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Student killed in accident

March 2, 2014

A 16-year-old Blue Earth Area High School student was killed in a one-vehicle accident last Thursday night according to a report from the Blue Earth Police Department....

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bozo55

Mar-11-14 4:56 PM

Prophet - I can agree with you that this is the saddest of times for Blue Earth. I cannot agree with your opinion about the paper printing a picture of the vehicle involved. What qualifies you to tell the Register how to run their business? The Register is a privately owned company and they will determine what should be put in the newspaper. You think no one needs to see this...what about the Emergency Medical Services teams that responded and saw this, and worse. What would have been disrespectful would be to publish a picture of the vehicle at the scene, as the Register has done many times. We cannot hide our heads in the sand and forget what happened; a picture is worth a thousand words and just maybe one person will see the picture and be reminded to buckle their seatbelt.

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Prophet

Mar-04-14 1:22 PM

Such a sad sad tragedy. My heart goes out to all who are affected by this and hope that they can heal. On a second note. I shame the Register for posting this photo. Not only have you shamed yourselves but you have posted a photo that NO ONE needs to see. I am ashamed that you would think this would be relevant to the story. It was a serious tragedy where an innocent life was lost. And to post a photo like this should come with serious consequences. No one needs to see this. Not the family, not the public, not anyone. If this were one of the Registers Employees family I'm sure some respect would be taken not to post this photo or even take the time to go to the facility where the vehicle was stored and even take the photo in the first place. I will take a serious stand against this and anyone who would think this is appropriate. It is a shameful disrespect to the family of the child who was lost. Shame on you.

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