Beloved Joppatowne Elementary School Teacher Tragically Killed In Harford County Crash Crash
HARFORD COUNTY - Tragedy struck the Harford County community on Sunday when a beloved Joppatowne Elementary School teacher, Courtney Beth Glock, 35, lost her life in a car accident.
On Saturday, June 10, just before 10:15 p.m., the Harford County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a solo car accident on Walters Mill Road. According to police, Glock was driving a Hyundai Tucson when she lost control of her vehicle. After colliding with a guardrail, the vehicle flipped and burst into flames.
Despite the prompt arrival of emergency services, Glock succumbed to her injuries at the site of the accident.
Glock was a well-respected figure in the community, and her sudden demise has left many in deep sorrow.
In the wake of her passing, Glock's colleagues, students, and community members took to social media to express their grief and pay tribute to the late teacher.
One message on the sheriff's office's Facebook page encapsulated the community's collective sorrow: "This week...look in your rearview mirror...look into the eyes of your children and those around you. Share your gratitude, smile, wave, and be kind. Do this for you...your family and Ms. Glock."
Many others echoed this sentiment, including one comment stating, "I'm so sad for my JOES family! Praying for Courtney's family! She was an amazing teacher and person."
Authorities are still investigating the details surrounding the tragic accident.
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