Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Accident → Two Korean school girls killed in Armored Vehicle Accident
On June 13, 2002 the two 14-year-olds - Shin Hyo-sun and Shim Mi-son - were run over by an armored vehicle on a narrow road north of Seoul on their way home from school. The incident attracted national attention.
"The girls were crushed by the right track of the 54 ton tank. Sergeant Walker stopped on top of the girls, then backed the tank off..."
Would you apply that same logic to American citizens? When someone gets run over by a car, is it their fault for not getting out of the way?
|Asians are known for never looking into people other business, always minding their own business how can you be 14 and so stupid not hear to see a giant tank coming down the street and move only 2 foot away from it, I mean at least move up the hill until it pass its their parents fault also for not teaching teaching their kids to ALWAYS be cautious around your surrounding|
|And for those who say they couldn't hear the tank |
thats retarded. They heard all of them it was a
convoy of tanks they bent over and covered their
ears. If you ever been around a tank you would
know there extremely loud, especially a convoy of
|I was driving a Bradley coming from the other |
direction. My platoon leader and platoon sergeant
and myself tried to help the girls but it was to late.
I grabbed my poncho and layed it over them. I can
remember it vividly but to this day not one person
has ever asked me a question about it. I feel that
this story was not told truthfully from the army's
|I bet their are people from S.Korea sent over here |
searching for my dad..... Thanks Monica
|Dustin....I'm sorry your dad was charged...I don't think charges should have been pressed....u can't tell me those girls didn't hear that big tank...their fault they didn't move!!|
|My dad Sgt. Fernando Nino was the |
commander of the vehicle and he was
|뭔말이야 탱크에 깔린겨?|
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