A enjoyable spring break journey become a tragedy for a younger Chicago girl and her mates.
As RadarOnline.com has realized, Mariah Michelle Logan was celebrating the final moments of her Miami trip when she was trampled by a automobile and killed.
The 23-year-old and her buddies have been driving to the Miami Worldwide Airport at round four:43 a.m. on Sunday, when Logan rolled down the proper rear passenger window to take in the previous few rays of Florida sunshine.
“Bye, Miami!” she yelled whereas “hanging out” of the automobile window. Based on the Miami Herald these have been her ultimate phrases.
One way or the other, Logan misplaced her steadiness and fell out the window. As she lay on the busy freeway, she was run over by a Vary Rover. The person driving initially stopped when he felt the affect, however rapidly sped off with out leaving any data.
Authorities are investigating Logan’s dying as a site visitors murder and have but to verify if alcohol performed a component within the freak accident.
After Logan’s dying, her household and mates spoke about their grief, including that they have been nonetheless in disbelief over the horrific flip of occasions.
“I’m nonetheless grieving,” Logan’s pal Kenyatta Burch instructed the Miami Herald. “I misplaced my finest pal, my sister. Blood can not make us nearer.”
Logan’s boyfriend of 1 yr, Ray Olden, additionally stated he was “devastated” by the younger girl’s tragic passing.
“It’s not actual but,” he stated. “There’s simply silence within the air.”
The 2 had one other journey deliberate in August and have been already mapping out the subsequent 5 years of their lives.
Logan was a psychological well being technician on the Ann Kiley Residential Heart in Waukegan earlier than her dying.
“The way in which it occurred, it’s not straightforward to simply accept an individual going out like that. She was an angel,” Logan’s sister, Xylina Griffin, instructed ABC 7 Chicago. She stated that at this level, the household is simply making an attempt to get her physique again residence.