Update: Two dead following crash near Hereford

Two dead following crash near Hereford

Two dead following crash near Hereford

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Two men have been killed following a collision near Hereford last night.

The 21 year-old driver of a Citroen Saxo and his 19 year-old passenger were killed after the car was in collision with a Mercedes on the A438 at Bridge Sollars just before 10pm.

Two ambulance crews, fire crews from Hereford, plus a BASICS emergency doctor, paramedic in a rapid response vehicle and a senior paramedic officer attended.

A Welsh Ambulance Service crew that was passing also stopped to help.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: “Sadly one of the men was confirmed dead at the scene," said a West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson.

"Resuscitation attempts were carried out on the other man and he was taken to Hereford County Hospital where he was confirmed dead."

A couple in the Mercedes were both injured.

The man, 70, was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham with pelvic and chest injuries.

The 60 year-old woman who was with him, meanwhile, had pain in her right side. She was placed on a spinal board as a precaution and taken to Hereford County Hospital.

Police say they are appealing for witnesses.

They believe one of the cars involved was in company with a Suzuki motorcycle.

Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting reference 721-S-080714

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1:21pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Dave The Dumbest says...

With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..
With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me.. Dave The Dumbest
  • Score: -25

1:30pm Wed 9 Jul 14

dplcv37 says...

Dave The Dumbest wrote:
With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..
You really are the dumbest.
Have a bit of respect
[quote][p][bold]Dave The Dumbest[/bold] wrote: With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..[/p][/quote]You really are the dumbest. Have a bit of respect dplcv37
  • Score: 38

2:26pm Wed 9 Jul 14

B the B says...

Whatever happened its tragic. Two young lives lost and two seriously injured, I feel for the parents and families.
Whatever happened its tragic. Two young lives lost and two seriously injured, I feel for the parents and families. B the B
  • Score: 26

9:52pm Wed 9 Jul 14

William Rudd says...

The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads. William Rudd
  • Score: 8

10:57pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Panda1773 says...

Knew them both well from they're school days....not that long ago. A few years ago one of them lost his brother in a tragic river accident. So very very sad.
Knew them both well from they're school days....not that long ago. A few years ago one of them lost his brother in a tragic river accident. So very very sad. Panda1773
  • Score: 12

12:28pm Thu 10 Jul 14

William Rudd says...

Panda1773 wrote:
Knew them both well from they're school days....not that long ago. A few years ago one of them lost his brother in a tragic river accident. So very very sad.
Kyle lost his brother Stuart nearly four years ago.
[quote][p][bold]Panda1773[/bold] wrote: Knew them both well from they're school days....not that long ago. A few years ago one of them lost his brother in a tragic river accident. So very very sad.[/p][/quote]Kyle lost his brother Stuart nearly four years ago. William Rudd
  • Score: 3

3:31pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Whats-wrong-with-the-World? says...

William Rudd wrote:
The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene?

In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
[quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends. Whats-wrong-with-the-World?
  • Score: 10

7:52am Fri 11 Jul 14

William Rudd says...

Whats-wrong-with-the
-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote:
The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene?

In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police.
How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.
[quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police. How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me. William Rudd
  • Score: 3

9:04am Fri 11 Jul 14

Fate fell short this time says...

Whats-wrong-with-the
-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
[quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details. Fate fell short this time
  • Score: 3

9:25am Fri 11 Jul 14

Whats-wrong-with-the-World? says...

William Rudd wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the

-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote:
The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene?

In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police.
How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.
My apologies. I meant no offence. The statement from the police/HT was misleading, which is not great if seeking witnesses. My heart goes out to the family.
[quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police. How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.[/p][/quote]My apologies. I meant no offence. The statement from the police/HT was misleading, which is not great if seeking witnesses. My heart goes out to the family. Whats-wrong-with-the-World?
  • Score: 8

10:49am Fri 11 Jul 14

Fate fell short this time says...

Whats-wrong-with-the
-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the -World? wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police. How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.
My apologies. I meant no offence. The statement from the police/HT was misleading, which is not great if seeking witnesses. My heart goes out to the family.
The press are never overly sensitive or informative in situations like this. They often come across very misleading. It's only how the article has been written that someone may have interpreted that way - no need to apologise. And as you say - all of our hearts go out to the families.
[quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police. How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.[/p][/quote]My apologies. I meant no offence. The statement from the police/HT was misleading, which is not great if seeking witnesses. My heart goes out to the family.[/p][/quote]The press are never overly sensitive or informative in situations like this. They often come across very misleading. It's only how the article has been written that someone may have interpreted that way - no need to apologise. And as you say - all of our hearts go out to the families. Fate fell short this time
  • Score: 6

3:58pm Fri 11 Jul 14

Mulls09@hotmail.com says...

Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the

-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
[quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop. Mulls09@hotmail.com
  • Score: -7

5:01pm Fri 11 Jul 14

dplcv37 says...

Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the


-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
Turning into chinese whispers.....
It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that
[quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.[/p][/quote]Turning into chinese whispers..... It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that dplcv37
  • Score: 12

12:48am Sat 12 Jul 14

Mulls09@hotmail.com says...

dplcv37 wrote:
Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the



-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
Turning into chinese whispers.....
It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that
I did not say he didn't stop all I'm saying is if ur in that situation u would stop fact....
[quote][p][bold]dplcv37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.[/p][/quote]Turning into chinese whispers..... It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that[/p][/quote]I did not say he didn't stop all I'm saying is if ur in that situation u would stop fact.... Mulls09@hotmail.com
  • Score: -2

2:30pm Sat 12 Jul 14

dplcv37 says...

Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
dplcv37 wrote:
Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the




-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
Turning into chinese whispers.....
It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that
I did not say he didn't stop all I'm saying is if ur in that situation u would stop fact....
your comment implied the motorcyclist didnt stop, otherwise you wouldnt be disagreeing with the previous comment
[quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dplcv37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.[/p][/quote]Turning into chinese whispers..... It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that[/p][/quote]I did not say he didn't stop all I'm saying is if ur in that situation u would stop fact....[/p][/quote]your comment implied the motorcyclist didnt stop, otherwise you wouldnt be disagreeing with the previous comment dplcv37
  • Score: 4

3:17pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Mulls09@hotmail.com says...

dplcv37 wrote:
Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
dplcv37 wrote:
Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the





-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
Turning into chinese whispers.....
It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that
I did not say he didn't stop all I'm saying is if ur in that situation u would stop fact....
your comment implied the motorcyclist didnt stop, otherwise you wouldnt be disagreeing with the previous comment
Look the 19year old boy who died was my brother in law so don't make comments that u know nothing about.... Please respect our family and leave it but the comments that have been are not far from the truth
[quote][p][bold]dplcv37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dplcv37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.[/p][/quote]Turning into chinese whispers..... It doesnt say anywhere that the motorcyclist didnt stop. It was WilliamRudds comment that said that[/p][/quote]I did not say he didn't stop all I'm saying is if ur in that situation u would stop fact....[/p][/quote]your comment implied the motorcyclist didnt stop, otherwise you wouldnt be disagreeing with the previous comment[/p][/quote]Look the 19year old boy who died was my brother in law so don't make comments that u know nothing about.... Please respect our family and leave it but the comments that have been are not far from the truth Mulls09@hotmail.com
  • Score: -4

10:12pm Sat 12 Jul 14

William Rudd says...

To put the record straight Kyles father turned around and did all he could.
Hereford Times have also put another statement out regarding the accident.The fact is the police obviously know who the motorcyclist was.
To put the record straight Kyles father turned around and did all he could. Hereford Times have also put another statement out regarding the accident.The fact is the police obviously know who the motorcyclist was. William Rudd
  • Score: 8

4:41pm Sun 13 Jul 14

Fate fell short this time says...

Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the


-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
I can tell you now, you are wrong. From first hand experience, the first thing you do when a member of family is in a car accident is get to the hospital with them as soon as possible. Not to fanny around relaying horrific details to the police. The police come after. Family comes first.
[quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.[/p][/quote]I can tell you now, you are wrong. From first hand experience, the first thing you do when a member of family is in a car accident is get to the hospital with them as soon as possible. Not to fanny around relaying horrific details to the police. The police come after. Family comes first. Fate fell short this time
  • Score: 3

7:55am Mon 14 Jul 14

Starlight14 says...

Really!! Why can you not have any respect! His dad did not and I repeat did not leave his sons side! Hereford times have got this wrong! Fishing for information! Sleep tight Kyle and jack ****
Really!! Why can you not have any respect! His dad did not and I repeat did not leave his sons side! Hereford times have got this wrong! Fishing for information! Sleep tight Kyle and jack **** Starlight14
  • Score: 5

7:59am Mon 14 Jul 14

Starlight14 says...

Fate fell short this time wrote:
Mulls09@hotmail.com wrote:
Fate fell short this time wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the



-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.
I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.
I can tell you now, you are wrong. From first hand experience, the first thing you do when a member of family is in a car accident is get to the hospital with them as soon as possible. Not to fanny around relaying horrific details to the police. The police come after. Family comes first.
He did not leave his sons side! I an tell you that now! He went with him to the hospital! And for whoever said it sounds like they was racing well they wasnt! Until you know the story don't go throwing accusations around!
[quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mulls09@hotmail.com[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fate fell short this time[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I can only imagine you have been lucky enough to have never lost anyone in a road traffic accident. The press know very little about what happen during an accident until a family work together with police liaison and work on a press release. The press effectively up until this point only know "hearsay" and so nothing is definite. When you lose someone in such a tragic way, your initial instinct is not to stay around at the scene to confirm to observers what happened. It's tragic enough without having to relay any details.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry I disagree if u have witnessed an accident or even worse ur related to the person in the car u would stop.[/p][/quote]I can tell you now, you are wrong. From first hand experience, the first thing you do when a member of family is in a car accident is get to the hospital with them as soon as possible. Not to fanny around relaying horrific details to the police. The police come after. Family comes first.[/p][/quote]He did not leave his sons side! I an tell you that now! He went with him to the hospital! And for whoever said it sounds like they was racing well they wasnt! Until you know the story don't go throwing accusations around! Starlight14
  • Score: 4

8:00am Mon 14 Jul 14

Starlight14 says...

