The woman named Ashley Paul just rested this morning. She will be reminisced not because of the way she died but she will be recalled for her devotion and her essence her family, friends and to all the other people that surrounds her.
The woman from Sicklerville who was only 20 years of age before she died was unfavorably hurt last June 9 while she was on the road driving an all-terrain vehicle in a space in Bear Creek, Luzerne County alongside the Pennsylvania Turnpike’s Northeast Extension. After 20 days of being critically hurt, she unfortunately died already.
Ashley Paul is a woman who was a graduate in the year 2010 at the Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees. According to the head coach of the Eastern’s field hockey team, Danyle Heilig, Ashley was a very diligent, very optimistic and a pleasing young lady. She became a part of the hockey team when she was at her freshman year but unfortunately, she did not continue it. What she did was she volunteered herself in the sport where she became active at Voorhees Middle School. The head coach also added that she really made a lot of help in the said sport because it was really means for her to be able to support the sport that has a meaning to her life and that she cherished.
Ashley Paul was also one of the contestants who contested at the Eastern’s cross country and track and field teams. She was studying that time at the Camden County College.
The police authorities of the state of Pennsylvania, the all-terrain vehicle or ATV of Ashley Paul hit numerous rocks and trees close to a cliff that is overseeing the turnpike. Because of the incident, Ashley Paul suffered from a major trauma in her head.
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