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Three Dead, One Critical, After Golf Cart Struck by SUV

SPRING HILL (PASCO) – Officials say three people have died and another clings to life this Christmas Eve morning, after a horrific two vehicle rollover crash involving a golf cart.

According the Florida Highway Patrol, 32-year-old Victor Valdez Jr. was traveling southbound on Monteverde Street in his 1999 Jeep Cherokee when he collided with the rear of a golf cart, north of Saguaro Lane. The impact caused the golf cart to overturn, killing three passengers and critically injuring the driver. The SUV also overturned but Valdez was not injured in the crash.

Jennifer Boudreau, 36, Leah Marie Kurasz, 28, and Robert Fredrikson, 48, all died at the scene. The golf cart driver, Scott Blair Wilson, 23, of New Port Richey was transported to Bayonet Point Hospital.

The cause of the crash is still under investigation and charges are pending.

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  • Mr. Lemons, have you gotten an update yet on this story or the condition of Scott? It has been almost 2 months and we still have not heard if they have or are going to arrest the driver of the jeep.

    Monday, 20 February 2017, 5:57 pm
  • Mr. Tom Lemons, I would like to know if there has been any updates on this story. Has law enforcement made any arrests? What is the status on Scott? Robert Frederiksen was my brother-in-law, my husband and I do not live in Florida so we are not able to go to the state patrol office for details or information. We have not heard anything about Scott; if he made it through or if he passed away, his condition, or anything. After viewing some of the videos from news reports, we can see that Scott was driving south bound in the north bound lane (going by pedestrian laws) he had his headlights on so on coming traffic could see them. The skid marks do not appear to start until after the point of impact which leads us to believe that he was either going to fast to react upon seeing the golf cart or he may have been passed out at the wheel. A witness stated that the Jeep passed her (prior to the wreck) driving erratically and with no headlights on. If Scott was in fact driving on the north bound side of the road then that would mean the driver of the jeep was traveling in the wrong lane to begin with. On Christmas day we had one person fighting for his life (no matter who’s fault initially it was), and three families morning the loss of their loved ones and we have one person that walked away from the wreck with NO injuring and was home celebrating Christmas with his family. The driver of the jeep had a criminal record 10 miles long, spent time in prison and still committed more crimes after prison. These crimes ranged from domestic violence to obstructing a LEO, and from Drug use and sale to DUI, from battery to grand theft and breaking and entering. As for the drug charges, he had several of them and a witness already said that he was high as a kite during the accident. There has been no updates given in any news report about this wreck and it would greatly appreciated if we could get an update.

    Thursday, 5 January 2017, 11:16 pm
      • Tom, what ever happened with the 3 strikes your out law. This guy is a menace to society. Although our current Prez views drug abusers as victimless crimes I hope our new Prez will lay down the law. Obviously, this situation was not a victimless crime.

        Friday, 6 January 2017, 3:07 pm
      • Thank You Mr. Lemons.

        Saturday, 7 January 2017, 8:38 am
  • Both were in the wrong in this situation. I realize that family members are grief stricken and emotional. But, it is illegal for a gold cart to be on the street, it is illegal to drink and drive which both parties are guilty of, it’s illegal to drive without headlights but it is also illegal to drive with out tail lights and I doubt that the gold cart had those…it’s a sad thing but no one and everyone is at fault here.

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 12:56 pm
    • why are people so ignorant of the laws. golf carts are not illegal to be on a road just because you think they are..

      .. with the internet either people cant read or are willingly ignorant. its the my cousins brothers sisters uncles neighbors friends aunt is an attorney so that qualifies me to be an expert logic.

      also you can make a golf cart entirely street legal and bring it for an inspection to be issued registration and a plate. not saying that was the case here but nothing justifies someone speeding down a road in the dark with no lights on and killing multiple people. Its no ones place to say you feel they deserved it bc they were in a golf cart. That logic and rationalization lacks any critical thinking. oh and here for the people that can read heres the law on golf carts on the road so you might actually be legitimately more knowledgeable for once..

