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[Hey, You!] You can hit and run, but you can't hide . . .

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It's Monday afternoon, and you just ran over my neighbor's dog on Rancho Santiago and killed it. I saw the whole thing. You slowed down, but you didn't stop. You just kept going. The dog died in the arms of the little girl who loved and cherished it. I hope you have to think about what you did while you clean blood off your SUV because there was a lot of it. We called the police and gave them your description and your gold plate number. I know what you look like and what you drive. You make me sick. You'd better pray every day of your miserable life for forgiveness because I know with complete certainty there is a special place in hell for maggots such as you. Here's a thought, you pathetic coward: You know where the little girl lives. It happened right in front of her house. You saw her run into the street to try to save her poor dog. Why don't you give her some flowers and a card with some money to help with costs and the suffering you caused? Otherwise, I'm afraid you are doomed to burn in hell forever.

 
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Late
Late

would it have been better if the dog came back from the walk or your husband? I think my neighbor would rather see her dog. She doesn't like Lester anymore, been around too long. She said "he just won't die".

Dpgal66
Dpgal66

dog should not have been out loose. Even if the dog bolted out the gate or door, it's not the driver's fault for hitting it... granted, he could have stopped and acted like he cared, but if it was me, I probably would have stopped, and been sad for a moment that a dog died, but then been a bit miffed that someone was careless enough to let it get out! The writer was unduly harsh on the driver- and nasty too!

Slots
Slots

Mexicans don't stop, they run.

elgordo
elgordo

A driver ran over a dog running in the street without a leash. The little girl should feel bad, it was her fault the dog is dead.

Peter draper
Peter draper

The person who did this lives their life without due regard for anyone or anything else. Too bad the little girl has to learn a life lesson so young.I hope she finds and end to her sadness quickly.

i don't agree however with offering her money for the loss and here is why, it will teach her that things have a price, you loose and someone must pay. (lawsuit) The driver should have let it be known that they would like to do something to help and let the little girl decide. After all, accidents happen. The dog was loose(wrong) yes dogs get out and break free. The driver's mistake was for not stopping, hitting the dog was unavoidable. i personally do not swerve for animals. My record was ,swerve and hit them anyway, not swerve and they seem to figure it out.

FishWithoutBicycle
FishWithoutBicycle

Once again, my faith in humanity has taken a blow. RIP little doggie. :-(

 
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