The story of Lisa Norton, accused hit-and-swim driver in a crash that took the life of Gabriel Nielsen and badly injured his sister and infant daughter, has spawned plenty of strong comments.
Here's a post from a reader who offers sympathy to Norton's family as well as Nielsen's.
I agree. Someone's life can change in a matter of seconds. Lisa is a very kind, loving and talented person and I know she is suffering. I understand the anger because of what happened and the things that have happened since March. But sometimes you head down a path and don't realize where it is taken you until it is too late. I will pray for the family of the victims and Lisa's family. They are all suffering.
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