After Hart Family of Eight Plunge Off California Coast Cliff, Many Questions Remain

By now most of you have heard something about the “Hart family tragedy.” Apparently, while on an impromptu family road trip last month, the Hart parents and their six adopted kids veered off the roadway, careened off a cliff, and crashed into the Pacific Ocean below. Both parents and three of the children have been confirmed dead. The three other children remain missing and are presumed dead. Preliminary investigations by authorities indicate the crash was intentional.

On March 26, 2018 the parents, Jennifer, the driver, and Sarah Hart, both 38, were driving southbound in their GMC Yukon, along the Mendocino Coast near Fort Bragg, California. They were on Route 1, about 570 miles from their home in Woodland, Washington. The family had recently moved to Washington State from West Linn, Oregon. According to KOIN, authorities believe the evidence shows all six children were in the vehicle at the time of the crash.