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These pictures are in very poor taste. I surely would not want to see my loved one on a gurney after being killed in an accident! Prayers to this man's family.
I totally agree with you. I posted a comment under the story. No one needs to see this mans body. Who edits for the paper? And why were these photos allowed? If that were my husband or father, I would be losing my mind as I see these last pictures of him.
Poor journalism sells. This staff clearly has half of a brain.
Shame on you Norwalk Reflector ..... you have sunk to an all time low. I hope you all never have to view pictures such as these of your loved ones. Shame on you. Bet you're pretty proud of yourselves, eh?
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These pictures need to be taken down!
Once again, the Norwalk Reflector feels the need to post pictures from a horrific accident scene. This is purely distasteful & ridiculous. If you choose post a picture of the vehicle after EMS has left the scene, that's one thing. It's NO ONE's business the remaining 4 pages of pictures seen here. Joe Centers, you're a fool for allowing this.