A Michigan woman and her two nine-year-old daughters have died after falling “intentionally” with the car they were driving to the Kalamazoo River last Monday, police sources have reported, investigating the case as an “incredible tragedy. That’s the question: Why,” police officer Karianne Thomas of the Kalamazoo Public Safety Department told The New York Times. “That’s what everyone wants to know. The family wants that answer. I don’t know if we’ll ever find it”.
According to the police statement, the officers found two girls walking down the street upset and looking for their uncle. Apparently, these two girls are also relatives of the woman and traveled in the car that “intentionally” fell into the river shortly before the event, but authorities are investigating what relationship they had with the deceased woman and girls. Allegedly, the woman had asked these two girls to get out of the car and gave them a phone and told them before leaving to call their uncle. All this would have happened near the boat ramp by which the mother allegedly threw itself into the river but the police are investigating all the circumstances of this event, which still has many “holes”.