Fatal Accident in Georgia Claims Life of Beloved Pastor Andrew Pray

Locals in Dallas, Georgia are anxious to learn exactly what caused the accident that took the life of a beloved worship pastor, Andrew Pray recently. At the time of this report, exact details had yet been released as to what caused a charter bus to strike the pastor’s bicycle near Red Top Mountain State Park. This fatal accident has disturbed the community and shaken the members of the church where he served.

The 31-year-old man was an enthusiastic cyclist and an influential member of West Ridge Church. The church has established a memorial fund to aid in the expenses associated with losing a loved one suddenly. At last report, friends and family were still waiting for the investigation to release details concerning the circumstances that led to the accident. The pastor is survived by many loved ones, including his wife and three children.

Whenever a loved one is struck down in the prime of life, there are many questions that need to be answered. The first is typically to ask how such an incident could have happened and if it was avoidable. The family understandably wants to know if such an incident was truly an accident, or if some sort of negligence took place that led to the fatality.

Unfortunately no amount of compensation will erase this fatal accident form the lives and minds of the family and friends left behind. However, for the continuing stability of the family, there may be a need to pursue monetary support to cover medical, financial and emotional distress. An unexpected loss can leave the remaining family with a financial deficit due to loss of income. Georgia laws often protect such families by allowing them to seek compensation through the filing of a wrongful death lawsuit in civil court.

Source: Examiner.com, “Cycling death claims life of pastor in Georgia,” Radell Smith, Nov. 24, 2012

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