I saw this on Facebook. Apparently a news reporter was killed when a car she was driving crashed into a wall and burst into flames. Her friends posted a photo. I knew she was a great and kind person who was going to make a difference in her community so I donated to her family.
The news reporter was identified as an aspiring journalist who was a recent graduate of the college where she died. As a result of her death, the school has a memorial fund in her name. But it’s unfortunate because her friends had the misfortune to have her killed in the act of doing her job.
the reporter was an aspiring news reporter who had graduated from the college where she died. As a result of her death, the school has a memorial fund in her name. But its unfortunate because her friends had the misfortune to have her killed in the act of doing her job.
What the story really shows is that the deaths are often the result of accidents. Which is why we can’t help but think that the road to a life of crime is paved with stupidity. Still, if I had to put money on it, I’d say that the reporter was not even trying to do her job. Which means that the police were on top of things. For the sake of anyone who knew her, that’s probably why she was never charged.
The police had a few theories as to what may have caused her death. The first, was that she’d become a bit obsessed with her career and didn’t notice when she was going to be killed. That’s a sure sign that you’ve got a tendency for this sort of thing. The second theory is that she was driving too fast. Which is a classic no-win situation.
The police also think that the accident might have been caused by a car that was speeding and hit a curb. This could explain why death was so quick. Of course, in the real world, cops are usually too busy searching for a suspect to stop a car that was speeding.
I can’t imagine a more fitting end for a news reporter. There is so much potential for a good story, and so little actual chance that one will happen. But I have to say that I’m happy for her.
Not all good stories are created equal. I love a good police/law enforcement story, and I also love a good car accident story. But you never know when one or the other will happen.
It’s a good thing for all of us that the story of the death of a local news reporter is over.
I wish everyone who dies in a car crash would have a moment of silence in the middle of the street, at the very least, so that the grieving parties can do what they need to and move on.