A mother in Michigan grieving the death of her 10-month-old daughter she accidentally ran over wants to help a family in need.
She wants to donate the SUV that took her daughter’s life to a loving family who could use transportation, according to an interview mother Symone Stewart did with WJBK just over a week after the tragic incident.
Stewart was moving her Ford Explorer in the driveway of her mother’s house as she prepared to wash it when the incident happened. The mother didn’t realize that her daughter, Jada, who had just learned to walk, had wandered into the driveway. Family members alerted Stewart as soon as the impact occurred, but the baby could not be revived after being rushed to a nearby hospital.
Stewart said she feels like she’s living in a nightmare, and images from the accident keep replaying in her mind. She wants to donate the car because she’s afraid to drive it and it reminds her of the accident. She hopes the car can benefit a family in need, so something good can come out of her family’s loss.
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