Thursday, February 5, 2015


On February 4th, 2015 a Mercedes SUV was involved in a train crash. 49 year old, Ellen Brody, mother of three was in the SUV and was killed in Valhalla, New York. Brody was driving and the rail crossing crashed on the back of her car. She stepped outside of the car and went to check if the car had been damaged. She drove forward a couple of feet, unaware of the incoming train and the car was hit and exploded, killing Brody and five passengers on the train.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Fly, Fly, Die, Die.

The police officer was driving home, ready to come home from a long day at work. Some crazy person drove by fast, maybe 100 mph. He stopped and followed the car to Misener Bridge. The man got out of the car and walked to the passenger's side door. The man identified as John Nicholas Jonchuck Jr. grabbed his daughter, Phoebe Jonchuck and threw her over the bridge, 60 feet into the water. He ran to his car as fast as a cheetah and drove off.
Five year old, Phoebe Jonchuck was thrown off a sixty foot bridge into the water by her father on January 8th, 2015 .25 year old, John was later pulled over by the Manatee County Sheriff's Deputies about half an hour later. Phoebe was located an hour later and brought to All Children's Hospital and was pronounced dead at 2:44 a.m. Thursday morning."That any child's life would end as Phoebe's did — at the hands of her own parent — is terrible beyond words," the report stated. 

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Zig. Zag. Crush. Pain

Ronni and Bryce skied faster and faster by the second. Four more skiers joined them and they stopped near the Ski Team's European Training base. The ground shook as the big boulders of ice fell on Ronnie and Bryce. The four that were with them skied away as fast as a cheetah, but Ronnie and Bryce were left there, buried under the snow.
Ronnie Berlack and Bryce Astle loved skiing. Ronnie was 20 years old and a U.S ski athlete and Bryce was 19, from Sandy, Utah. On Monday, January 5th, 2015 in Soelden, Austria there was an avalanche killing both guys, leaving them buried under the snow. Ronnie, Bryce and four other U.S athletes were skiing on a trail near the Ski Team's European training base. The four others were able to escape. There were no coaches there with them at the time. People nearby tried to dig them out, but it was too late.