I do like how you ignored my previous post as if it weren't there, since it is the only post that counters yours with a similar if not identical level of grammar and spelling. Making fun of San24's use of the term "hydropooled" is even less "prudent" (as you referred to the driver's speed at the time of the accident), as we can all guess that he/she was referring to "hydroplaning." You also should have guessed, Death Race, that the driver had passed away from San24's post as well, even if we pretend that you hadn't read mine. If you were unable to determine that simple fact, then you shouldn't have the audacity to poke fun at the posts of others and the situation as a whole. I may be the only sympathetic writer here with the patience to calmly address you, Slappy Sanchez, Brookhaven John, and any other individual who has the gall to treat death lightly. It would be unscrupulous to wish the same fate upon one of your loved ones, so I will refrain from doing so, but I ask that you think again before typing words of sarcasm and making childish jabs at people who retain a greater knowledge and higher authority to speak about the situation than you will ever have.
I apologize for not responding and allow me to do so now although I thought my previous post covered the bases with regard to your post. There were no follow-up articles about anyone’s condition so we really don’t know if anyone died.DR, while your assumption of the situation is plausible, it does not substantiate what actually happened. There is no evidence that he was speeding. Calling the driver a moron is a telling display of your character, or rather, lack thereof. SS is not even worth addressing due to his grossly conceived sarcastic comment. The driver is now deceased. If that does not make you take a step back and reconsider what you said, then maybe you should have been the one hitting the utility pole.
The evidence that he was speeding or otherwise traveling excessively fast is clear in the fact that the car flipped. This was a single car crash which had no external forces working on it’s mass to cause it to flip. Perhaps he wasn’t traveling above the posted speed, but he must have been going too fast for road conditions at that time. Cars are designed to withstand a fair amount of physical force above what would be experienced during normal driving conditions. This car underwent something extreme and science doesn’t lie. We do know this happened at night when it’s dark. That’s a clue to slow down. If the car did hydroplane first it must have been raining which is another good reason to slow down. Maybe he was tired in which case he should have pulled off the road to rest. There is no excuse for flipping a car in a single car crash, not one.
This is no laughing matter as these are the same people we share the roads with. It bothers me to great extent when I hear of innocent people being hurt/killed by drivers who made “mistakes” that could have been avoided. I make damn sure I adjust accordingly to driving condition not so much for my benefit, but for the benefit of my family, friends and yes, you and yours. If I were to hurt/kill an innocent person in a crash I would deserve being ridiculed and belittled. If I were to crash all alone due to my own carelessness and die, I would expect nothing less than to be called a moron.
If you really think that my observing these things all the time, getting pi55ed off and ridiculing the drivers who endanger us all warrants me hitting a tree then so be it. Just pray that you or someone you know and love is not in the way.