April 20, 2015
When tragedy hits home it makes it very clear that sad and unbelievable acts can happen to the people we know. The weather and storms have caused floods and other effects that have left people in various stages of disrepair. Now, a well known retired teacher and community involved citizen in Cincinnati died during the storms when a tree crushed her car.
Jacqueline Carr and called Jackie by her friends. Carr was known for her community service and commitment to song and choir has died. Carr, “65-year-old woman was killed after a tree crushed her car in Bond Hill Saturday afternoon, according to police.
The tree fell on top of Jacqueline Carr’s Chevrolet Impala as she was driving northbound on Reading Road around 3:40 p.m. Sunday, according to police,” reported by Cincinnati news.
The loss of her commitment and presence will be missed by so many. The phones in Cincinnati are ringing telling friends and family of the fatality of Carr.
So often we hear of tragedy that does not directly effect us. Yet every incident someone is touched by the tragedy. The accidental loss of one being has an impact on the community as Carr’s death has revealed. I as many others state Rest in Peace Ms. Carr and we thank you for your contributions!