A fund has been setup in an account at Wells Fargo under the name Michaela Caudell and Children Fund for donations.THANK YOU for any donation you might can make. I am one of this 6th grader's teachers, and I can attest this has been a real devestation for the family. Good kids, polite and mannerly in all aspects. Please keep them in your prayers as well.
..."But we can't because their in the hospital ..."Just drives me crazy. The word in this context is "they're", not "their."The WFAA website writer should have known better, and THERE (not "their") should have been a copy editor around someplace, who should have caught it.
4:30:It's pretty sad that you're more concerned about proper grammar than this horrible tragedy. While I'll agree that proper grammar is important, it's not here.
I dunno, I'm with Anon @ 4:30. The lack of proper grammar skills on behalf of WFAA puts a dinge on the story. Wake up & get sharp with your job -- you're reporting a sad story.RedPen Anon was just commenting what came to mind as he/she read the post...geez...I do the same.
Fog does not cause wrecks. Bad driving causes wrecks. If you can't see to drive, you should not drive. Or you should drive at a speed that allows a safe stopping distance. That's dangerous, though, because unless everybody else is driving properly, you'll get killed from behind. But fog did not contribute to this wreck, no more than "darkness" would contribute to a wreck by someone driving without their headlights on at night.
Tell that too us when you have a wreck in the fog. FOG impairs vision, impaired vision can lead to missed sights...including a stop sign. ( by the time you see it, it is too late since cars cannot stop on a dime.)
Ok so what if it was dark and foggy at the same time...huhhhh?
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