Wednesday, July 13, 2005

"Woman, 7 kids lose 'perfect' man"

From the Clarion Ledger (Gannett) in Jackson, MS. Tragic. This was the second head-on train collision in MS in about two weeks:
A widow with seven children, Genny Cain had prayed for the "perfect" man to find her. And he did.On Sunday, five weeks after their wedding, she lost him, too — her second husband in three years.

Mark Cain, 52, was one of four people killed when two freight trains collided Sunday morning in Yazoo County. He was the engineer on one of two Canadian National Railroad trains that crashed in the Anding community head-on.

Although Jenny Cain lives in Kosciusko, home-schooling her children on a farm that offers eggs and goat's milk for sale, she had been planning to build a place in nearby Sallis — on her new husband's land.

My heart goes out to this family.

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