Nov. 14– PORTLAND– Authorities continue to examine a head-on crash on Nov. 5 that took the life of a 51-year-old Main Street lady. On the other hand, stunned by the loss of Traci Lyn Carey, family and friends have rallied to arrange a Go Fund Me page to help assist Carey’s 2 children.
Carey died when her cars and truck was struck head-on by a vehicle driver who crossed over into her lane on the Glastonbury Turnpike near the crossway of Apple Tree Lane, according to authorities. The other motorist, who has been identified as Adam Lopez, stays a client in Hartford Health center.
He was listed in reasonable condition Friday early morning, police stated. Advertisement Lopez, who authorities said did not have a license, was driving a Honda Accord he had actually apparently obtained when it struck Carey’s northbound Honda Fit. Lopez was pulled from the burning wreckage of his automobile by Officer D. J. Brown, who fought through thick smoke and flames to rescue him. Authorities stated Friday they believe Lopez is in his late 30s or early 40s which his last known address was in Hartford. In the wake of the mishap, a group of Traci Carey’s pals launched the effort to offer a step of assistance from Carey’s children, Nicole, 22, and Tarrah, 21. Joining together under the name”Friends of the Carey Family,”the buddies have actually set an objective of $ 25,000 to assist the ladies. Since Friday afternoon, the fund had actually gotten almost $ 15,000 in donations. The death of their mom is a twice as terrible occasion for the two young women. Their father, Mark Carey, died of cancer in 2005.
Nancy DeGroff, a Berlin citizen, said her child Olivia has actually been good friends with Nicole– whom she calls “Nikki”– given that first grade.
“She’s actually a wonderful girl,” DeGroff stated during a telephone interview Friday.
DeGroff explained Carey as “a lovely woman” who kept “a warm, safe home” for her daughters.
On the Go Fund Me page, Carey is referred to as a “beautiful, loving mother … whose world focused on her children.”
As Olivia and Nikki Carey grew up together, DeGroff stated she constantly had “a warm spot for Nikki in my heart.”
As a student at Berlin High School, Nikki Carey made a four-year scholarship from the Berlin Kiwanis Club. She graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a degree in finance and is presently working for a financial investment firm.
Tarrah Carey is a trainee at Central.
DeGroff said Nikki Carey has “a strong circle of friends” who are providing her with “emotional assistance.”
The 2 women are likewise drawing upon their paternal auntie for assistance also.
On the Go Fund Me page, the pals who arranged the crowd-funding effort composed: “At this time when our world is filled with such uncertainty and discontent we hope you can help us reveal Nikki and Tarrah that there is also tremendous goodness and love.”
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