She Sleeps Tight / Will Dockery
Sleeps so tight
she has a marksman's eye.
tattoo firewater spine.
Thanks again, George... a sidebar here is news on the artist of the artwork
used in the video, George Sulzbach, that is relevant to his bio and the
backstory of the poem:
The man in this accident is my old friend of 40 years, and Shadowville
Speedway CD cover artist George Sulzbach... may God bless him & help him
through this ordeal.
SMITHS STATION, AL (WTVM) - A multiple-car accident has been reported
along U.S. 431 in Smiths Station AT 9:21 a.m. CST on Thursday.
The accident occurred on U.S. 431 near the Buck Wild Saloon, near the
121.5 mile-marker. The two cars involved were a blue 1994 Chevrolet
Metro and a red 2011 Chevrolet Corvette.
Synde Conder, a 57-year-old woman from Smiths Station died in the
accident, according to Lee County Coroner Bill Harris. She died of blunt
force trauma-related injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene at
9:35 a.m. CST. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said Conder was not
wearing a seatbelt.
A male passenger, George Sulzbach, was taken to Midtown Medical Center
by an ambulance for treatment. His injuries are unknown, but condition
as of Thursday night is said to be critical.
Reports indicate that the Corvette t-boned the Metro after the Metro
pulled out in front of the westbound-traveling Corvette. Both cars were
towed from the scene.
The driver of the Corvette refused treatment at the scene.
The Alabama State Troopers of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is in
charge of the accident investigation.
Alcohol is not suspected to have been a factor in the crash. The
accident remains under investigation by the State Troopers and the Lee
County Coroner's Office.
The passenger, my friend George Sulzbach (Known to many as an employee at
Richardson's gas station near where the accident happened, next door to
The Buck Wild Saloon) is doing much better today, and will be moving into
a room, away from the Critical Care ward. Good news for a tragic day.
Great news is I stopped by the hospital yesterday and George Sulzbach has
been released and sent home with his sister.