      Chapter 316
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      316.212 Operation of golf carts on certain roadways.—The operation of a golf cart upon the public roads or streets of this state is prohibited except as provided herein:
      (1) A golf cart may be operated only upon a county road that has been designated by a county, a municipal street that has been designated by a municipality, or a two-lane county road located within the jurisdiction of a municipality designated by that municipality, for use by golf carts. Prior to making such a designation, the responsible local governmental entity must first determine that golf carts may safely travel on or cross the public road or street, considering factors including the speed, volume, and character of motor vehicle traffic using the road or street. Upon a determination that golf carts may be safely operated on a designated road or street, the responsible governmental entity shall post appropriate signs to indicate that such operation is allowed.
      (2) A golf cart may be operated on a part of the State Highway System only under the following conditions:
      (a) To cross a portion of the State Highway System which intersects a county road or municipal street that has been designated for use by golf carts if the Department of Transportation has reviewed and approved the location and design of the crossing and any traffic control devices needed for safety purposes.
      (b) To cross, at midblock, a part of the State Highway System where a golf course is constructed on both sides of the highway if the Department of Transportation has reviewed and approved the location and design of the crossing and any traffic control devices needed for safety purposes.
      (c) A golf cart may be operated on a state road that has been designated for transfer to a local government unit pursuant to s. 335.0415 if the Department of Transportation determines that the operation of a golf cart within the right-of-way of the road will not impede the safe and efficient flow of motor vehicular traffic. The department may authorize the operation of golf carts on such a road if:
      1. The road is the only available public road along which golf carts may travel or cross or the road provides the safest travel route among alternative routes available; and
      2. The speed, volume, and character of motor vehicular traffic using the road is considered in making such a determination.
      Upon its determination that golf carts may be operated on a given road, the department shall post appropriate signs on the road to indicate that such operation is allowed.
      (3) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, a golf cart may be operated for the purpose of crossing a street or highway where a single mobile home park is located on both sides of the street or highway and is divided by that street or highway, provided that the governmental entity having original jurisdiction over such street or highway shall review and approve the location of the crossing and require implementation of any traffic controls needed for safety purposes. This subsection shall apply only to residents or guests of the mobile home park. If notice is posted at the entrance and exit of any mobile home park where residents of the park operate golf carts or electric vehicles within the confines of the park, it is not necessary for the park to have a gate or other device at the entrance and exit in order for such golf carts or electric vehicles to be lawfully operated in the park.
      (4) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, if authorized by the Division of Recreation and Parks of the Department of Environmental Protection, a golf cart may be operated on a road that is part of the State Park Road System if the posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less.
      (5) A golf cart may be operated only during the hours between sunrise and sunset, unless the responsible governmental entity has determined that a golf cart may be operated during the hours between sunset and sunrise and the golf cart is equipped with headlights, brake lights, turn signals, and a windshield.
      (6) A golf cart must be equipped with efficient brakes, reliable steering apparatus, safe tires, a rearview mirror, and red reflectorized warning devices in both the front and rear.
      (7) A golf cart may not be operated on public roads or streets by any person under the age of 14.
      (8) A local governmental entity may enact an ordinance relating to:
      (a) Golf cart operation and equipment which is more restrictive than those enumerated in this section. Upon enactment of such ordinance, the local governmental entity shall post appropriate signs or otherwise inform the residents that such an ordinance exists and that it will be enforced within the local government’s jurisdictional territory. An ordinance referred to in this section must apply only to an unlicensed driver.
      (b) Golf cart operation on sidewalks adjacent to specific segments of municipal streets, county roads, or state highways within the jurisdictional territory of the local governmental entity if:
      1. The local governmental entity determines, after considering the condition and current use of the sidewalks, the character of the surrounding community, and the locations of authorized golf cart crossings, that golf carts, bicycles, and pedestrians may safely share the sidewalk;
      2. The local governmental entity consults with the Department of Transportation before adopting the ordinance;
      3. The ordinance restricts golf carts to a maximum speed of 15 miles per hour and permits such use on sidewalks adjacent to state highways only if the sidewalks are at least 8 feet wide;
      4. The ordinance requires the golf carts to meet the equipment requirements in subsection (6). However, the ordinance may require additional equipment, including horns or other warning devices required by s. 316.271; and
      5. The local governmental entity posts appropriate signs or otherwise informs residents that the ordinance exists and applies to such sidewalks.
      (9) A violation of this section is a noncriminal traffic infraction, punishable pursuant to chapter 318 as a moving violation for infractions of subsections (1)-(5) or a local ordinance corresponding thereto and enacted pursuant to subsection (8), or punishable pursuant to chapter 318 as a nonmoving violation for infractions of subsection (6), subsection (7), or a local ordinance corresponding thereto and enacted pursuant to subsection (8).

      Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 7:19 pm
  • Did Jennifer have or go by another last name

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 12:46 pm
  • Did Jennifer go by a different last name

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 12:43 pm

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 12:22 pm
  • Also remember one thing … being cruel heartless and mean on here does not make you look like a better person. It just shows you are cold, stupid and ignorant to those who are suffering due to this tragedy.
    I can only hope you never have to go through anything like this.

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 10:33 am
  • My prayers go out to all the families who are suffering due to this horrific tragedy. Yes there are so many ways that this could have been avoided but does that really matter now. Please let the families grieve in peace. All of this trash talk is crazy. Shame on all of you who have said such harsh cruel things. I do not know any of them but that does not mean I have to put my 2 cents in about how i think it happened or why.

    It does not matter if you are raised on the streets or in the hillz as that fool Jamie put it but none the less we are all humans and make mistakes. Unfortunately this one has taken lives

    Again my deepest sincerest heartfelt sympathies to all the families and friends who have lost a loved one during this tragedy. Rest in Peace

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 10:02 am
  • I just want to send my thoughts, love and prayers out to all the families of all the victims involved. Rob was a very special part of my life since we were teenagers, we were married in our twenties. Even though we divorced and life took us in different directions, we remained a part of each other. Regardless of who had lights on and what actually took place that morning, there are many families grieving right now and Christmas Eve has forever been changed in our lives. I have to believe that Rob is still with me as the others are still with their families, every day, in our hearts, in our dreams and in our lives. Rest In Peace, my love, my friend.

    Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 4:22 am
  • So Very Sorry For Such A Tragedy Especially at this Time of Year..
    Prayers For All of The Families That have Lost Their Loved Ones
    May They All RIP ….

    Monday, 26 December 2016, 3:52 pm
  • Jamie Leverock, did I just heard deuling banjos? Most of the negativity is isolated to your post. The others ask questions for better understanding. While others, including myself, offered suggestions on ways to ensure safety. I don’t apologize for my posts. I simply offer an observation.

    Monday, 26 December 2016, 12:20 pm
  • Some on this post who arent from the hillz need to back off!! Who are you to judge?? Only our God cam do that!! #1 we drive all kinds of thing’s off road in to that bar!! You dont understand our country life… So keep ur rude shit too your self!! I’ve lived off this roads 20+ years we don’t have these accidents all the time!! This is wrong on many levels you coming out your mouth side ways maybe you should be mute!! Learn to keep tjem nasty mouths or finger to yourself!! Smmfh… My parent’s no these family’s in i no sone in this accident words cant express my sympathy!! It’s hard enough going threw loss of a love one in to see people being so igenerant really is wring learn to pray for people instead of judging!! U ever heard God dont like ugly think before u speak……….. My condolences to the families. My prayers are with you all enough said ignorance is stupidty!! 1000…. Waking up seeing this makes me pissed!!??????????????? God gained amazing angels!!!

    Monday, 26 December 2016, 8:29 am
    • Hello Jamie. You know, Robert was my ex husband

      Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 7:24 pm
  • It was a very sad and AVOIDABLE tragedy. Everyone is bashing the suv driver , granted he should have had headlights on , but why were these folks riding around at 2:30 AM in an unlighted golf cart??? Seems as tragic and senseless as this is , everyone was at fault..

    Sunday, 25 December 2016, 10:29 pm
    • Two of you have mentioned no lights on golf cart. WHAT ARTICLE ARE YOU READING?? NOWHERE DOES IT SAY GOLF CART HAD NO LIGHTS!! I’ve read Tom’s post 5 times, yes 5 times. Families of victims said suv driver was without lights. I suspect they were told this by leo or maybe the lone survivor.

