An angel is now watching over missing Puyallup native Susan Powell's two deceased children. Inscription on the statue, called "Angel of Hope", says it is "dedicated as a place of love and healing for all those who have suffered the loss of a child."
It's been two years since a 6-year-old boy was killed when parts of a truck at the Monster Jam flew up and hit him at the Tacoma Dome.And now the show is back in town. The dirt is out, the beat-up stunt cars are, too - and trucks with names like...
Monster Jam is back at the Tacoma Dome with new safety guidelines in place following a tragic incident that left a young boy dead. But according to a man who got seriously hurt during the incident, the new restrictions don't fix a thing.
The monster trucks are returning to the Tacoma Dome exactly one year after a young boy was killed during last year's show. But this time there are new safety measures in place designed to prevent a repeat of the tragic accident, promoters say.
Neither the driver nor officials at a monster truck competition immediately realized anyone was hurt after debris from one of the vehicles shot into the stands, killing a boy and badly injuring a man, police reports show.
A monster truck show promoter was killed Saturday night at one of his own shows in Wisconsin, a week after a 6-year-old boy died in a monster truck event in Tacoma. The promoter had touted the show's safety record at a news conference the day before.
The community gathered to pay its respects to the little 6-year old boy killed Jan. 16 in a truck show accident at the Tacoma Dome. At a Saturday afternoon memorial service, Sebastian Hizey was remembered as an artistic, fun-loving boy.
Jesse Hizey had just lost his job when he lost his 6-year-old son, Sebastian, to an unusual accident at a monster truck rally at the Tacoma Dome. To help Sebastian's family cope, many poured out their hearts and money at a fundraiser on Tuesday.
The family of a 6-year-old boy killed during Friday's Monster Jam truck show at the Tacoma Dome is torn with anguish and anger as they ask themselves - why? And that's not their only question as they ponder what happened to turn a fun night into a tragedy.
Investigators were examining pieces of the drive train from an oversized truck Sunday to learn why parts tore off the truck and struck and killed a 6-year-old boy and injured another spectator at a monster truck show.
A tragic accident that killed a 6-year-old boy and injured a man at a monster truck rally Friday night is raising questions about how the response was handled - and how it could have happened in the first place.