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© Jesse Nicole
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This is Brenda Wheeler. Brenda's 11-year-old son Andy has just died in a horrible crushing accident at the farm her husband works at directly across the street from where they live. This photo is the first time since Andy's death that anybody has been allowed into Andy's bedroom. Brenda shared a book with me (and a reporter) that was created for the Wheeler family by Andy's classmates. This was a very emotional assignment.

Published by the New Hampshire Union Leader 5/19/10

6 responses

  • Richard Bruns

    Richard Bruns said (3 Jun 2010):

    Ah, Jeez! How can anyone bare up to such a horror! Kudos to you for being able to inspire the trust to share such a hard hard time.

  • Jesse Nicole

    Jesse Nicole said (10 Sep 2011):

    Thank you Richard. The family was directed to me after being inundated by lacal and state media. As a member of the media I was familiar with the local players and able to act as a buffer. It seemed to have really helped.

  • Raymond Clarke

    Raymond Clarke gave props (11 Sep 2011):

    Wow....speechless!!....Thumbs-up Jess....Wow!!

  • James Wiley

    James Wiley gave props (1 May 2012):

    What a touching (and difficult) moment. I have had to do this too, not easy.

  • Jesse Nicole

    Jesse Nicole said (2 May 2012):

    Thanks, guys... Being a photojournalist isn't always high school sports and presidential candidates. Most of the time it's real people with real problems. The best we can do is listen~

  • antonio chiumenti

    antonio chiumenti gave props (16 Jun 2013):

    no word is enough

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