Tuesday, February 04, 2014

Plane crash in Bellevue

 Yesterday                    Photo: The Nashville Fire Department district chief says the pilot made a hard-right turn and saved many lives by avoiding the YMCA building and a nearby retirement home. Our thoughts are with all those affected by this tragedy. 

Story updated as we learn more: http://www.wsmv.com/story/24623347/crash-reported-near-bellevue-ymca (Photo via Linda Priddy)at\5pm
a plane crashed and kill everyone (4 people) on board at our local YWCA. 
Where the fire engines are parked is where Puppy usually parks his car. He works out in the new addition (the wall you see). 
Thanks be to God that I called him just as he was preparing to put on his tennis shoes and go work out. I need him to help with the back log for the fire as I was planning to rest before having to jump into the evening routine. As he was building the fire, I asked him if he would like to watch a movie with me, he thought for a few moments and said he was up to watch something with me. We began watching short comedies. Prince called and wanted to know if we could see the smoke from the hill as we were unaware of what had happen. It was a deary foggy day and visibility was impaired. We turned to the news and Puppy said in awe "that is where I usually part." 
The Kitty Justice is Puppy's Angel was on duty.

5 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Yes what a tragedy! Puppy's Angels were with him for sure. MB

Changes in the wind said...

Glad he is safe and sorry for the others.

Lee said...

That Angel certainly was on duty! Wow! That would shake you up.

How sad...very distressing for all concerned.

DUTA said...

'Puppy's angel was on duty" - your post's concluding sentence accurately brings out the tragedy and the miracle mentioned in this post.

Lady Di Tn said...

MB
It was very sad and yes his Angels were with him. Peace

Monica
Yes it was a miracle the way the events unfolded. The man, his wife, daughter and grand daughter were coming to a Cattleman convention at Opryland and all the folks who knew him said he was a very nice guy and would have gone out of his way to avoid the least amount of casualties. Peace

Lee
Yes the Angel was very much on duty or he would have been right there and the plane could have possibly hit him. The man flying the plane was an experience pilot and where he landed shown proved he was a compassionate one too because the only lost of life was him and his family. The Y is usually very crowded so it could have been a lot worse. Peace

Duta
So good to see you. I keep checking your blog but I have not seen any new ones lately. Yes it was a tragedy and miracle combined. Peace