DO ANY OF YOU PEOPLE HAVE ANYONE YOU LOST BEFORE.IF SO THEN MAYBE YOU CAN RELATE
TO THE REDMONS AND SHOW SOME KINDNESS TO WHAT YOU WRITE.THEY LOST BOTH PARENTS
IN THE FIRE AN THERE IS SOMEONE OUT THERE THAT SEEN EVERYTHING.THINK OF THE
GRANDKIDS THAT WILL NEVER SEE THEM PLAY SPORTS OR HAVE DINNERS AND FAMILY OUTING
it seems to me that most of you are basically missing the point. this family is
not mentioning law suits. you are! obviously most of you are reading more into
this story than what is "said." they want to know the "real story" for closure.
their parents are deceased. they were killed! hopefully, for the publics
sake none of you fall into the police, investiagtors, lawyer, judge, etc.
category in helping or defending people. you say for this family, to let it
go, get over it, move on with your lives. read my lips "that will never
happen." Why? because there are no answers. sounds like some of you want this
story to go away. sounds to me that you may be covering for someone that MAY
bring closure to this family. didn't you ever think that one person out there
could make a difference for this family? you do not think one person could
make the difference? direct that question to John Walsh of "America's Most
The family should realize that the person who hit the cyclists escaped a lawsuit
by leaving the scene. There is no incentive to come forth now. Thus, the
family should move forward. Finding and prosecuting the person will not bring
closure. The family could probably sue him because juries often side with
victims even when an accident is not really anybody's fault. Sorry, it might
sound heartless, but that's the way I see it.
Re Family United....only God can answer those questions. The person who struck
them can't answer 'why they had to die so tragically.' You said it
correctly that everyone was in a panic...that is why it is called an
accident. My heart goes to the family, but I agree with M.M. and Eric.
Ditto to M M and Eric. All that family is looking for is a lawsuit. And being on
a motorcyle, the victims should have know the smartest thing to do, rather than
both sitting on the cylce in the middle of the road like sitting ducks, was to
pull off to the side of the road and out of harms way.
I have to agree with M.M. There is nothing that can be gained by someone
stepping forward. The driver that struck the motorcycle riders will only make
himself or herself the target of blame and very possibly become the target of
some type of lawsuit. It's evident that this was a pure accident with absence
of malice. Move on. Let this story only serve as a lesson that when you find
yourself driving into a thick fog or smoke, stop while you are still in the
clear or pull clear off to the side of the road if you have proceeded and find
yourself unable to see the road ahead.
All of the details in the world are not going to be enough. This family is
looking at the tragedy of this through loving eyes. It was too hazy to see
anythingthere just are not any answers.
that will make all this go away....and then everyone will be happy...
are you kidding!!! the gory details!!!! the gory details are already known to
the family. this family never saw their parents again!! what this family
wants to know, is what the heck happened. why did their parents have to be
killed so tragically. any human being with any compasssion and decency will
know this. i hope that none of you will ever go through what this family has
gone through. the only way to resolve any questions this family is seeking, is
for the truth and accounting from any and all parties that may have been a
witness. there were hundreds of people on this highway when the fires broke
out. of course, if the State of Utah, had manned this roadway this
accident may not have occured. but, as we all know now, these fires were out of
control and all travelers on this highway were all in a panic. someone than
this older gentleman saw something. be kind to this family for seeking answers.
The family wants to know the gory details?Why? Are they hoping to sue for
compensation?Why didn't the Redmon couple pull over to the side of
the road and wait it out, instead of putting themselves in harms way, on a
vulnerable motorcycle? It's called "personal responsibility"It
seems that they are to blame as well as anyone. Let it be.
It doesn't sound like they're trying to "blame" anybody. The family said
themselves that it was a tragic accident, they just want to know more details
about what happened.
Why didn't they stop traffic? Other states do. Other states close roads. There
is fault all around. What actually killed the couple? The first car or the
other two. This is tragic The blame lies with the failure to close the road.
Sometimes it is just time to move on. The man did the right thing. He went to
the firefighter and told him what had happened. The firefighter should have
been more involved. I am sure the man must have thought, "If they don't care
enough, why should I." It was an accident!!!!!!!! It appears we are looking at
someone to blame so we will feel better.
This happened a year ago. I heard about that huge fire on the news and from
what I understand know one could see anything. Sometimes it's hard to find
answers like this. It's sad that they got killed. If the person didn't see
them, why blame them? The article said they were hit several times, so why go
after just the one person? It wasn't like someone was out to get them. It must
be a nightmare to live through though for the children's sake.