Remembering Hannah. Her fate shouldn’t be repeated.

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Post from the National Safe Boating Council

National Safe Boating Council

Remembering Hannah. ❤️

On September 5, 2020, after a beautiful day of boating and swimming at a local beach, Hannah and three friends were returning to the marina in her 17′ open bow boat. It was around 4 p.m. on a perfectly calm sunny day and they were unaware of the extreme low tide compounded by a full moon the night before. Hannah was standing at the open windshield when the boat unexpectedly hit a sandbar. The sudden impact threw Hannah off the front of the bow and into the water. It happened so quickly that there was no time to prevent the boat from running her over. Tragically, Hannah passed away that night. Learn how the Ash family is turning this tragedy into a learning experience while also supporting young women ages 18-26 with useful tips and resources to become the best versions of themselves:
Inspired by Hannah #wavesofhope #onewaveatatime #safeboating #takeaction


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