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Principal of Sunapee High School daughter killed by a fallen tree

The Sunapee School District has identified a woman who died when a falling tree crashed into her SUV during a storm on Wednesday. Mary Moynihan, 22, died when her Toyota Rav4 crashed into a tree. on Route 11 near Trow Hill Road around 6:30 pm Wednesday. daughter of Sunapee Middle/High Principal Sean Moynihan, according to Superintendent Russell Holden. with we deeply regret to inform you of the recent loss of our school community. Sean and Amy Moynihan last night daughter Mary died tragically,” Holden wrote. in letter to parents.Mary Moynihan is a recent graduate. of university of Peter T. Paul College of New Hampshire of business and economics and was returning from work at Fidelity Investments when she was stabbed and killed. “It’s very, very small communitySunapi resident Michael Grimes said. of people know each other here.” Holden said the school’s crisis intervention team can help students who need or want help cope with loss. “We are saddened by the loss of our school. community and will make every effort to help you and your child, how are you need”Holden wrote. The intersection was closed. for A few hours later, by Thursday morning, the roads were reopened.

The Sunapee School District has identified a woman who died when a falling tree hit her SUV during a storm on Wednesday.

Mary Moynihan, 22, died when her Toyota Rav4 crashed into a tree. on Route 11 near Trow Hill Road around 6:30 pm Wednesday.

Moynihan is daughter of Sunapee Middle/High Principal Sean Moynihan, according to Superintendent Russell Holden.

“It with we deeply regret to inform you of the recent loss of our school community. Sean and Amy Moynihan last night daughter Mary died tragically,” Holden wrote. in letter to parents.

Mary Moynihan is a recent graduate of university of Peter T. Paul College of New Hampshire of business and economics and was returning from work at Fidelity Investments when she was stabbed and killed.

“It’s very, very small communitySunapi resident Michael Grimes said. of people know each other here.”

Holden said the school’s crisis intervention team can help students who need or want help cope with loss.

“We are saddened by the loss of our school. community and will make every effort to help you and your child, how are you need”Holden wrote.

The intersection was closed for A few hours later, by Thursday morning, the roads were reopened.

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