Brian Wood

September 17, 2010 by Post Team 

Brian Wood, Brian Wood End According to reports, brain, wood was the final act to stop and turn your car – an act which the police say, to avoid a frontal collision, saving the lives of his wife, Erin and unborn child as news of the tragedy spread messages of support to the family poured into the Web sites and Internet forums, many have been forced to act, the value of timber and sacrifice to save his family Family and friends created by Brian Wood Memorial Trust where fans can donate to help Erin Wood and his family through this in person, make a deposit, “Brian Wood Memorial Trust” in all branches of the North Shore Credit Union in the Lower Mainland.

Brain Erin Wood said the situation was aware of the decision taken at the time. He said he took the car in that direction could be saved from the brain of dead wood in the damage of the movement because the accident was very serious, Brian Wood, 33, was a designer of “Company of Heroes Game Company online. This game has not yet been published and will be in the market very soon. He served there as chief designer. Erin Wood is expected to give birth Nov. 5 Erin said the driver of the Chevrolet Blazer was changing his shirt during the accident. The police found heroin, cocaine, marijuana, syringes and a gun Chevy Blazer.

Donations can be made online at or in person, make a deposit, “Brian Wood Memorial Trust” in all branches of the North Shore Credit Union controls the Lower Mainland B can also be sent to North Shore Credit Union Blvd 3059 Edgemont. , North Vancouver, BC 2N5, V7R. All checks payable to “Brian Wood Memorial Trust Meanwhile, the Washington State Patrol said the pilot of 21 years, an SUV will face three counts of automobile homicide in connection with the crash of wood and two passengers were killed accident Jeep. Investigators believe the driver was under the influence of drugs at the time.

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