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Graphic details not wanted

After just reading the plea from “Think of the Family” letter regarding the graphic details brought by the news reporting, I am sickened at the lack of respect The Union’s reporters have toward the families of fatality victims. I read the reported article as well and found it alarmingly descriptive. Mr. Gokhman (reporter) should be reprimanded and apoligize to the victim’s family.

This seems to be an ongoing complaint I have read in the past. How many letters do you need to stop this shock reporting? I’m sure The Union can keep subscribers without showing crunched up cars and grizzly details for the sake of the grief stricken parents, family and friends.

Please be compassionate.

Alice Sheridan

Grass Valley

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