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Friday my mother in law was involved in a accident... A young lady 19 according to state troopers was doing about 70 mph,it was raining and she lost control, I guess she overcorrected and in a curve my mother in law struck her car in the door area... The young lady did not survive, please pray for her family.... My mother in law has broken ankles and heal bones among bruises and cuts with stitches and alot of pain.... This was on a one lane curvey stretch of Hwy. with a bayou on one side, it could have been worse if more traffic had been involved.... Looks like a few months of no walking and being in a rehab Hospital with a CNA nurse in our future ... Thanks for any prayers that can be sent our way, and for the young lady's family

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My prayers go out to your family and the family of the young lady who lost her life in the accident. Things like this make us all realize how fragile our lives can be. The healing will begin but will never be over. I just hope the happy memories can ease the pain somewhat.

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Definitely sent for all involved.

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Ditto Warren, very sad indeed. Unfortunately youngsters today seem to think that learning to operate the controls of a car is driving, and that makes for dangerous situations. I hope that your mother-in-law makes a speedy recovery.


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Prays going out for both, your Mother-in Law and Family. And the young lady that passed and her family. At 19, her young life was just starting.
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You can count on my prayers as well. Where did this happen Warren?
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That is so sad. I have two daughters, and losing a child is the worst thing that can happen in a family, and a parent's greatest fear. Very sorry to hear about your mother-in-law, too. Thank God she survived. I will pray for them all.


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