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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Ayala Shulman killed by a car outside Camp Aguda Midwest


Ayala Shulman was walking down 68th Street about half a mile south of County Road 388 in Geneva Township around 12:11 am, when she was struck by a 2002 Toyota Camry driven by Charles Carrigan, 18, of Kalamazoo, according to the police.
Ayala Shulman was attending Camp Agudah Midwest in Michigan.

"During the investigation it was determined that the driver was traveling south on 68th Street, and was trying to find the M-43 Highway using his GPS device when he swerved to miss another pedestrian walking near the edge of the road with the victim," police said.

"As the driver swerved his vehicle, he struck the victim, who was walking on the road near the center line," police said.
Shulman was treated at the scene by South Haven Area Emergency Services, transported to South Haven Community Hospital and then airlifted to Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, according to the police report.

The sheriff's office said a witness told them he saw two women walking down 68 Street in the southbound lane and saw Shulman jumping into the next lane and then jumping back into the southbound lane, where she was hit.

"The victim was wearing black clothes," police said.
Police said speed and alcohol were not factors in the incident. Carrigan told deputies he was driving about 35 to 40 miles per hour in the 55 mile per hour zone and accident reconstruction confirmed that Carrigan was driving about 39 miles per hour.

 She was taken to the hospital, where she remained in critical condition until her Petira on Friday afternoon.
She is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Ari and Reva Shulman of Chicago.

The Levaya will be held on Motzei Shabbos in South Haven, at 10:30PM. On Sunday morning at 8:45AM at Joan Dachs Bais Yaakov 3200 W. Peterson Ave, Chicago, Newark airport at 7:00PM on Sunday afternoon.
Phone number for hookup to Chicago Levaya is 712-432-0175 -pin code123465.
The Kevura will take place in Bait Shemesh.
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