my little scotty 2010-2012 killed on atv
  • Petitioned lee county, ms

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lee county, ms

my little scotty 2010-2012 killed on atv

    1. amanda house
    2. Petition by

      amanda house

      plantersville, MS

my grandson was killed on a four wheeler with a 13 year old driving he was 2 there was a 8 10 year old on it too four children all injured because the parents showed poor judgement and there was no charges brouught against the owner who was watching the children and allowed the children to ride put the two year old on and allowed them in the road

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    • mandy orick VERONA, MS
      • about 2 years ago

      I have a 2 year old.. pure american boy... there should be laws made and good parents that know dangerous things can and do happen..

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    • tera terry TUPELO, MS
      • about 2 years ago

      This was a sad story, for the parents to let a child that young on a fourwheeler was poor judgement. If fourwheelers had an age limit, and certain safety regulations then people being hurt, would lessen. Yes I have heard of grown people having accidents on them, but they are less likely to die. I don't know, just my opinion. This is the reason why I am signing this.

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    • bobbie rogers TUPELO, MS
      • about 2 years ago

      B/c we need to save the children!!

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    • Rachel Todd CINCINNATI, OH
      • about 2 years ago

      Why would you put a 2 year old on an ATV with a 13 year old inexperienced child. Why was there no adult driving for these kids. They did not care, or did not think. Someone needs to be held accountable for his death.

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    • Jennifer Carpenter GREENVILLE, MS
      • about 2 years ago

      This is my great-nephew and we miss him so much, has anyone noticed that all ATV's have a sign on them that states, you must be over 16 years old to drive them.

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