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Greyhound Tragedy in California


SirJokaPlaya

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Just goes to show...every schedule you pull out could be your last.

 

Hopefully GLI will do something(even as trival as naming a bus after him) to honor this driver who gave his life to try and save the passengers. 32 safe years (roughly 2-3 million safe miles) deserves to be remembered.

 

My heart goes out to all that lost somebody in this tragic accident.

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So very sad.

 

Whats even more sad MVC bought some small stupid ish up "State Department of Motor Vehicles records show Jewett received a ticket in 2008 for failing to register a vehicle"

 

What in the hell does that have to do with the crash....

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So very sad.

 

Whats even more sad MVC bought some small stupid ish up "State Department of Motor Vehicles records show Jewett received a ticket in 2008 for failing to register a vehicle"

 

What in the hell does that have to do with the crash....

 

Nothing.

 

Just the usual bash the driver comment. As far as I'm concerned the guy died a hero,trying to save his passengers.

 

Weirdly enough I saw that bus at the D.C. terminal 2 months ago. 30600 and 30601 are the only two D4500s that Greyhound USA has. They came with the purchase of TNM&O. (To the uninitiated that's Texas New Mexico and Oklahoma Coach Lines)

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I didn't think it was a bash. I think the media was showing how good of a record he had, showing that he only had one blemish in his record - showing that he's that good yet he's still human IMO. Still, what a tragedy.

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