It's a personal judgement call regarding how much opinion we share when something like this happens. Thank goodness - and not the driver's skill set - that it is not a common event.
In my response, I am partially guided by the JWs own insensitivity when they hear abuot misfortune striking others, including other JWs who may suffer tragedies when they should have been at meetings.
Indeed, over the years, the Watchtower's own official view has been to promote the literal protective value of going to meetings and conventions. I was raised on a diet of being careful not to miss meetings because if you do, don't come running to us if something bad happens when you miss meetings!
Now we are greeted with the extremely sad news of this unnecessary carnage enroute to a JW convention, with at least two deaths of JWs.
I apologize if I come across as insensitive. I excuse some of my insensitivity on the basis of my being raised in a religion that promoted this very kind of judgemental literalistic thinking.
The remainder of my insensitivity I take full responsibility for. At the same time I genuinely feel for the individuals who are going through the after effects of this crash, including JWs themselves.