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Cassidy Murray Obituary Milton MA – Boating Accident

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Cassidy Murray was a 13 years old girl who was a seventh-grader at Massachusetts’ Buckingham Browne and Nichols School. She was surrounded by love from her friends, family, and neighbors. She was dazzling and attractive, everyone adored her, and her manners were impeccable.

Her classmate recalls her as an excellent student who was always willing to help in any situation. She was always available anytime they required assistance. She was also a talented athlete who excelled in sports such as hockey and gymnastics.

A 13-year-old Milton girl was killed in an accident while on a vacation with her family in Aruba. Her heartbroken relatives say she perished in a watercraft accident while on this vacation.

Cassidy Murray was identified as the victim on Wednesday evening, according to her family and her school, Buckingham Browne & Nichols.

Cassidy Murray
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According to a letter written to the Buckingham Browne & Nichols School community in Cambridge and obtained by McClatchy News, Cassidy Murray was killed in an accident in Aruba on March 23.


Cassidy spent her vacation in Aruba with her family. They were participating in adventure sports and engaging in a variety of games. Then disaster struck, as she was boating in the river when she was involved in an accident and fell off the boat. She was thrown into the river by a violent jerk while boating, and she drowned.

Her parents were heartbroken and inconsolably saddened by her untimely death. As a result, they were unable to save her. This horrible event ruined everyone’s life.

Her family stated in a statement, “Cassidy’s beautiful spirit, genuinely kind heart, bright mind, and joyful zest for life will be profoundly missed by all who knew and loved her.”

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Eastwood Christian is a staff writer at Abtc.ng. Eastwood has been profiling celebrities for the past two decades and has several awards to his credit.

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