Still reeling from Hurricane Michael, Liberty County faces another tragedy in electrocution
A tragic electrocution accident took the lives of a beloved high school baseball coach and his wife while they were driving a boom truck to help get Liberty High School’s baseball field back in order after it was damaged during Hurricane Michael. Killed were Corey Crum and his wife Shana. Son Chase, 14, was also electrocuted but survived the terrible accident.
People sometimes don’t realize the dangers posed well after a storm has hit and exited the area. Many homeowners are injured from fallen lines and trees and while cleaning up and rebuilding.
Insurance Litigation Group (ILG) has boots on the street in the Panhandle area assisting home and business owners as well as supporting area not-for-profits with disaster recovery.
“Our hearts and prayers go out to the Crum family and the Bristol community,” said Michael Biberman, ILG,s managing partner. “We are here for the duration to assist in any way we can.”