Boy survives after jumping on vehicle from 30 ft, driver dead

Boy survives after jumping on vehicle from 30 ft, driver dead

Boy survives after jumping on vehicle from 30 ft, driver dead

According to Virginia State Police, the incident happened around 4:20 p.m. Saturday on I-66.

Geller says the driver of the Ford, 22-year-old Marisa W. Harris of Olney, died at the scene.

Harris was driving with her boyfriend, who reportedly grabbed the steering wheel from the passenger seat and brought the vehicle to the side of the highway after the impact.

The boy was taken to a local hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

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Pictured Marymount University grad student, Marisa Harris.Cruel irony: Marisa Harris graduate student studying clinical counseling who loved children. She'd recently returned from a trip to Budapest as part of a college course.

Virginia State Police are investigating an incident in which a pedestrian apparently fell onto a vehicle traveling on I-66, causing an accident that killed the driver of the auto. The front-seat passenger-her boyfriend-wasn't injured. They said she was fond of working with and helping children having severe behavioral problems.

It's not yet clear what compelled the boy to make the 30-foot drop, or how Virginia State Police knew that he had attempted suicide.

'She was fearless, she was absolutely fearless, ' told Marisa's father, Patrick Harris. 'She was loved by her friends, she was dearly loved by her family, she was admired by her peers, she was just a shining star'. She completed her undergraduate degree at Towson University in Towson, Maryland, where she graduated summa cum laude. She had an affinity for the outdoors and loved hiking, he said. "I miss her so much".

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