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(CBS 21 Harrisburg)   Tennessee dad's tribute to daughter grows bigger than ever with 800,000 Christmas lights. Imagine the electric bill as it gets very dusty in here   (local21news.com) divider line
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2021-10-20 7:54:23 AM  
It's also for a good cause as you can donate toys and say hi to Santa. This is actually awesome.
 
2021-10-20 8:57:57 AM  
The kid was hit by the rear tire of dad's car.   You mean dad ran her over, or is there more to the story?
 
2021-10-20 9:38:44 AM  

Snotnose: The kid was hit by the rear tire of dad's car.   You mean dad ran her over, or is there more to the story?


I googled-

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Police in Nashville say a toddler was killed when she fell from her father's pickup truck and was run over.Investigators said the accident occurred after 33-year-old Brad Henn stopped and offered two neighborhood boys a ride home Thursday night. Henn's 21-month-old daughter, London, freed herself from a rear car seat and climbed into the front passenger seat. When the boys opened the passenger door to get in, the girl began to fall out.Police say Henn reached to grab her and his foot pushed down on the accelerator, causing the truck to lurch forward. London was run over by the rear wheel.The girl was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where she died from her injuries.Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

That's pretty f**king awful.
 
2021-10-20 10:16:52 AM  
I lived near Upper Saddle River, NJ for many years. People would have so many lights they rented commercial generators to run them.  One house (probably more) had the entire roof sprayed with flocking, because the lights melted all of the snow.
 
2021-10-20 12:48:21 PM  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: Snotnose: The kid was hit by the rear tire of dad's car.   You mean dad ran her over, or is there more to the story?

I googled-

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Police in Nashville say a toddler was killed when she fell from her father's pickup truck and was run over.Investigators said the accident occurred after 33-year-old Brad Henn stopped and offered two neighborhood boys a ride home Thursday night. Henn's 21-month-old daughter, London, freed herself from a rear car seat and climbed into the front passenger seat. When the boys opened the passenger door to get in, the girl began to fall out.Police say Henn reached to grab her and his foot pushed down on the accelerator, causing the truck to lurch forward. London was run over by the rear wheel.The girl was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where she died from her injuries.Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

That's pretty f**king awful.


Oh yeah it is, he was trying to help out some neighbor kids with a ride and that happened, what a nightmare just a mundane neighborly thing turning into a tragedy. But at least he is focusing it into a positive act and not just drinking his life away.
 
2021-10-21 2:00:33 AM  

natazha: I lived near Upper Saddle River, NJ for many years. People would have so many lights they rented commercial generators to run them.  One house (probably more) had the entire roof sprayed with flocking, because the lights melted all of the snow.


Ramsey?
 
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