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CRASH TAKES LIFE OF SPRING WOMAN

Jut after 1 a.m. Friday morning Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a vehicle which was damaged and appeared abandon on Riley Fuzzel Road near Spring Trails. When the deputy arrived he found a Hyundai Sonata with heavy damage on private property about one hundred feet off the roadway. Inside the deputy discovered the body of 22-year-old Breanna Capodice.

South Montgomery County Fire Department was dispatched along with MCHD but it was to late.

According to DPS the vehicle appeared to be northbound on Riley Fuzzel when it left the roadway, crossed the southbound lanes and struck a culvert. After striking the culver the vehicle became airborne and nose dived into the ground cutting a deep rut into the earth.

DPS believes speed and possibly alcohol; were a factor but were awaiting an autopsy report from the Montgomery County Forensic Center.

There were no other vehicles involved on the dark section of Riley Fuzzel Road.

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  1. zandriacakes

    I went to Elementary with Breanna in Mckinney we were best friends. I spoke with her every now and then thru text, we reconnected thru facebook. I just want her to know that her and her family are in my prayers.

  2. spzebra90

    I went to school with Breanna And always saw that smile of hers. I don’t know Why nut her death has made so sad like if I knew forever. I don’t know exactly What happenws I wish I knew, but I pray that God may give strength to her family and friends. He is the only one that can heal a wound so deep. May God bless her family and unite them and remember that God knows why things happen its not easy to understand but that this may be a reason to grab on to Him and live with the faith of eternal life for He is the only one who knows. My deepest condolence to all who love her.

  3. Dominic

    To the family of of ms. Capodice, I have prayed for y’all and her since that night. She will be a face I will remember for the rest of my life. I was the person that called 911. If you are willing to is there a way to find out when the funeral is? I would like to send flowers to that also. I would also like to speak to you about what the little article leaves out.

    1. Jamie Nash

      If the family would like to email MCPR, we’ll be glad to help them connect with this witness so you don’t have to post your personal contact information, and don’t worry – we’ll stay out of it completely – just trying not to jeopardize anyone’s privacy. Just click on “contact us” toward the top of the page and send a message. It will go to our email accounts and won’t be public.

  4. kevinl

    Breanna has been my stylist for the last six months. I just found out about her death. She was a wonderful person with a beautiful personality who always brought light to those around her. She will be missed.

    1. Jamie Nash

      That really hurts coming from a delusional conspiracy theorist with no regard for humanity. How will we survive without your attacks on our other readers?

  5. Louie

    Our sincere prayers and condolences goes out to the family of Breanna, a wonderful girl with a shinny spirit. Breanna and without even knowing us, knocked our door in middle of July 2012, congratulating us for moving to our new home… she brought us a home-made cake and most importantly a beautiful smile, Breanna played with our 4 year old daughter and put a huge smile on her face.
    This is tragedy for Breanna’s family but it is also a tragedy to those who knew Breanna…may the Lord surround the Capodice family with patience and ability to recover… Breanna will remain in our hearts and minds. And we are all here to support the Capodice.

    As to for Mr. 911, I would say; we appreciate your distinguished analytical skills but we would kindly request your genius to leave this page as it is totally Not needed, many people here need to Mourn and support the Family… and despite your insensitive and painful remarks I would still hope that you would never lose a child as obviously you don’t know what that means.

  6. hiymym

    How about 911 just gets off this page my mother said always said mid your business so why don’t you and stop posting things on this page god forbid one of you loved ones passed away how would you feel you obviously didn’t think about that did you

  7. rellington27

    This is so tragic! My thoughts and prayers are with the Capodice family. I hope that everyone can learn from this horrible accident and STOP drinking and driving. Life is too precious. Leave your car at the house or the bar and spend whatever you have to on a cab or sleep in your car. Plan ahead before you go out drinking. Think about how your family and friends will be affected if you die or if you kill someone else in a drink driving accident. I don’t care how fun the night is, it is just not worth risking your life or someone else’s!

  8. pacliff

    911- I agree with part of what you are saying, but I think you need to learn a little tact and not personally attack. The fact that people do want to place blame, in a situation like this, on everyone or everything but the victim and then call for change because of x or y is why we have so much bloated government and regulation. I do feel for this family and time it will take to heal, but at the same time personal responsibility for ones actions must be accounted for. I also think you need to get your facts straight. The 2010 stats for traffic fatalities is the lowest its been since 1949. There were 32,310 fatalities in the latest cencus year of 2010. This mainly has been attributed to the car makers creating safer cars AND driver awareness. Noone wins in a discussion like this because it is a senseless and avoidable tragedy, and I pray the victims family will one day find peace.

  9. Nick Falzone

    This was the sister of a dear friend of mine. My heart goes out to her family. I would be unbelievably distraught if I lost one of my siblings. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Capodice family.

    As for you 911, you should be ashamed of yourself. How dare you blast people for leaving their condolences here. Do you not have a soul?!? There is nothing wrong with looking to engage an intelligent conversation but this is hardly the forum for that.

  10. sldear

    I know the father of this young lady and my heart breaks for him and his family. I lost my niece at this same age 3 years ago in a car accident. She wasn’t texting, applying makeup, eating or drinking… She was just driving. She had a passenger that walked away. If she had been doing any or even all of those things she still didn’t deserve to die. It was on a similar road to Riley Fuzzle…dark and dangerous! My prayers and condolences go out to the Capodice family.

  11. kmm1234

    Wow 911..while you’re “putting a lot of thought” into what you said, the families of this girl are mourning their loss and trying to mend their broken hearts.. You want to discuss facts and offer your opinion? Guess what, nobody cares and nobody asked for it. You are an ignorant (edited) and completely out of line to search for fatal crashes online and then post absurd comments like yours. Unbelievable. My heart breaks for this family..may God rest her soul.

  12. kellye82

    I drive for CISD and pick up students on Riley Fuzzle and old Riley Fuzzle. It is extremely dangerous not to mention getting across two lanes of traffic just to get to the center lane in a 2001 school bus. There needs to be another traffic light there where the two fuzzles meet.

  13. margaritaruby

    OMG 911…. you should be ashamed of yourself. When somebody YOU love dies in an auto ACCIDENT, then you may have mercy. You obviously never learned to think before you spoke. I am embarrassed for you!

  14. tiffanyw

    My heart goes out to the family and friends of this young lady. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    But I have to say that I agree with lorrland about these way to dark roads that are out here in Montgomery County. Something needs to be done, we need to make are roads safer for all drivers.

  15. lorrland

    My heartfelt sympathy for the family of this young woman.

    I want to thank you for mentioning the “dark section” of Riley Fuzzel. Although it is a four-lane road, it is very dangerous at night. The only lights come from the two gas stations near Spring Trails. This road someday will be part of the Grand Parkway. Do we have to wait until then to get street lights?!

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