In your hands there are twenty seven bones and thirty five muscles all which can help you do amazing day to day things. They can travel at up to 40km per hour, they can hit with 400 kilograms of force but they can also kill in seconds….. This very thing happened on the night of the 7th of July 2012. Nineteen year old Kieran Loveridge was heavily under the influence of alcohol, and was roaming Kings Cross streets full of violent rage. Loveridge was yelling at passbyers and was denied entry from clubs.
Wylie told officers he had had three beers at his home and was hungry, so he went to McDonald's, the report states. When asked to recall the time, he was two hours behind and failed several drunk-driving tests, according to the report. Police say Wylie blew a 0.21 on a breath analysis test. The legal limit in South Carolina is 0.08 percent. His license was suspended and he was charged with driving under the influence, the report
I feel sorry for his whole family having to go through this pain and disaster. I can’t imagine how they can lose someone so special to them, and who’s still way too young and has their whole life ahead of them. I feel like this is so common young kids dying for reasons that are unacceptable.
It’s sad to see such tragedy happen in places such as schools a place where us as students is suppose to feel safe as in a home away from home and is now a place of fear. Nowadays students go to school not knowing if their going to make it home safe. This just goes to shoes the effect that a gun has on certain individuals, for some it can change their lives drastically in a second. Some learn from their mistakes and some don’t and the ones who don’t learn anything are the ones who have a problem mentally. This horrifying shooting took the lives of ten students including the gunman life.
This is similar towards Matt’s situation because he was accused for bombing the school and many kids would torture him. How does trying to commit suicide affect Matt’s identity? It affects Matt’s identity because he thinks committing suicide will solve all his problems and people would just leave him alone and forget him because he is dead. How dose committing suicides define Matt’s character? It defines him because he was always bullied at school ever since the incident happen
Road Warrior Essay Road rage is no joke, over a seven year period, 218 murders and 12,610 injuries were attributed to road rage. Then those most likely to experience road rage are teenagers our age so boys and girls are you a killer? I would hope not but drivers these days are as bad as said by Dave Berry in “Road warrior” that id almost understand the temptation. Dave Berry actually is from the most dangerous road rage roads known to man in Miami Florida. The mix population of senior citizens and crazy teenagers equals road rage to the max.
In fact, every 30 minutes, someone in this country dies in a alcohol-related crash. Every 30 minutes! How would you feel if you lost a family member to such a simple avoidable mistake? Each year drunk driving is responsible for about 25% of deaths. The Loss of loved ones; loss of important family members and loss of friends resulting from irresponsible drunk drivers on the road are tragic and permanent.
Both Amanda Todd and Tyler Clementi and many more were the victims of cruel, heartless people called bullies. They were bullied to death, and didn't get the chance to live and enjoy life like normal people or in this case normal teenagers. They lost hope in living, their friends gave up on them, people started
Over the years Danbury has become a more of a violent place. Although I personally never had a police brutality encounter I have witnessed some friends. One night after the club was over a fight broke out, everyone scattered everywhere. The police was telling everyone to leave but one of my guy friends went back to the scene to get his friend. He couldn’t find him but he seen us and started walking towards us.
Name: Brandon Adrien Teen Driving Issues Project Topic: Drunk Driving |Section Heading |Information | |Why is this a problem, |This is truly a great problem because according to the DMV, being intoxicated while driving is a common cause | |especially for teen |of very serious crashes, especially those that are fatal, involving teenage drivers. | |drivers? | | |Statistics from |More than 10,000 people die by drunk driving and hundreds of thousands have been injured. | |research regarding teen|Every year, about 708,000 people get injured in crashes related to alcohol. | |crash rates.