1.05.2012

I Didn't Think . . .


. . . you could even get three people in a Porsche until I remembered Risky Business with Tom Cruise. I'm pretty sure Miles was in the backseat when they were being chased by Guido, The Killer Pimp.

Story.

Edit: According to the Star-Telegram, the victims have been identified by the Dallas County medical examiner as Kenneth Lark, 21, of Austin, Kaat Debeuckelaer, 21, of Colleyville and Ronald Eddins, 41, of Southlake

This is the gal per Facebook (don't know if that's the guy):

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Von barron,
Do NOT post the intruder story out of Blanchard, ok.
School shooting....yes.
Recently widowed mother protecting her infant.... No!

Anonymous said...

4 young people died in a similar Porsche crash about 25 years ago in Fort Worth. The driver was speeding on Colonial Parkway near Colonial Country Club and his car left the road launching into the air and then slamming into a concrete drainage culvert. All died.

2 young couples. TCU grads I believe just a few years removed from school.

Actually I think that is Simondale & Mockingbird Lane near Colonial CC.

Triple Fake... said...

(cue the flopping fish!)

"Who's the U-boat commander?"

Triple Fake garage mechanic

Anonymous said...

Maybe the 3rd was a pedestrian on the bridge. May help explain the accident if so.

Anonymous said...

Sad. Live fast - die young.

My Other Brother Darryl

Dcmba said...

Just heard on KRLD that Ron is a "prominent Southlake attorney". Must be the same guy.

Anonymous said...

The Panamera is a four door porsche "sports sedan"

Jack Daniels said...

I heard it was Andy Dufresne.

DF Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding

Anonymous said...

How do you know it's the same Kaat Debeuckelaer?

Anonymous said...

A quote from Mr. Eddins...

“Accidents don’t just happen … almost always, they can be avoided with the simple application of due care and, sadly, many are the result of gross neglect,” said Eddins.

How appropriate.

Anonymous said...

Skippy, Let this be a lesson to you. Do not go real fast when chasing ambulances.