William Rudd wrote:
Whats-wrong-with-the

-World?
wrote:
William Rudd wrote:
The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.
One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene?

In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.
I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police.
How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.
His dad has spoken to the police
[quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Whats-wrong-with-the -World?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]William Rudd[/bold] wrote: The person on motorcycle was the father of one of the lads.[/p][/quote]One observation Mr Rudd, if the person on the bike was, as you say, the father of one of the lads? Why do the police just 'believe' a motorbike was in the company of the car? Surely he would have stayed, and can confirm what happened? I cannot imagine for one moment a father leaving the scene? In any circumstances, this is a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to their families and friends.[/p][/quote]I live a few doors away from Kyles parents & have been to see Kyles father Mark.Due to his state of mind he has not been spoken to by the police. How life can be so cruel to one family is beyond me.[/p][/quote]His dad has spoken to the police Starlight14
  • Score: 2

10:22am Mon 14 Jul 14

herefordman99 says...

People, please. Whatever the outcome of the police investigation, two young lives have been lost, and 2 families are in mourning. Let's stop the speculation and let them mourn, the last thing they need right now are rumours being started about who was where and when.
Let the authorities do their jobs and leave the families alone.
People, please. Whatever the outcome of the police investigation, two young lives have been lost, and 2 families are in mourning. Let's stop the speculation and let them mourn, the last thing they need right now are rumours being started about who was where and when. Let the authorities do their jobs and leave the families alone. herefordman99
  • Score: 11

11:46am Mon 14 Jul 14

mizza21 says...

19 and 21.
That is cruel.
19 and 21. That is cruel. mizza21
  • Score: 2

3:35am Wed 16 Jul 14

WYSIATI says...

A sad waste.

What is the news about the couple in the Mercedes?

I wonder if the Institute of Advanced Motorists instruction would be available to some of the too many dangerous drivers in the county. Rarely does a day go by that I don't see someone take a mad risk and everyone seems to know of drivers who have no sense of the damage they are going to do. This must be one of the main risks facing people in the county - what are the police and other agencies doing to get on top of the risks?
A sad waste. What is the news about the couple in the Mercedes? I wonder if the Institute of Advanced Motorists instruction would be available to some of the too many dangerous drivers in the county. Rarely does a day go by that I don't see someone take a mad risk and everyone seems to know of drivers who have no sense of the damage they are going to do. This must be one of the main risks facing people in the county - what are the police and other agencies doing to get on top of the risks? WYSIATI
  • Score: 1

2:26pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Morality03 says...

dplcv37 wrote:
Dave The Dumbest wrote:
With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..
You really are the dumbest.
Have a bit of respect
I refuse to respect those who put others at risk with dangerous driving. If it apparent that they were speeding and driving carelessly then it's one less dangerous driver and someone who has killed themselves through their own stupidity.
I don't remember a driving test to involve high speed chases.
[quote][p][bold]dplcv37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave The Dumbest[/bold] wrote: With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..[/p][/quote]You really are the dumbest. Have a bit of respect[/p][/quote]I refuse to respect those who put others at risk with dangerous driving. If it apparent that they were speeding and driving carelessly then it's one less dangerous driver and someone who has killed themselves through their own stupidity. I don't remember a driving test to involve high speed chases. Morality03
  • Score: -2

5:04pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Mulls09@hotmail.com says...

Morality03 wrote:
dplcv37 wrote:
Dave The Dumbest wrote:
With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..
You really are the dumbest.
Have a bit of respect
I refuse to respect those who put others at risk with dangerous driving. If it apparent that they were speeding and driving carelessly then it's one less dangerous driver and someone who has killed themselves through their own stupidity.
I don't remember a driving test to involve high speed chases.
Jack Pritchard was the passenger, don't forget that have some respect
[quote][p][bold]Morality03[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dplcv37[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave The Dumbest[/bold] wrote: With the company of a motorcycle , hmmm sounds like someone was racing to me..[/p][/quote]You really are the dumbest. Have a bit of respect[/p][/quote]I refuse to respect those who put others at risk with dangerous driving. If it apparent that they were speeding and driving carelessly then it's one less dangerous driver and someone who has killed themselves through their own stupidity. I don't remember a driving test to involve high speed chases.[/p][/quote]Jack Pritchard was the passenger, don't forget that have some respect Mulls09@hotmail.com
  • Score: 2

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