You may remember the story from about a year ago of the Coble family, where, on the I5 freeway, the three children pictured here were killed. The van their mother was driving was struck by a semi-truck, reportedly traveling at an excessive speed.
TRAGIC LOSS: Emma, 4, Katie , 2, and Kyle , 5, were killed in a auto accident with a big-rig on the south-bound lanes of the Santa Ana (I-5) Freeway in Mission Veijo.
PICTURE COURTESY OF THE FAMILY
The parents became involved in restructuring of laws concerning traffic of trucks on America’s highways.
Time has passed–almost a year now. Mom and Dad coped with their loss.
- And now, as of Wednesday night–almost a year to the date of the tragic loss of their children–God has blessed this strong couple, and she has given birth to triplets. Take a look at the happiness recorded in this link.
- My devotional blog is here.
3 replies on “From Deep Grief to Extravagant Joy”
i just got to know about this tragic incident yesterday .
i am from India and while surfing i just came across, and since then i am tremendously sad and cried somuch.
those three beautifyl children, there faces are just knocking my heart again and again.
please hug the mom and dad on my behalf if possibe and give all my love to them.
i really till date do not understand the law why it happens why can’t all of us live happily on this earth,
When i saw that they had tiplets and that also 2 daughters and one son within one year being an indian and believed in incarnation i felt that they never left their mom and dad they were with their mom and dad and reborn together.
they are non other that same three litttle sweet kids.
i hope they are fine happy healthy and wish them to live for 100 years.
please reply me back please convey my regards and love to coble family .
I was friends with Chris when he met Lori. I have followed their story and have been deeply saddened for their loss. It is great to see their work for improvements in the trucking industry and awesome that they have been blessed to be parents once again.
Tiffanie, welcome to my blog. Hope you’re here often.
Are you still in contact with this family? How are the babies?
Wow, that is so sad about how their kids were killed. And amazing that she had triplets! 2 girls and a boy at that…God is good…
Jen, isn’t that the greatest thing, that after the terrible loss, God gave them a set of triplets. In no way will the three new babies take the place of the ones who were killed, but I’m sure they will be a source of joy in their own rights.