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Old 08-10-2015, 04:37 AM
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Like a squished banana!

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Old 08-10-2015, 09:28 AM
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Re: Remains of St. Charles Man on Highway Not Recognized As Human for Hours

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A driver called police about 2:15 a.m. and reported seeing someone who appeared to be trying to cross the highway.
someone who didn't look to the left and right i suppose as i don't understand how you can step in front of a large vehicle/possible truck unless you're drunk/high or suicidal

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Re: Remains of St. Charles Man on Highway Not Recognized As Human for Hours

I used to live in St. Charles, its where I grew up. So sad.

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Re: Remains of St. Charles Man on Highway Not Recognized As Human for Hours

Someone I use to work with knew someone who had the same fate, guy was only 20 and nobody will ever know... maybe.

Back in the mid-90s, some kids, I think they were something like 8-11, near where I live, were throwing rocks at cars on the highway. Yes they provoked the incident, but still, no man has a right to whip his vehicle around and run over two young boys.

I can't remember if both died, or what, but the guy drove home and parked his vehicle. About 10-15 years later he sold it to a local garage. The guy working on the vehicle noticed grille damage and remembered the news paper description he read way back in the 90s about the incident. Well sure enough, they still had evidence from the boys on file, and were able to match paints, so the guy was caught... So you never know.

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Re: Remains of St. Charles Man on Highway Not Recognized As Human for Hours

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someone who didn't look to the left and right i suppose as i don't understand how you can step in front of a large vehicle/possible truck unless you're drunk/high or suicidal
Well he was leaving a bar.

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Re: Remains of St. Charles Man on Highway Not Recognized As Human for Hours

Judging from overhead pics of the scene, it happened at the beginning of a long, sweeping curve in the highway.

I've wondered if someone wasn't paying as much attention (or falling asleep?) as the road started to veer and went over onto the shoulder where this guy was walking....

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