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There are many more details. This link shows most of them with better pictures. Note that Jane is still in the car as the firemen rush over to put out the fire before they try to get her out. Their friend in the back seat crawled out through the window and is seen in the grassy area. This can be hard to take but it's what actually happened. I am hoping that she is unconscious here and not gasping for clean air as the smoke and fire approach her. The driver had lung problems from the smoke as she now tries to recover with multiple bone breaks and cracked ribs. Jane got the worst of whatever violent forces were present before rescue workers were allowed to try to get her out. I pray that she didn't know what happened to her. I am so sorry that I couldn't be there to help her and protect her.
Dear janie, I will miss you more than you can know- our long talks on the porch at Maggie Valley and our nice rides in the rain and Sun going there and back, I have always held a special place in my heart for you as I know you know. Now their is a void the size of Texas!!!
A very special friend and mentor you have been to me and to your family- God bless you and all your family- hugs to Walk from us too!! Joan and Barney (Walter) Jennings There will never be anyone like you Jane in my book!!!!
I looked at it Walt. I see what you mean, and I hope what you hope.
I also heard your words Walt, and what I heard was a man that will return from the brink.
I am speechless. I just found out about your loss on Jack's Blog.
I don't know what I can say that will lessen your pain on your great loss. Even though I never met you, and I have been on and off on the forum, I felt you and Janie were my brother and sister on wheels.
God bless you and you are in my prayers!
Words can't express my sympathy for you and your family. I pray for strength for you and hope you find comfort in your wonderful memories of your life together.
Walt, I am very sorry and we are thinking of you. No need to respond.
I only "knew" you and Jane through the about.com forum and a little through this forum. Still, it was clear to me that jane was a special and kind spirit--someone who always stood out. I always enjoyed reading about your trips and the happenings at Maggie Valley.
Please know that you are in my prayers and that my heart is heavy thinking of you and your family's tremendous lost. May you find peace and joy in the memories...