PROOF: WSFA refused to change article neglecting respect to Niall McNellis – WSFA admits to mourning NO ONE !!!


I need to say no more – The News Director of WSFA said it all when he stated that they are a news station and mourns no one.

I DEAL IN FACTS, PROOFS, TRUTHS and Personal Experience.
opinions are for those who choose not to and/ or refuse THE TRUTH.

NOTE FROM Dennis C. Latham –  For those who did not read the article ? Read the full article below.

Posted: Mar 27, 2011 9:59 PMUpdated: Mar 27, 2011 9:59 PM

By melissa mckinney

Posted by: Melissa McKinney

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – ”You don’t know what to say,” says Richard Dame.

Dame can’t seem to erase images of a fatal crash on I-65 from his mind.

“It was probably the worst accident I’ve seen. In fact, it was like watching NASCAR–that kind of feeling, except people that are just innocent,” he adds.

Dame was traveling on I-65 south when a vehicle driving beside him went off the road, and crossed the median.

“When it approached the other side, I obviously saw the collision and two cars fly up in the air.”

One of those cars was filled with four boys from Angola, Indiana on their way home from a spring break trip.

18-year olds Matthew Riley Zimmer, Evan Weaver, Matthew Roe and Alexx Bauer were instantly killed along with the man authorities say hit them–21-year old Niall McNellis of Troy.

“It just kinda emotionally sets you in motion to think, ‘gosh, that could be you,’” says Dame.

He mourns the boys as residents of a the town of Angola hundreds of miles away from him do the same.

“These were pretty good young guys. They come from good families, they were going to be good people in whatever community they ended up in whether they stayed here or moved on somewhere else,” says Dick Hickman, Mayor of Angola.

Signs with the boys’ names on them and flowers grace Angola High–where the boys went to school. Community members also gathered for a prayer vigil.

And Dame–who has no ties to Angola or the boys who died can’t help but offer his support.

“I pray for the families that are affected.”

Dame says after seeing the crash happen right before his eyes, it makes him more cautious out on the roads.

Another car was involved in the accident. A woman and two children suffered minor injuries.   Alabama State Troopers say they’re still trying to figure out exactly what caused the crash.

Copyright 2011 WSFA. All rights reserved.

2 articles directly from wsfa website ….
Article 1 http://www.wsfa.com/story/14331327/state-troopers-release-names-of-boys-killed-in-i-65-crash
Article 2 http://www.wsfa.com/story/14338545/two-communities-two-campuses-mourn-boys-in-i-65-crash

wsfa reporter melissa mckiney denies writing about a 5 death accident in 2011 Niall McNellis

wsfa reporter melissa mckiney denies writing about a 5 death accident in 2011 Niall McNellis

Article 1

Witness of fatal I-65 crash explains how it happened

Posted: Mar 27, 2011 10:59 PM CDTUpdated: Mar 27, 2011 10:59 PM CDT
By Melissa McKinney – bio | email

Posted by: Melissa McKinney – bio | email

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – “You don’t know what to say,” says Richard Dame.

Dame can’t seem to erase images of a fatal crash on I-65 from his mind.

“It was probably the worst accident I’ve seen. In fact, it was like watching NASCAR–that kind of feeling, except people that are just innocent,” he adds.

Dame was traveling on I-65 south when a vehicle driving beside him went off the road, and crossed the median.

“When it approached the other side, I obviously saw the collision and two cars fly up in the air.”

One of those cars was filled with four boys from Angola, Indiana on their way home from a spring break trip.

18-year olds Matthew Riley Zimmer, Evan Weaver, Matthew Roe and Alexx Bauer were instantly killed along with the man authorities say hit them–21-year old Niall McNellis of Troy.

“It just kinda emotionally sets you in motion to think, ‘gosh, that could be you,'” says Dame.

He mourns the boys as residents of a the town of Angola hundreds of miles away from him do the same.

“These were pretty good young guys. They come from good families, they were going to be good people in whatever community they ended up in whether they stayed here or moved on somewhere else,” says Dick Hickman, Mayor of Angola.

Signs with the boys’ names on them and flowers grace Angola High–where the boys went to school. Community members also gathered for a prayer vigil.

And Dame–who has no ties to Angola or the boys who died can’t help but offer his support.

“I pray for the families that are affected.”

Dame says after seeing the crash happen right before his eyes, it makes him more cautious out on the roads.

Another car was involved in the accident. A woman and two children suffered minor injuries.   Alabama State Troopers say they’re still trying to figure out exactly what caused the crash.

Copyright 2011 WSFA. All rights reserved.

Article 2

Two communities, two campuses mourn boys in I-65 crash

Posted: Mar 28, 2011 10:34 PM CDTUpdated: Mar 29, 2011 6:04 AM CDT

By Melissa McKinney – bio | email
Posted by: Melissa McKinney – bio | emailMONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – For students at Angola High School, the shock is finally starting to sink in. Four of their friends will never walk across the school’s campus again.”It’s hard to put it into words and sometimes I get choked up,” says Angola High School Principal Steve Grill.Grill addressed students and faculty, assuring them that crisis management teams are available for grief counseling. For now, flags fly at half staff and flowers grace the school–constant reminders of the four lives cut short.”It’s a loss for words. It’s really hard to even know what to say in a time like this except that you’re just sorry,” says Angola resident, Trishia Berquist.School administrators say Alexx Bauer, Riley Zimmer, Evan Weaver, and Matt Roe were all athletes with promising college careers.

“They were in the wrong place at the wrong time, not by anything they had done, not by their choosing, just a simple blink,” says Angola resident Julie Hewes.

That blink also took Troy University student Niall McNellis.

Dean of Students Herbert Reeves says McNellis was a sophomore math major and his mother is a professor in the education school there.

“Anytime you lose a student it’s a somber day around campus. We certainly give the family our best and our thoughts are with them. We’re going to do whatever we can do to support them,” says Reeves.

“Everyone is suffering, I know that…and our students…it’s just really difficult to let a friend go,” adds Grill.

Memorial services are being planned for this Thursday in both Angola and Troy. A memorial scholarship fund was opened for the Angola boys. It’s called “Four-ever Friends 2011.”

Copyright 2011 WSFA. All rights reserved.

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