      Monday, 26 December 2016, 8:09 am
  • For Scott Blair Wilson’s family : prayers are sent out for Scott & you also. Please don’t think you’re fotgotten or overshadowed by comments made. Some people have no sense or class.

    Sunday, 25 December 2016, 9:13 pm
  • So sorry, Prayers and positive thoughts to the families. ..

    Sunday, 25 December 2016, 5:08 pm

    Sunday, 25 December 2016, 11:38 am
    • So sorry

      Sunday, 25 December 2016, 5:09 pm
  • Our thoughts and sympathies are with all the families. So sad to hear about fatalities anytime but especially at this time of year. Holidays will never be the same and lives are forever changed. We can say “what if” & “if only” all we want but it doesn’t change anything and won’t bring anyone back. R.I.P. and be kind to each other. Hug your loved ones while you have them. Merry Christmas (for some). 🙁

    Sunday, 25 December 2016, 12:04 am
  • who cares if it was a golf cart or standing there? it could of been some one on a bicycle. people are dead bc some one plowed into the back of them. whatever vehicle they were in would of been subject to the event and yes you can make a golf cart street legal fyi. turn signal, horn, dot approved tires etc. you can apply for a custom vehicle registration also, theres a few different kinds of ways to make them road worthy. they were rear ended hard enough to kill them and people are so focused on the type of vehicle. ive seen people stand in the road and talk, while i think its a bad idea I wouldnt think they deserved death bc they were not in standard vehicle. they might of been foolish but it wasnt head on it was a rear end serious collision. people need to pay attention. one time i had a little kid run out in front of me and had seconds to react. people are way too preoccupied driving with other things aside from driving.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 8:15 pm
    • Those on the golf cart made a choice. Their choice ended in death. The golf cart should have seen the jeep coming up behind them so they should have taken a defensive action since they did not have lights. Simply move over or even move off the road. Take ownership of your own safety.!

      Sunday, 25 December 2016, 6:14 am
      • I cant believe youre advocating its acceptable to just blindly drive down a road running into anything doing any damage regardless of logic. I drive in my neighborhood and kids on bicycles ride in the road all the time. I dont think it would ok to just plow them all down bc Im in a vehicle and its a road. Please dont breed. You have the sense of and rationalization skills of some one who has severe brain damage.

        Sunday, 25 December 2016, 9:59 pm
        • Food for thought, you are mistaken. I did not condone the jeeps actions. The point I’m making is those on the golf cart should have taken safety into their own hands. A golf cart is not designed to absorb an impact from an automobile. At this point it does not matter who is at fault. Death is forever.
          So I will leave you with a thought, what did those on the golf cart achieve by not driving defensively?

          Monday, 26 December 2016, 6:53 am

            Monday, 26 December 2016, 12:06 pm
          • It does not matter if they had less of a vehicle. it does not validate the situation and from what i understand the driver seemed to be impaired and was speeding and was not using any lights in pure darkness. As a driver I know I share the road with others and do not assume I am the only one on the road at all times.
            There can be anything on the road from a road hazard that could cause a crash to an animal or a person ie a small child running out to get a ball which Im sure a small child is not designed to absorb impacts from a large automobile either which I wouldnt fault for not living defensively. One of our cars is a big 4×4 suv which Im sure if I smashed it into a sedan would easily kill the occupants so I wouldnt fault some one stopped in the road in any form of transportation or even on foot.
            Ill give you a nice example. About a dozen years ago I was driving during the back to back hurricanes we had and there was a huge tree down in the road coming up and over a blind spot and I was paying attention and was able to go around it yet multiple other cars did strike it bc they were too busy subscribing to your logic.
            Another is twice Ive had people laying on the highway at night playing chicken or maybe suicidal. I was driving in excess of 55mph yet had the ability to avoid at night time hitting them bc I was focused and not thinking well its a free for all just hit the gas and go tough luck for any one in my way.

            Monday, 26 December 2016, 10:50 pm
      • Finally, someone with common sense thinking.

        Monday, 26 December 2016, 2:31 am
      • Agreed

        Monday, 26 December 2016, 2:33 am
      • Wow ur a idiot.

