Firth senior tackles for grief for her project

Alyx Wiseman, a senior at Firth High School, chose to explore grief. Her STAR event project with FCCLA is entitled H.O.P.E. which is an acronym for ‘Hold On—Pain Ends.’
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

The causes of grief are as abundant as the people grief effects.
“On Sept. 3, 2016, my world turned upside down when I heard about the death my best friend, Karla Gomez,” Firth senior Alyx Wiseman said.
The Bingham County Sheriff’s office surmised the accident was caused by distracted driving. Three persons were in the car. No one was wearing a seatbelt. Gomez was thrown out of the car through the back window. Karla’s 1-year-old daughter was left at her grandmother’s home and so survived her.
“When I learned about Karla’s death, I felt every single stage of grief all at once,” Wiseman said.
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