January 24, 2021

Exotic sports car parade revs up Naperville boy’s 7th birthday

The raucous sounds of sports car engines revving, exhausts popping and police sirens wailing along Whispering Hills Drive in Naperville was music to Heather Campbell’s ears Saturday.

She and her husband, Andy Campbell, welcomed the cacophony that announced the arrival of a special exotic cars parade celebrating their son Harrison’s seventh birthday.



“All my son wanted for his birthday was to see a Lamborghini,” Heather said. “Never in a million years could I have imagined this.

“I’m so grateful and humble and blessed for the kindness. I’m so overwhelmed.”

After a week of social media sleuthing, hitting the pavement and several phone calls, Heather Campbell connected with Lamborghini owners Tanya Chavez and Jeff Mayeri of south Naperville and got leads on a few other owners of the Italian sports car.

“The best part of owning the car — even more than just driving it — is the smile this car

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Girl struck by family car at her 2nd birthday party in West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach police do not plan to press criminal charges in the death of Eileen Tomas-Perez on Tuesday in a parking lot along 45th Street.

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| Palm Beach Post

WEST PALM BEACH – Little Eileen Tomas-Perez came to church Tuesday night to celebrate her second birthday, but she never got inside.

West Palm Beach police say the toddler wandered in front her family’s car and was struck. She died on her birthday. 

According to police, about 8 p.m. Tuesday, the family’s 2012 Chevrolet Cruze stopped in the lot of 1709 45th Street to unload four people. Eileen walked from the passenger side to the front of the car that her brother Allan, 20, was pulling forward.

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“Due to the short height of Eileen and the dark parking lot, Allan was not

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Oklahoma Man Dies After Being Hit by Car in Church Parking Lot On His 85th Birthday

facebook Dr. Clyde Cain

An Oklahoma man was tragically killed in an accident outside of his church on his 85th birthday.

Dr. Clyde Cain was leaving a Bible study at the First Baptist Church of Edmond on Tuesday morning when one of his friends accidentally hit him with his car, Fox 25 reported.

Edmond police told the outlet that Cain was a regular at the church’s Tuesday morning men’s prayer breakfast, which he was leaving when the driver did not see him and struck Cain with his vehicle.

The incident is currently under investigation, Fox 25 reported, and there is no evidence that the driver was impaired or had intent on hitting Cain. Police are reportedly investigating Cain’s death as an accident, but any charges would go through the District Attorney.

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