Impulse decision ends a 14-year olds life

Richard Whitenight rwhitenight2004 at GMAIL.COM
Sun Dec 14 12:19:43 MST 2008


My belated sincere condolences on the loss of your son.

On 12/14/08, Jack Leon Tomsky <jtomsky at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> Twenty six years ago our son made a similar decision.  He left his car at my
> father's business the night before, as they had stayed up late talking,
> before deciding to ride home with my father.  The next morning he heard the
> subway coming to the suburban station across the street and ran across a
> wide busy boulevard against a red light, to catch the subway to his job in
> the city at a bank.  A gypsy cab going too fast - don't they all - couldn't
> stop in time and knocked him to the ground, into the path of a car going in
> the opposite direction.  That car ran over his head.  At the hospital he
> lived unconscious for 8 hours and then he died from brain hemorrhage due to
> severe brain fracture.
>
> It doesn't just happen.   Growing up his father warned him so many times
> about rushing into the street against a traffic light.  He would just do it
> again.  So our beautiful and intelligent son is gone - all these years.  His
> two sisters were never like that.
>
> Marilyn Tomsky

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Regards,
Richard Whitenight
Arlington, Texas
"God Bless America"



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