Friday, September 26, 2008

a friend

tomorrow is going to be a hard day for me. Tomorrow is summer dawns birthday. She was my best friend for about 10 years. we did everything together... shit i even gave her a horse! she loved that good for nothing mut animal i named ruby.

her and I did alot of crazy shit together and drank alot of beer. we broke a few trucks together and got covered in a ton of mud together......

she would have been 32. Time flies when you are missing someone.

she died two years ago in a horrendous motor vehicle accident involving her dodge pick up and an oak tree. no beer involved.

this is the police report

Lieutenant Mike BloomOregon State Police - SpringfieldOffice: (541) 726-2536 ext. 218A Junction City woman died Wednesday afternoon and five others were injured, including four children, when the pickup she was driving left Territorial Road near Clear Lake Road north of Veneta and struck a tree. On July 19, 2006 at approximately 4:24 p.m., a 1998 Dodge 1/2 ton extended cab pickup driven by SUMMER DAWN JUSTICE, age 29, from Junction City, was northbound on Territorial Road when it went off the northbound shoulder. The pickup came back onto the highway as SUMMER lost control and crossed the the highway. It went down an approximate 20 foot embankment on the southbound side where it crashed into a tree. SUMMER was pronounced deceased at the scene. She was using safety restraints. There were five passengers in the pickup including an adult female and four children. They were all transported to Sacred Heart Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. CHRISTINA CHRISTIANSON, age 28, from Eugene, was seated in center middle seat with safety restraints in use. She was seriously injured. The four children ages 13, 10, 7, and 5 suffered non-life threatening injuries. All of the children were using safety restraints. Two of the children are members of the victim's family. The other two were children of CHRISTIANSON. Names are not available for this release. In addition to the passengers, there were three dogs in the pickup that were not injured. Oregon State Police troopers from the Springfield Area Command office are continuing the investigation. Anyone with information regarding this crash is asked to contact Lieutenant Mike Bloom at (541) 726-2536 ext. 218. ODOT, Lane County Sheriff's Office and Veneta fire personnel assisted at the scene. The southbound lane was closed 3 1/2 hours, and both lanes closed one hour during the investigation.

kinda tough for me to remember... but i just wanted to share why im a little sad...

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