Beth Ramsey
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"At twenty-two, my daughter Beth [Flight Attendant] died in an automobile crash. She and the young man [Matt Darrington] who had become dear to her were in their way to one of Chicago's art museums in the middle of the day on Friday, January 8, 1992. They pulled into the freeway and a truck sideswiped them. As horrible as Beth's death was, it was an accident." [DOIpg26]
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#2
She passed away literally a mile away from where I grew up.

The area where her car crashed is dangerous during the winter.. Everyone trying to get on the interstate, merging is a nightmare.
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#3
Chicago in January sounds like a good place to stay inside.
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#4
(03-20-2017, 06:12 PM)jameson245 Wrote: Chicago in January sounds like a good place to stay inside.


Lol oh it is, believe me Tongue. Miserable!!
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#5
Older daughter's autopsy released
By STEVEN K. PAULSON
Associated Press

February 22, 1997

Boulder police released the autopsy report on John Ramsey's older daughter Friday, showing the woman died as a result of injuries from a car accident.

Police said the report on Elizabeth Ramsey's death is irrelevant to their investigation of the murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey.

"It is unconscionable that some media factions have chosen, irresponsibly, to speculate publicly on contents of the death report, and in so doing have caused renewed grief for friends and family members of the deceased," Boulder police Commander John Eller said in a statement.

According to the report, Elizabeth Ramsey, 22, suffered internal injuries, bruises and a fractured right arm in a car wreck in Burr Ridge, Ill., on Jan. 8, 1992.

The woman also had a number of surgical incisions, including a 15-by-20-inch cut from her chest to her abdomen, as doctors fought to save her life.

The autopsy report was sealed by the Cook County, Ill., coroner as a routine procedure after Boulder police included it in their investigation.

JonBenet, the 1995 Little Miss Colorado, was found dead in the family's Boulder home Dec. 26. An autopsy report indicates she was strangled, beaten and possibly sexually assaulted.

All the search warrants and affidavits in the JonBenet case have been sealed. Boulder County District Judge Diane MacDonald put off a decision Friday on whether they should stay sealed.

Prosecutors want the warrants sealed because they said the Ramseys have not been eliminated as suspects in their daughter's murder. It was the first public document in which an official connected with the case has included the Ramseys among the suspects.

Police spokesman Kelvin McNeill said police still have not interviewed John and Patsy Ramsey and said no formal, separate interviews have been scheduled.
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#6
Umm wow. They felt the need to release Beth's autopsy?? Unbelievable once again!
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