        Monday, 26 December 2016, 8:30 am
      • They would have taken action and gotten off the road like they’ve done many of times but the Jeep that rear-ended them did not have his lights on so they did not see his headlights coming up behind them so it doesn’t matter that they were in a golf cart with no headlights even if the golf cart had lights the driver of the Jeep did not have his on so he still would have never seen them and still would have rear-ended them if anybody should take ownership of their safety it should be the fucking driver of the Jeep because that could have easily been somebody on a bike or somebody walking etc. The victims that died we’re friends of a family member of mine and one of them had small children so remember that when you don’t know what the hell really happened and for the victims families I am so sorry for your loss may God be with you at this time of need and remember one day you’ll be reunited with the ones you’ve lost

        Monday, 26 December 2016, 10:30 am

          Monday, 26 December 2016, 3:13 pm
          • Everyone keeps talking about the impaired driver but what about the drunk people driving the golf cart.No difference.EverNone of these people should have been driving on the road,period

            Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 3:37 pm
        • Holly, you prove my point precisely. ” if anybody should take ownership of their safety it should be the driver of the Jeep ” ok the jeep drivers safety was never in questioned. He was involved in a collision. He walks away. Those on the golf cart, not so lucky. Remember I’ve not questioned who is at fault because it will not bring the dead back. I made an observation that if you choose to take a golf cart on the road be very alert. Your life depends on it. I hope the jeep owner had more than just PIP and the injured had health insurance, $10000 in liability insurance will not go to far in situations like this.

          Monday, 26 December 2016, 5:27 pm
          • so if some one is driving a smaller vehicle how can they be alert to some one speeding with no lights driving recklessly ? I dont know if you understand action is faster than reaction. They could of been sitting there on a turbo charged hayabusa and still would of been killed.

            Monday, 26 December 2016, 10:54 pm
      • Inclusive, just for your knowledge,the area on the road that this happened at was over a hill and when you are going Southbound on that hill you cannot see what or who is in front of you until you top the hill. I use to deliver the St. Pete times in that entire neighborhood and I will tell you that road is dangerous. They have needed street lights on that road for years now. People are always speeding (60 MPH and more) down that road. I have seen people doing drug deals on that road, kids walking down that road (at night), horses being road down that road and even bikes and ATV’s being ridden down that road at both day and night. I do not care if Robert, Jenni, and their friends were in a semi truck, they DID NOT DESERVE TO DIE LIKE THIS, They were hit in the rear (my brother-in-law was riding in the back of the golf cart), that Jeep ended up with the front tire in the bed on the back of the golf cart then both vehicles flipped. My husband and I repaired and custom built golf cart for years and I will tell you that for a 4000 pound Jeep to flip after hitting a “GOLF CART” then he was flying way beyond the speed limit. And the vehicle that the four victims were in is a NEV, it is a neighborhood electric vehicle. YES, GOLF CARTS ARE MADE TO BE STREET LEGAL HOWEVER, in Florida you can drive a NEV on the street as long as the marked speed limit is 35 or less. You can cross a street with a higher speed limit but you cannot drive on it, and guess what nay-sayers, the speed limited on the road where they were killed is 20. Now before you come on here and start putting down the victims and their families or defending the man who killed 3 and left one with 2 broken arms, 2 broken legs, collapsed lungs, head injury, in a coma and on life support, KNOW YOUR FACTS AND THE REAL SITUATION. Meanwhile, the driver of the Jeep has a criminal record 10 miles long and was at home celebrating Christmas with his family while the families of the other three were morning the loss of their family member.

        Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 9:10 am
        • Hideholow, thank you for shedding light on the neighborhood we are dealing with and based on your description of the area I would again state those on a golf cart should use care. Drug deals, horses, and no street lights coming from a bar via golf carts and vehicles without lights what did you think would eventually happen? Tragedy!
          I do know that any homeowner that wants a street light installed only needs to call the power company. The power company will charge you a very small (under $20) monthy fee. If and when the county puts street lights up you can choose to turn yours off or leave it on.
          The bottom line, in this situation, is people are dead due to choices they made. People are hurt because of the choices they made. Families are saddened byou the results of these choices. And based on the neighborhood described by you, I’m surprised more tragic things haven’t happened.

          Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 2:23 pm
        • If a vehicle was speeding as fast as everyone says and at 2:30 in the morning I kniw I could hear something coming

          Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 3:42 pm
  • The photos on scene are taken at night, so it must have been dark and not a daylight accident!

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 6:09 pm
    • It says “this Christmas Eve morning…”, it’s still dark in the mornings.

      Sunday, 25 December 2016, 12:34 am
    • yeah, have you ever stepped out of your house at 3:30 AM and had it been daylight out?

      Tuesday, 14 February 2017, 11:45 am
  • OKAY, people who are making light of this need to consider the families who will remember loss of their loved ones EVERY CHRISTMAS EVE MORNING.
    Granted golf carts are illegal on road so are atvs & certain scooters-HOW MANY OF YOU ALLOW YOUR KIDS TO RIDE THEM ON THE ROAD???? WOULD YOU BE SO CAVALIER ABOUT THIS IF IT WERE YOUR KID OR RELATIVE????
    Now, how about the jeep driver? What was HIS PROBLEM THAT HE COULDN’T SEE A GOLF CART IN FRONT OF HIM???
    The “lost” can’t defend themselves so easy targets, huh.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 6:03 pm
  • Unreal. Sorry for the families, but this is what cabs, Uber and Lyft are for. If they could afford to drink, a ride home would have been priceless.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 3:08 pm
  • Sorry for the loss for the families. Tragic no matter what caused the accident.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 3:01 pm
  • Merry Christmas

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 1:52 pm
  • My brother in law was killed in the crash

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 11:45 am
    • So sorry…

      Sunday, 25 December 2016, 11:41 am
  • ELS, Thank You for your kind words. Robert is my brother-in-law and he will be missed. My prayers go out to the rest of our family and the families of the other deceased.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 11:39 am
    • Sorry for your loss Jennifer was my cousin

      Saturday, 24 December 2016, 11:50 pm
      • Amanda, my prayers go out to you & your family for loss of your cousin. Please let Jennifer’s family know my prayers are for them also. Heartfelt sorrow for all joined by this tragedy.

        Sunday, 25 December 2016, 5:26 pm
  • im surprised it wasnt UPS , they should not be allowed on these streets

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 10:43 am

      Saturday, 24 December 2016, 12:07 pm
      • It’s illegal to be high and driving around at 230am with a hero with no head light on that what happen my family died because of that

        Saturday, 24 December 2016, 11:52 pm
    • Don’t u mean fed ex

      Saturday, 24 December 2016, 12:39 pm
  • To families of victims: my heartfelt sorrow for your loss. Prayers for your wellbeing & for God to guide you through this terrible time. Many young lives cut short, another damaged, & 1 with uncertain future.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 9:46 am
  • So sorry to hear about this.

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 9:21 am
  • They were all at capones drinking. I was enjoying a nice coffee af Dunkin when they pulled up to capones at 8, laughed and joked with them as they pulled up to a bar in a golf cart. Rip

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 8:35 am

      Saturday, 24 December 2016, 12:08 pm
      • My cousin died at 230Am because of the driver drinking high and with no head light on the jeep

        Saturday, 24 December 2016, 11:55 pm
        • He was not drinking and he was not high he went to McDonald’s for his wife . the driver and passenger’s were drunk and driving down the road with no lights

          Tuesday, 20 June 2017, 4:26 pm
  • Why was a golf cart on the road?

    Saturday, 24 December 2016, 8:31 am
    • Question should be why was the driver of the jeep high and driving with no head light at 239 am and kill my cousin and her friends

      Saturday, 24 December 2016, 11:56 pm
      • I am Robert’s ex wife. And I agree with you, good question. I loved my ex husband, and this is horrible.

        Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 7:18 pm
    • that is what I don’t understand, I driven on the road behind golf carts.motorized wheelchairs,dirt bikes, 4 wheel ATVs..All in the last month. What is street leagal?

      Sunday, 25 December 2016, 7:02 am

        Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 11:48 am
    • Who cares why it was the point is 3 people are dead and Robert was my best friend it’s horrible when something tragic happens and people just pick apart a situation they have no clue about.

      Thursday, 29 December 2016, 5:32 am

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