...respect is just the minimum...


.gone too soon.

Proof that life is short and sometimes we take life for granted by testing our fate.

Gone, but not forgotten.

- from the Toronto Star; www.thestar.com

Nov. 21, 2004. 08:51 AM
Two killed in fiery car crash

Speed may have been the cause of a horrific crash in Scarborough this morning. The car involved in the crash was traveling near the intersection of Morningside Ave. and Sheppard Ave. area when the driver lost control of the vehicle.

The vehicle hit a light pole, causing the car to flip over and burst into flames, trapping the occupants, shortly before 4 a.m.

When firefighters arrived at the scene the car was engulfed in flames.

Members of Toronto’s Traffic Services and police are still investigating the cause of the accident, but believe excessive speed may have played a part in the crash.

The ages and sexes of the two victims are unknown at this time.


from the Toronto Sun; www.torontosun.com

Mon, November 22, 2004
Pair killed in fiery crash

TWO MEN are dead after their car slammed into a light pole and erupted in flames in Scarborough early yesterday, Toronto Police say. The car collided with a concrete light standard, rolled onto its left side and burst into flames, police said. The light pole then collapsed on top of the vehicle, trapping the men, both 25, inside.

Police said their car was moving at high speeds north on Morningside Ave. at Morningview Tr., just south of Old Finch Ave., around 3:40 a.m.

The driver lost control, went over the east-side curb, skidded sideways and collided with the concrete light standard.

Morningside Ave. curves to the left at the site of the crash. A sheared-off light standard and its charred stump were the only remnants of the collision left at the scene by midday yesterday.

No names have been released while Toronto Police traffic services investigators identify the bodies and notify the next of kin.


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