What's Trending: Remembering Rachel

Looka Lew, lookalew@nationenws.com

Added 25 March 2013


The Nation’s Online Editor Carol Martindale looks at What’s Trending in Barbados today. There are a number of readers who are today grieving with the family of the late Rachel Pilgrim, 19, who lost her life in an accident along Presod Boulevard, Harbour Road, St Michael, last Sunday. Yesterday, family and friends returned to the spot where Pilgrim died, to honour her memory. Raven Phoenix: “So sad. My condolences to all who are grieving. Death is never easy, no matter the circumstances.” Raymond Jones: “No one should be made to carry such a heavy load alone. it's nice she have her friends and family support. May her daughter's soul rest in peace.” Sharon Woolley: “So sad that a young life was wiped out so tragically, may she Rest In Peace.”


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