Saturday, December 5, 2015

Woman charged in crash that injured six people

A 31-year-old Springfield woman has been charged with causing the head-on collision on River Street that sent six people to area hospitals Thursday night.

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  1. I hope she gets what she deserves. Pamela is another salt shaking dope fiend. Her apartment is a known drug den and she has already lost her children.

  2. I hate to ask: is she in jail? Article states she is charged.

  3. Watch out Anonymous 7:15 according to her Facebook she is about to "go all evil" on you. I'm going to go all evil on her if one of the 4 people in my family that you obviously don't care about are permanently hurt!
    Go get your "fix" now psycho! You're going spend time in jail!

    1. She can bring it. I'm not afraid of some dirty JUNKIE

  4. terd furgeson12/5/15, 9:29 PM

    Lock her dumba$$ up already..... o wait it's vermont she will be out again like our local bank robber that skipped town and appears to be robbing again. Real shocker.

  5. What a beauty. Not too bright of a bulb posting stupid statements like that, but looking at her history, I guess that is sort of obvious.

  6. Pamela is fighting for her life right now!


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