Widow pleads for assist after shedding bag carrying husband’s ashes on DC streetcar: ‘Please return it’

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Widow pleads for assist after shedding bag carrying husband’s ashes on DC streetcar: ‘Please return it’

A Washington, DC lady is pleading for assist after she unintentionally left a bag containing her husband’s ashes on a streetcar Wednesday.

Cherise Wells reached out to an area DC tv station in hopes of spreading consciousness of the misplaced bag that additionally incorporates sentimental, and vital, paperwork.

“Within the bag is my deceased husband’s veteran’s paperwork, dying certificates, our marriage license and different vital paperwork. Additionally within the bag was an urn containing my husband’s ashes,” Wells advised FOX 5 in an electronic mail.

The District’s Division of Transportation additionally blasted out a name for assistance on social media, describing the bag left in a road automobile as a medium-sized, camouflage-print drawstring bag.

“I really feel like an fool. I assumed it was on my shoulder and it wasn’t, and I really feel like a chunk of me is lacking,” she advised Fox 5 after leaving it behind close to eighth Road in Northwest DC.


A Washington, DC widow left a drawstring bag containing her husband’s ashes on a DC streetcar on Wednesday. The Washington Put up by way of Getty Photographs

The District’s Department of Transportation blasted out a call for help on social media, describing the bag left in a street car as a medium-sized, camouflage-print drawstring bag.
The District’s Division of Transportation blasted out a name for assistance on social media, describing the bag left in a road automobile as a medium-sized, camouflage-print drawstring bag. X / @DDOTDC

“I simply need whoever finds it to please, please return it.”

The streetcar runs every day and is free to riders.

Any riders who spot or get well the bag can name the division of transportation at 202-809-5618. 


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