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by Daveda Gruber:

For a man who went through a bad accident, Stephen King has no heart for others who would be involved in the same type of circumstances.

King was in a car accident in 1999 when a distracted driver struck him from behind with a van.

He required surgeries and physical therapy for very severe injuries.

He readers were quick to remind him.

 

Author Stephen King posted on Twitter to make light of Wednesday’s train wreck. The crash occurred when a train carrying GOP members of Congress to a Republican retreat in West Virginia hit a truck.

Some of the tweets insulted King and referenced to getting rid of his books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

He posted an apology but that didn’t satisfy his angry fans.

He still maintains his distaste for the GOP.

 

I guess King didn’t hear about the call for help to the GOP inside the train.

Calls for help went out that if there were any doctors in the train, could they come and help.

Minutes after the train slammed into the dump truck on Wednesday morning, Kansas GOP Rep. Roger Marshall tweeted that he was OK but was delivering first aid to victims.

 

Christopher Foley, 28, of Louisa County, Va., one of two passengers inside the truck, was killed.

The other passenger was airlifted to the University of Virginia Medical Center with critical injuries.

The truck’s driver was transported to a hospital with serious injuries,

Ohio Rep. Brad Wenstrup, who had experience as a combat surgeon, Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, Texas Rep. Michael Burgess and Larry Bucshon of Indiana. Bucshon’s wife, an anesthesiologist, also helped.

 

No more Stephen King books for me. The man is full of hate. Maybe he scares himself?


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2 COMMENTS

  1. I have always thought that King has been highly overrated…….and he does not understand “Karma”. Everyone on board that train was blessed with the good karma of protection. Those cars could have derailed. But they didn’t. And passengers on that train were actually called to be first responders…..probably saving life , with only one fatality. Tragic. A profound experience, i’m sure , for all those that experienced this event first hand.

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