Sunday, January 02, 2011

Brennan Eden update with sentancing

As promised I still search for updates about Brennan Eden. 
Be sure and read the bottom paragraph. 

The 19-year-old Mason man who survived a dramatic crash on Interstate 675 and made national headlines was interviewed on NBC’s Today Show.
The taped interview aired around 7:30 a.m. Friday.
The crash occurred about 7:15 a.m. on Aug. 23 in Sugarcreek Twp. when Brennan Eden’s Pontiac Firebird went into the median, hit a guardrail and went airborne into an overpass column at Wagner Road.
A Sugarcreek Twp. police cruiser, on routine duty, caught the crash on camera, and the video was played on newscasts and websites around the country. The cruiser cam footage showed Eden’s car smashing into pieces and his body bouncing across the highway.
Eden didn’t have an explanation for what caused the accident and told the Today Show, “I just remember driving regularly the speed limit. Just like anyone else.”
The Today Show report said Eden’s mother, Andrea Eden-Shingleton, a trauma nurse, was 45 minutes away during the time of the accident.
“I was wondering what I was going to see, how was I going to be able to handle him in such critical condition,” Eden-Shingleton said.
Eden had four surgeries and was released from the Drake Rehabilitation Hospital in Cincinnati in September. The Today Show report said he had to learn to walk again and that there is no medical explanation that would explain his survival. The reporter suggested that the fact that Eden was thrown from the car might have played a role in saving his life.
“I don’t remember any speeding, crashing, nothing,” Eden said.
Shortly before the accident, Eden was arrested by Beavercreek Police on charges including possession of alcohol, drug paraphernalia and drug abuse after officers said he was found with a 15-year-old Beavercreek girl in the parking lot near the corner of Beaver Vu Drive and North Fairfield Road.
An officer approached the vehicle because it in the parking lot of a closed business at such an early hour. The officer found an unopened can of alcohol, a trace of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the car.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated the I-675 accident and determined that there was no evidence of alcohol or drugs in Eden’s body.

On Dec. 2, Eden was convicted of three misdemeanors: reckless operation, plus possession of drug paraphernalia and a disorderly conduct charge stemming from the incident that happened in Beavercreek before the crash. His driving privileges were suspended for two years, he was placed on probation for two years, and he was fined $400, according to Fairborn Municipal Court records.
“Probably doing things I shouldn’t be doing,” Eden said in the interview. “Probably looking back I wouldn’t do them again.”
And just incase you never saw the video from the crash (I never get tired of watching this video.  I can NOT believe that someone lived through this crash!!)


8 comments:

  1. nice post. thanks.

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  2. The cost of gas is constantly fluctuating. Most occasions, its sky higher!

    Listed here are some strategies for you to save gas.

    1. Tune up your automobile always. Poor operating situation eats up more gas.

    2. Strategy your route ahead of time. This avoids taking pointless driving.

    3. Use your aircon sparingly. You can turn the aircon on to get a few minutes then turn it off
    and allow the fan circulate the cool air in the car. Don't open the windows whenever you aircon is on.

    4. Maintain the windows closed when travelling at higher pace for much less air friction.
    Open windows drag the speed and lower gas mileage.

    5. Don't idle your engine for long periods of time.

    6. Do not journey at fast speeds in reduced gears unless you need the compression to sluggish down.

    7. Try driving on allowed speed restrict.

    8. Don't rev the engine when not necessary.

    9. When the price for gasoline is high, don't fill up. Wait until it goes down.
    You do not wish to give an impression to oil companies that you are willing to pay for gasoline at any price.

    10. Lastly, buy vehicles which have good gas mileage.

    11. Don't forget to cover your car.

    Goodluck!

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  3. too bad you dident die

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  4. your a child molesting druggie that drives like a jerk

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  5. i love your new wheels ther bad ass you dumbass

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  6. This teenager is very blessed to have been given a second chance to live. As for those making negative comments, remember this and remember this well. Karma. What goes up must come down. Do not be so quick to criticize the mistakes of others so harshly. You or your children may one day find yourself at the mercy of judges as critical as you. Remember. Karma.

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  7. This teenager is very blessed to have been given a second chance to live. As for those making negative comments, remember this and remember this well. Karma. What goes up must come down. Do not be so quick to criticize the mistakes of others so harshly. You or your children may one day find yourself at the mercy of judges as critical as you. Remember. Karma.

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  8. This teenager is very blessed to have been given a second chance to live. As for those making negative comments, remember this and remember this well. Karma. What goes up must come down. Do not be so quick to criticize the mistakes of others so harshly. You or your children may one day find yourself at the mercy of judges as critical as you. Remember. Karma.

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