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Someone i know was killed yesterday morning in a car accident..he was a police officer on his way to work. He was one of the nicest guys you could ever meet ..such a genuine happy guy and judging by t…
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Someone i know was killed yesterday morning in a car accident..he was a police officer on his way to work. He was one of the nicest guys you could ever meet ..such a genuine happy guy and judging by the condolence messages left for him he will be missed by many many people. why do they take the good ones first?!
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Because life isn't fair all the time, you just have to take it one step at i time, I felt the same a few months a go and still sometimes do but i no, i was lucky to have met the person and left a foot print on there heart than to have never of got to have known them xx
#2
sorry to hear of your loss, they must be recruiting for new angels at the mo. xxxx
#3
I am so very sorry to hear this ... it always seems the best ones go first for some strange reason .. my sincere sympathy goes out to his family & loved ones at this very sad time.
#4
When my daughter was at primary school a few years ago she had a lovely young female teacher.

The teacher got married and tried for ages to have a baby but never fell pregnant.

Then she fell pregnant, but the pregnancy triggered off a cancer that had been dormant in her body.

She had the baby, which was fine, but died herself just a few months later.

Tragic.

Life does seem so unfair sometimes.
#5
as my old nan used to say this is hell once die you go somewhere better thats why they take the good ones first


bless her she was 92
#6
We have had alot of family losses over a couple of years and the way I tried to look at it was that we are here for a test and the ones that pass on have been exceptionally good very early and go to a much better place sooner than others with a golden heart x x x
#7
Because the concept of divine justice is false. Unfortunately sad things just happen - there's no order or reason.
banned#8
its always the good ones that go first, i'm really sorry of your loss x
#9
Its very sad - I'm sorry to hear of your loss of your friend.

I also worked with a police officer who was killed on his way to work, he was a good Egg too - and your post has brought back memories of him.
#10
guilbert53
When my daughter was at primary school a few years ago she had a lovely young female teacher.

The teacher got married and tried for ages to have a baby but never fell pregnant.

Then she fell pregnant, but the pregnancy triggered off a cancer that had been dormant in her body.

She had the baby, which was fine, but died herself just a few months later.

Tragic.

Life does seem so unfair sometimes.
awwwwwwwwwww that's so sad, at least she lives on in the baby.
#11
My hubby's uncle died of cancer in the morning and my little boy was born in the afternoon, i suppose they say for every one that goes another one comes along x x x x x x x x x x x
banned#12
its very sad, but its the cruelty of life that makes us appreciate what we have ,and have had, even more xx
#13
its really sad
but has my dad used to say it is the only guarentee in life we have we get born and then we die but its the in between we should enjoy and live each day as if its your last
#14
live each day as your last, always let the ones you love know so, cause you never know if it will be the last time.................

so sorry for your lossxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
#15
I work at Basingstoke, and met him very briefly before Christmas when he covered the area car for our shift. He seemed like a lovely guy with a real spark for life. Some of my shiftmates knew him very well and are all very upset. In a job where we see the best and worst of humanity on a daily basis it really hits home how fragile life really is when something like this happens.

Rest assured there are a lot of people out here thinking of James and his family.

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