Jude Strickland Obituary – A 11-year-old kid hit by a pickup truck in Hamilton on Tuesday has kicked the bucket from his wounds.
Hamilton Police say Jude Strickland, who was strolling home from school when he was struck around 3:20 p.m. by a vehicle traveling south on Upper Gage Ave. at Royal Vista Dr., died in a neighborhood medical clinic on Thursday.
Const. Krista-Lee Emst, a media relations representative, said Jude was crossing at a convergence with an intersection monitor when a driver of a truck supposedly ran a red light and hit the young man.
Jude’s father, Jamie Strickland, common the family’s misery on Facebook on Thursday.
“Our dear, sweet Jude died, soon after 12 PM earlier today. This is the most deplorable thing we have ever experienced. Only this previous Tuesday morning we were scooping snow together before school, and now he is gone,” Strickland composed.
“All through the entirety of this, we have felt the proximity of our God. Eventually it is God who is supporting us. We don’t comprehend this unpleasant fortune He has sent our direction, yet through tears, we state, ‘The Lord gave, the Lord has removed — favored be the name of the Lord.'”
Strickland said he and his family have been moved by the overflowing of help they’ve gotten.
“We are appreciative stunning for all your adoration and backing over these previous days. We read every one of your messages and are appreciative for them, regardless of whether we don’t react,” he said.
“We are discovering comfort in the way that Jude is currently with Jesus, and has gone into the delight of his Master. At some point, by confidence, we will be going to be with him once more.”
Alex Johnstone, seat of the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board, given an explanation on the misfortune.
“We are profoundly disheartened to discover that a 11-year-old Templemead understudy has passed on from his wounds after a car crash. Words bomb us as we express our sympathy for what Jude Strickland’s family and adored one are experiencing. Our considerations are with them,” Johnstone composed.
Brandon Aubert, 28, of Hamilton, has been accused of hazardous driving causing passing.
This is Hamilton’s fourteenth traffic casualty of 2020.
Anybody with data in regards to this casualty is asked to call the Collision Reconstruction Unit at 905-546-4753 or 905-546-4755.