The friend confided to People Magazine:
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This is truly heartbreaking.
Mom blogger Jillian Meredith McCabe fell onto hard times when her husband, Matt McCabe, was diagnosed with MS and had to quit his job. She'd already been caring for their six-year-old autistic son London, and couldn't handle it anymore.
On Monday, the mother threw her son over the Yaquina Bay Bridge in Newport, Oregon, to his death, then called the police on herself.
This is so sad. And scary!
A 7-year-old child was struck and later died in South Los Angeles, California, this past Wednesday… by an ice cream truck.
The child was apparently following the truck on his electronic bicycle when he lost control.
Here's what an LAPD police officer said:
This is just about the worst thing we could ever imagine, which makes it even more shocking that it happened in real life.
A terrible discovery was found in Winnipeg, Canada, on Monday afternoon, and it's rocked the West Alexander area's U-Haul storage locker location.
Either three or four babies were found in one of the storage units there, and that number can't be fully ascertained because the bodies were in various states of decomposition.
Const. Eric Hofley said the bodies were
This is beyond sad.
Christian Faith Benge, a 16-year-old girl from Ohio, tragically died while walking through a haunted house called the Land of Illusion.
Unfortunately, Christian suffered from a pre-existing heart condition — she had trouble breathing and her heart was enlarged to four times its usual size. To make matters worse, Christian only had one lung.
Innocent until proven guilty…
Lacey Spears, the mom accused of keeping her son sick and eventually killing him with a lethal dose of sodium, has offered up a new theory over what might have poisoned Garnett.
According to newly completed court docs, the 26-year-old thinks that her 5-year-old may have actually killed himself by accident.
Garnett had lived throughout hospitals his whole life due to mystery illnesses, so it was nothing new when he was in treatment again for, what would turn out to be, the final time.
While denying being responsible for his Jan. 23rd death, Lacey said:
This video legitimately made us tear up.
What would have normally been the happiest day of Ryan Manning's life ended up having even more meaning.
That's because the groom got to share one final dance with his mom set to that famous ukulele version of Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
You see, Ryan's mom Mary Ann Manning had been battling cancer for months before the wedding, and succumbed to her disease just three days after the wedding video was recorded.
No matter how impossibly handsome John Stamos is, he still has to face the hard facts of life.
Sadly, he just lost his mother Loretta Stamos.
She was 75.