February 25, 2018
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Comments for: Princeton woman killed in Sunday afternoon accident in Baring

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  • cdnsnowflake

    My condolences to the family. Always so sad to hear such news, especially this time of year.

  • Anonymous

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. So sad for her grandson to have to witness something like this.
    So many accidents lately.
    Let’s all buckle up and drive careful out there.

  • Vikki McConvey

    so sorry to hear anytime such news, glad the grandson and Steve are ok. God be with the families in these trying times <3 always remember to wear your seatbelts please folks

  • Anonymous

    Condolences and prayers for the family. Glad the child and other driver are OK. I hope each of you can make a full recovery from the emotional impact of this tragedy.

  • Anonymous

    so sad, yet another granchild witnessing such tragedy of a grandparent as there was another article a couple days ago of a grandmother and 11yr old granddaughter in a tragic accident. my heart goes out to all families whom have recently suffered such heartache so close to the holidays.

  • Inmaine10

    Why is that stupid?? People pass vehicles all the time. And I happen to live RIGHT DOWN THE ROAD from this accident, and it is one STRAIGHT shot right through Baring!! So, it wasn’t like she was passing inappropriately!! It’;s NOT stupid, it’s SAD!!

    • PabMainer

      Apparently if she struck an oncoming vehicle “head on” as reported then the passing was inappropriate…..while indeed it is most sad, it in the least sense was most avoidable……tragic happening for all involved…..

    • Anonymous

      Sad, yes. Why is that stupid? If you live RIGHT DOWN THE ROAD from this accident, you should know there are 2–count them- intersections right there. Also she pulled out into the path of another vehicle. So I guess she was passing “inappropriately:”, not to mention illegally. I hope I never meet you passing appropriately as I travel from Woodland to Calais!

  • Anonymous

    This is a horrible thing for a family to go through just before Christmas.

    Just out of curiosity, why is it,after the fire department extinguishes any fire and performs the extrication, the EMTs save lives and ease injuries, they only get credit for “assisting” the police at a scene?

    • Anonymous

      The police always have “control” of the scene. That is their responsibility. EMTs and firefighters often do more than extrication or treating injuries. Those first responders usually remain at the scene (except for EMTS who take the patients off to the hospital, if there are any) and help in whatever ways they can, which is why the term assisting came into use.

  • Anonymous

    Very sad, especially just before Christmas. Please respect the family, and keep the uncalled for comments to yourself. Very sad people seem to need to comment negatively when something so tragic happens.

  • Anonymous

    More than likely road glare. At this point of the road, she would have been traveling in a Southwest direction, and it was partly cloudy yesterday. Add to that wet roads, and I’m sure she was probably facing right towards the sun. Your comment was in very poor taste. No need to respond, as I think those on this comment page already have got a handle on the type of person you are.

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