There are few things more exciting than a young, loving family building a life together. That’s the stage of life that Chanece Samuel, John Parker, and Bryanna Brewster were in.
Unfortunately for the trio, their chance to continue to grow with one another tragically came to an end last week, when a car they were driving veered off of the road.
The 2017 Chevy Malibu sped off of Interstate 20 East near Augusta and struck a tree. Almost instantly, the car was engulfed in flames, taking the life of all three of its occupants.
It’s believed that Samuel, who was Brewster’s mother, was driving the car at the time of the accident. It is unclear at this moment as to what caused the vehicle, or its driver, to lose control that day. The incident occurred in the middle of the afternoon during a clear day, providing little explanation as to what may have gone wrong. An investigation is ongoing.
Samuel was 36 years old, Parker was 29, and Brewster was just seven.
Parker’s family provided some heartfelt context when describing how their relative was valued in life. His mother spoke about John’s motivation to get his Georgia state contracting license, which would open up new opportunities for him.
Parker’s brother painted a vivid picture of what John’s personality was like.
“John made friends everywhere he went and was a truly loyal and honest friend,” his brother stated. “His brutal honesty had an uncanny way of establishing new and maintaining old relationships in many different careers, cities, and industries.” Via Yahoo.com
Parker’s mother also described how the little girl liked to pass her time.
“She loved to ride her bike and scooter and travel with her mom and dad,” Nora George said. Via Yahoo.com
There are no words to communicate the level of grief that’s felt when an entire family tragically passes away in an accident on the road. Having seen these incidents before, Rafi Law Firm has the understanding and resources to help during this time of need. Their phone number is (404) 800-9933 with offices all over the state of Georgia.