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Comments for: Madawaska man in critical condition after possible fall from pickup truck

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  • Anonymous

    This article is completely wrong — Completely. The police didn’t find him in the road, when the officer arrived the ambulance was leaving with the man in the back. The police did NOTHING but question the people who were present and measure and assess the roadway -The man’s age is even wrong, and the reason for the 911 call is COMPLETELY incorrect. It make’s no sense that the call came in because he fell out of the back of a pick-up truck, the call came in because he was unresponsive. I’ve never been so livid with a news article. It has me questioning the validity of everything I read here. 

    • Anonymous

      NikkiElise, I think you should call the police rather than complain about the article.  The article states they are still investigating and want information from anyone who knows what happened.

      • Anonymous

        I was there, for hours, with the police. It’s not a matter of what’s been reported to them because that was properly explained , its a matter of what they are reporting to the media. Hence my irritation.

        • Anonymous

          Or, it’s a matter of what the media misreported besides what was reported to the media. Information going from on hand to another tends to get distorted. People involved are only human.

  • Anonymous

    Grammar Police Here:    Just to mention, BDN:   “…state police found him laying on Dennis Street…”  
    He must be an amazing man – sounds as if he was laying eggs.  The correct usage is “lying in the road”.     He was lying down.    To the dog:  “Go lie down!”   BUT!! Here’s the tricky English part – Yesterday I lay down for a 20 minute nap.   Lay and lie are very often confused.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, does any one care how this kid is and what happened to him. I for one do.

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