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Hachi

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Hachi

Recently, I took my Economics exam and as I was leaving, I gave my friend "Dap" (Handshake if you will) as I left. He is a co-worker and friend I met this year.

2:45 pm I am driving on route 55 (a local road) and I notice something odd. There is a stop ahead with candles of flame. I am told to take a detour due to a serious accident

6:00pm. I get off work, I open my phone to a text message saying "Joey is dead"

6:30pm. I get home, and go on facebook, and found information about the accident

6:35pm. Support groups everywhere, everyones status is "R.I.P." Joey.

There was a head-on collision involving two of my fellow classmates, both I was friends with. One passed away (Joey) and the other is still in the hospital. I have never felt this feeling in my heart, a sinking, falling feeling.

R.I.P. Joey, a friend, a college, a co-worker.

You will be missed.

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WarriorKing

I know your feeling Hachi. This is a temporary place. Hug your family. Hug your friends. Remember everyday to use your time here in ways that are very important to you.

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Phalaenopsis

I'm sorry for your loss.

I try to remember that we should live for every second because that's all it takes.

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Canadian Daisy

I'm so sorry for your loss. I fully agree with Honest, cherish your friends and family and let them know just how important they are to you.

*hugs* :(

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