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post #1 of 6 Old 01-24-2009, 02:50 AM Thread Starter
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Crazy week!

We have been to Dallas twice this week. With a
stop in Fort Smith to pick up other people.

My Uncle, 70 years old, was in a bad auto accident
in Dallas last Friday.

He had both arms and both legs broken and severe
head injuries. He is not lucid.

We don't even know why he was in Dallas, he lives
in Fort Smith.

There is something going on, the police are very
quiet about the whole thing, they said it would be
a week or so before we can get a copy of the accident
report.

The people at the hospital don't have any details
about the accident.

They said his seat belt failed at the floor and he
was thrown out of the car. He was driving a 1973
Jag XKE. The police have the car and won't let us
see it.

Thank God for Wal Mart, they have loaned us a plane
to go down in and we are only paying for the fuel.


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best thoughts to your uncle!

hope everything can get cleared up with what's going on!
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Hope everything works out for your uncle. Does sound a little strange, but sometimes the police don't want to release any information until they complete their investigation, giving them the benefit of the doubt. Just curious, how did you get walmart to lend you an airplane?
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Best of thoughts for your Uncle BHOFM. I hope that everything works out for the best.
Ken

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Thanks everyone.

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Just curious, how did you get walmart to lend you an airplane?
My father in law was Mr Waltons personal lawyer up
until his death. Joe had the use of the planes and it
has just passed to my. We normally have to pay a
little fee for the use.


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Thoughts and prayers go out to your Uncle.
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