot in hell.
iseestupidpeople

Union City, NJ

#47 May 6, 2009
These azzholes, sanchez, ohwell, todd a couple of others are missing. Constantly seek out sights where a teen was injured or killed and talk out their azzes constantly. Sitting home collecting welfare or are illegal aliens of this country. They are always the first to comment, ALWAYS, and they use the same lines each story. Ignore and they go away. They will constantly taunt other kids, family members, loved ones & friends, relentlessy. They are truly just pissed off at their mother's for giving birth to them or not aborting them. Oh, by the way did the gambler get run over by a truck on the Jersey Tpke. OOPS!!! Just don't feed into them, it's sex for them because they can't get any.
oh well

Stormville, NY

#48 May 8, 2009
terrible
sammy

Brooklyn, NY

#49 Oct 16, 2009
the kid driving the mustang was the owners son of syosset ford yes these sport cars are dangerous to much power and its easy to floor the throttle rest in peace to the people who perished here

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