Student dies in car crash

نسبة الخسارة في بيع وشراء ليرات ذهب By Bill Shaner, News Staff

here Scott Herr, an 18 year old freshman engineering major from Canton, died in a car accident early New Year’s Day. اسعار الاسهم اليوم في سوق أبوظبي Mr.’ Herr was going back to his girlfriend’s house after watching the ball drop in Buffalo, N.Y. At roughly 1:15 am on route 400 in Elma, N.Y., the car rolled off the side of the road and hit a tree. Mr. Herr was ejected from the passenger seat and pronounced dead on the scene, according to New York State Police trooper Thomas Hathaway, a first-responder’ to the accident.

follow site ‘It had to have been icy up there and speed was an issue,” he said. ‘They probably caught a piece of ice when they were changing lanes and she just lost it and went off the road. It probably rolled three or four times before the driver’s side door hit a tree.

go to site Mr.’ Herr’s girlfriend, Ashley Hill, a Northeastern freshman, was driving. Mary Gangloff, 19, and Emily Gangloff,’ 15, friends of Ashley, were also in the car. Emily Gangloff was partially ejected from the car and is in intensive care. Hill and Gangloff’s sister were not seriously hurt, Hathaway said.

click here Hill has not yet returned to Northeastern and could not be reached for comment. No drug or alcohol abuse was involved, according to Hathaway. Mr. Herr was a Dean’s list student his first semester. Prof. Candice Martel taught him in his Introduction to Engineering class and was also his academic adviser.

go here ‘He was a great kid and an excellent student,’ she said. ‘He had the highest mark in my class.’

here Mr. Herr’s father, Joseph Herr, said that he was proud of his son’s academic ambitions.

go ‘He was going for civil engineering but after he planned to go to law school,’ he said. ‘He wasn’t 100 percent sure what he wanted to do but he liked law and liked engineering. He figured that at some point those degrees would get him a position somewhere.’ Dr. Douglas Dias, Canton High School’s principle, also attested to’ Mr. Herr’s skills as a student and leader.

أين بيع الأسهم في الامارات ‘Scott was incredibly responsible,’ he said. ‘He was responsible not only for himself but for his friends as well. He was a leader. As a result, his class and the faculty recognized him at graduation. He was one of two students to receive The Paul Matthews Senior Cup, an award recognizing his contributions to scholarship, sportsmanship and service to the community. He was a great young man.’ Mr.’ Herr was a member of National Honor Society and an active member of the school community,’ his father said. He was a varsity hockey and baseball player. He played soccer but gave it up his senior year to focus on academics. He did broadcasting for cable T.V. as well. Instead of playing, he did the play-by-play for the varsity soccer games.

enter His senior year the varsity hockey team made it to the state championship game, played at T.D. Garden,’ Dias said. At Northeastern, Mr.’ Herr was actively involved with wiffleball.

الخيارات الثنائية الشهادات التداول ‘When I think of Scott now, I think of wiffleball,’ Herr said. ‘He loved playing wiffleball over there. He was captain of a team.’

webbutvecklare jobba hemifrån Mr.’ Herr’s’ parents’ established a scholarship, the Scott M. Herr Loyal Scholarship Fund, to be awarded through Canton High School. Herr said the scholarship would be awarded to this year’s seniors and that they would look for applicants that mirrored Mr.’ Herr’s achievements and personality.

‘We’ll be looking for people with the same type of spirit Scott had,’ he said. ‘Someone who’s positive, unselfish, good at academics, good in athletics and a quiet leader.’

Student officers in Mr.’ Herr’s class worked with Dias to put on a vigil commemorating Herr at a local church last Tuesday. Students put together a slideshow and’ more than 400 people attended, Dias said.

‘This is a fairly small town and a fairly tight knit group of residents,’ Dias said. ‘I went to the funeral and the wake and it was obvious that he was a much-loved person.’

Herr said that his son will be a missed member of the community.

‘Scott was a great kid,’ his father said. ‘He was unselfish, athletic, academic and involved in the community. He was just a very outgoing kid. He was quiet but he really touched a lot of lives.’

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