One father “murdered” his toddler daughter and himself by ramming into the path of a truck on Father’s Day.
Company executive Ashley Henry, 35, and Orla, who turned 2 in April, have died. drive Home from a weekend vacation at the beach.
Initially, the tragedy was treated as a direct conflict.
The unit said it was not looking for anyone else in connection with the double deaths, adding that the truck driver was not a suspect.
It is known that the state of the collision was recorded on the drive recorder.
Oria’s mother, Rachel Reeder, is a global procurement officer for soft drink giant PepsiCo and starred in Channel 4’s dating show spin-off First Dates Hotel in 2020.
The 32-year-old was comforted by her parents at her home in the village of Broughton Astley, Leicestershire today.
Rachel’s mother, Judith, 65, said the family was too upset to comment.
Along with a picture of her smiling daughter, she wrote on Instagram, “The situation is being treated as a murder/suicide.
“Poor child, you were taken from me by evil powers. You were sick, and I was in charge of your life, and you were taken away in such a terrible way.”
“Oria, I’m sorry. I’m sorry I couldn’t protect you.
“My pain turns into purpose, I promise. I love you, see you in heaven, baby girl.”
A friend replied: “Horrible, how can you do this to an innocent child? It’s been on my mind all along, Rachel, and I can’t help but think of you guys.”
In an earlier post on social media platforms, Rachel told friends that her father and daughter had died in a car accident “on the way home from Skegness”.
On Facebook, Rachel reposted a police update confirming the investigation had become a homicide, posting the comment “my baby” and a crying heartbreak emoji.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/22768156/dad-ashley-henry-killed-daughter-ora-smashing-car-lorry/ Father Ashley Henry, 35, Channel 4 star mum ‘killed 2-year-old daughter by crashing car into truck’, pays tribute to ‘my baby’