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06-10-2003, 10:03 AM
At the heels of Mak's death, another died last night along with her daughter as a result from a drunk driver...

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Jun 10, 2003 - Sulien
<strong>Another Tragedy</strong>

I am heartbroken to have to share this, especially on the heels of Makavelie's passing.

While they have not played in quite a while, Noitide (Laura) and Carott (Kellie) have been friends to many and still keep in touch with their EQ family.

Last night, Laura (Noitide) and her daughter were both killed in a collision with a drunk driver.

<strong>Kellie Wrote:</strong>
<em>Just remember her for a second if you could. Her constant chatting and scatter-brained ways. I smile when I do that. Its hard to do that now, but I try.</em>

We love you veggie. Our thoughts are with you.

Please feel free to leave thoughts on our message board.[/quote]

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06-10-2003, 10:14 AM
Terribly sad, both of them.

Nimphe Wildwood
06-10-2003, 10:54 AM
From a Povarian Druid to another; Noitide you will be missed by many.

Alyn Cross
06-10-2003, 12:58 PM
a shame, all of this. my thoughts are with both noitide and maka's families... =(

alyn cross
forces unknown

06-11-2003, 03:02 AM
This is getting spooky.
Not to take anything away from either tragedy. I didn't know any of the recently departed. Still, my heart goes out to both families, sincerely.
It's just strange. Two terrible incidents, impacting folks with toons on the same server within days of each other.
We've all heard the saying about things happening in "threes".

06-11-2003, 09:05 AM
It's all very sad, but when you cooperate in something with thousands of other people you have to expect this sometimes. I can say that I've heard of and known more people dying on different message boards related to another subject. It's always sad, and you always feel bad for the people and their families and friends, but then you realize how many people really die every day and go on amidst the mourning. You can't grow accustomed to it, but it makes you realize how precious and fragile a human life is.