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Details underscore impact of tragic city police chase

February 4, 2014

The details of the crash in the midst of a city police chase a few weeks ago only underline how split-second decisions can change many lives forever....

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Millwe

Feb-10-14 12:00 AM

"doing it well most of the time" isn't good enough! I am not impressed by the mentality or skills of the local department or the administration.

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Godzilla1

Feb-08-14 4:45 PM

I noticed in the article Officer held on all charges that of couse you cannot comment. So I guess I will ask here who's responsibility is it to assure that police vehicles are properly equipped? Since that officer apparently went for a fire extinguisher that should have been in his vehicle and it was not there, who's fault is that?!? Who says that a vehicle is ready to be put to use?!? I bet they will pin that on some city mechanic, but I'm pretty sure that the final say to put it on the road came from administration! If there had been a fire extinguisher in that car would Mr. Robinson had a chance?? The city is liable for having that car in service without being properly equipped! Now whoever gave the say so for that car being out there that day needs fired! But I doubt that will happen absolutely no accountability!!

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streetmachine

Feb-05-14 9:23 AM

the taking of a life is not a mistake it is ignorance accidents are all preventable

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MrShaman

Feb-04-14 6:03 AM

"There were plenty of mistakes made in this tragedy....continuing with the too-slow release of information regarding the tragedy."

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Never fear. Your dependence ON...and, the widespread-expectations OF...local-"conservatives"' sophomoric-impatience generating (whatever) conspiracies they could manage, were never in-question. As would be expected...the status-quo prevailed, during this tragic-event.

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