A lady driving on a Virginia expressway was killed Saturday when a 12-year-old kid bounced off a bridge and arrived on her auto in a presumed suicide endeavor.
The unidentified jumper tumbled from above I-66 in Fairfax County around 4:15 p.m., striking the driver’s side of Marisa Harris’ Ford Escape, as indicated by Virginia State Police.
Harris, a 22-year-old from Maryland, was articulated dead at the scene after her sweetheart, who was in the traveler’s seat and stayed uninjured, took control of the auto and controlled it to security.
The kid is being dealt with forever undermining wounds, and police said they are examining the bounce as a suicide endeavor.
Harris’ mom revealed to WUSA that her little girl was concentrate to help kids who are fighting dejection. She said that it was “amusing” that Harris passed on when a kid she could have encouraged purportedly attempted to take his own particular life.
The mother told the station that Harris had graduated summa cum laude from Towson University and was learning at a graduate emotional well-being advising program at Marymount University.