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October 15, 2011

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annon annon

Joe Krall is not affiliated with the La Honda Fire brigade, but does serve his community as a Leader of NEST, and the CERT program.

Elliptical reviews

No offense, but if there's a facebook like button, it'll be much easier for me to share.

Jillian Marich

I'm very sad. I just found out today that my friend, Fred Eisenstadt, died, and in such a horrible accident. He was a good guy, a very positive and giving person. He used to help his very elderly mother (in her 90's, I believe.) He would take her to lunch every other Saturday, then to the grocery store. Hopefully, someone else will step up to help her. I'm going to really miss Fred (also known, jokingly, as "Flintstone.")

truck driving jobs

Authorities learned of the crash on Esmerelda Terrace and Roquena Drive near La Honda around 8:40 a.m., said California Highway Patrol Officer Peter van Eckhardt. Officers found the 62-year-old driver trapped inside the truck and he was later pronounced dead at the scene.

Lalli Hämeenniemi

That is really sad news.Well i salute all the driver of truck that taking cement and other construction which i believe that they are really doing a very hard job.In Finland country i seen so many cranes in a construction site which i am amaze because of they are really awesome to see working specially in roof of an building.

Guadalupe Puthoff

This is really sad news, especially for Mr. Eisenstaedt’s family. Even though he had years of experience, I still wish he didn’t wave off his co-workers. Who knows? Maybe it could’ve saved his life. Who was held responsible for the accident? Was Mr.Eisenstaedt’s family given “proper compensation?” A man is gone. A father, a grandfather, a brother, a family man; no amount of money can ever “compensate” for the family’s grief.

plumber upland

the driver of truck that taking cement and other construction which i believe that they are really doing a very hard job.In Finland country i seen so many cranes in a construction site which i am amaze because of they are really awesome to see working specially in roof of an building.

Heather

My Co wrker a great guy!
I always think of you when I'm on the road.
You are missed thank you for helping a gal out when I was at your branch !
Rip my friend you are in our hearts and in my mind when I'm on those goat trails!

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