what a way to go.......
when that filthy, dastardly grim reaper comes a knockin there is no escape
but what a way to go, drowned in the icey november waters of our beloved long island sound. i wonder how the recovered the body? did he struggle to get out of the cab only to drowned in the squirreley waters of the race? heart gave out? trapped in the cab? its says in the paper somethin bout' the ferry circled back and some crew donned dry suits and got the corpse
but did they have to go under? was it really 100ft? i guess they followed the bubbles down to the truck or was it indeed much shallower, like 20 feet and they could see the truck submerged?
they ferry crew is real that good to recover there own dead? then why they dont chock the wheels or inspect parkinf brakes?
i wish that rag of a paper newsday would try to make there stories make sense once in a while
this is a big local story atleast for the day, and they have again dropped the ball and had some rookie east end reporterette sent out to the dock to find the story , no pictures, no serious interview with local police, newsday story comes up short once again
i doubt they will even follow it up in tomorrows edition, gonna have to check online for the heartford gazetty or the connituct cronicle for the real story, newsday dont do anything for us
anyways ....not my idea of how i want to check out when the reaper comes for me....
"do not ask for who the bells tolls....it tolls for YOU!"
i wanna die dry!