|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-14-2005 09:29 PM|
|snakemann||it wasnt a pickup, it was a refrigerated Isuzu Box Truck with an open door|
|07-14-2005 05:49 PM|
|R1up0n1||what ever happend to the old hurst? I've seen vans, caddies. limo's....., and now pickup trucks transporting dead corpses.|
|07-14-2005 01:58 PM|
I dunno, I didn't get into much detail b/c he was in a hurry but he did say it wasnt a pickup. However, most bodies requiring an autopsy in North, Central, and East TX end up in Dallas due to a lack of facilities . I know theres a transport company that uses refrigerated box trucks for that and for general transport.
Im guessing that this was the type of truck being used since the body was En Route to the funeral home and had not been prepared yet by the funeral home and would thus be better preserved.
|07-14-2005 01:52 PM|
|Grafixx01||Leave it to Texas to do something stupid...|
|07-14-2005 01:42 PM|
Originally Posted by snakemann
Enter the Snakemann...with the inside story from the LEO's...what kind of truck was it? local courier or meat packer???
|07-14-2005 12:55 PM|
My source from DPD told me last night that it was an Isuzu Box Van and that the driver apparently didnt secure the back door prior to leaving.
Apparently he wasnt a very wealthy individual and a hearse wasn't used. But it wasnt a Chevy Silverado as the media would almost have you believe.
|07-14-2005 12:48 PM|
Originally Posted by Gas Man
The funeral homes in this area use vans for that kind of transport!
|07-14-2005 12:45 PM|
Yeah what's up with being in the back of a pickup truck?
|07-14-2005 12:36 PM|
|jeeps84||I have been paid well for transporting corps. (in a refrigerated trailer)|
|07-14-2005 12:32 PM|
Hey they had this happen in Bad Boys 2 as well!! The guy is trying to go hollywood!
|07-14-2005 08:41 AM|
|bumblebee||I can see it now...you're boppin' down the highway, burnin' one, and these cars come up honking, and pointing and yelling, "your body, your body" ...and what hospital would transport a body in an open truck???...|
|07-14-2005 08:24 AM|
Corpse Falls Into Traffic in Texas