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Old 12-31-2008, 01:45 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Lee
And then both adults and both kids could have froze to death. I am not
saying that what the father did was smart, but if they had stayed there
in the cold, the children might have died anyway.
Anythng could have happened, but what did happen was that the father and the other guy got the truck started and lived. After that, he didn't even drive back to check on his kids, or even call and make sure they got to their mother's safely. The mother is the one who realized something was wrong.
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Originally Posted by Janice
That's not true. The father and the other guy got the truck started and lived.

Plus "they" always say to stay with the vehicle in a situation like that. At worst, once the mother realized how late the kids would be, she'd probably phone authorities who could find them a lot easier (especially from the air) if they were all with the truck. Even if they couldn't get it started, they can all huddle in the truck, be protected from winds and use their mass body heat to keep warm.

Doesn't anyone remember the case a year or two ago of the husband and father who walked to get help and perished - his family stayed with their SUV and lived.
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Default Uncle Arrested After Idaho Girl Dies in Snowstorm


JEROME, Idaho (AP) - The uncle of an Idaho girl who froze to death in a Christmas Day snowstorm was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder and drug possession, the latest development in the tragedy that's already seen the 11-year-old victim's father jailed.

Kenneth Quintana, 29, was arrested Thursday on a warrant for second-degree murder and felony injury to a child, Jerome County Sheriff's Deputy David Ursino said.

Sage Aragon died after she and her 12-year-old brother, Bear, walked through snow and freezing temperatures when their father's car became stuck in a snowdrift. Bear survived.

Quintana was in the car with the father, Robert Aragon, 55, who has already been charged with murder.

Officers say they found Quintana with methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

He's due to be charged in 5th District Court Friday.
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