9-year-old Maine girl killed

9-year-old Maine girl killed in thunderstorm identified
9-year-old Maine girl killed in thunderstorm identified

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A 9-year-old girl who was killed Thursday when a tree fell on her family’s car at Sebago Lake Family Campground in Standish, Maine, has been identified as Hallie Oldham.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has released her identity and clarified some details of the incident in a statement released Saturday.

At the time of the accident, Haley, of Poland, Maine, was sitting in a car with her younger sister and mother, Jennifer Oldham, as the family prepared to leave camp to escape a thunderstorm, officials said.

Two large pines were then uprooted in the storm, one hitting the canopy of Oldhams’ wagon and crushing their truck, and the other falling into the car that Haley was in with her mother and sister.

“Given the extent of the destruction inflicted on Oldham’s vehicles and their camp, this horrific tragedy also proved to be a miracle that the rest of the family survived this accident,” the officials said.

In her obituary, Haley was described as “intelligent, athletic, caring and kind-hearted”. She loved reading, running, swimming, camping, and played on the football and basketball teams.

“Haley always saw the best in everyone and was kind to every person or animal she came into contact with,” says the obituary.

Her dream was to become a veterinarian and help all animals.

If Haley isn’t into sports, she can be found playing games or just outside with her sister Kylie and her family.

Halle loved ice cream, had a sweet tooth, and loved making brownies.

GoFundMe was set up to support her family, with 686 donors raising $53,236 as of Monday morning.

According to the fundraiser, Haley was a fourth-grader at the Polish Community School this fall.