Jackleen Lane, 15, lay dead in a corner of Clear Creek, but how she got to the point is far from clear. How did we fail her?
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 2:00 am (Updated: June 26, 7:01 am)
We have spent more than a week now questioning how a 15-year-old girl who by all outward indications had friends, attended school and had relationships and some semblance of a family ends up drowned in a remote, industrial area of Clear Creek on a warm spring morning.
Such a tragedy is not a normal part of life in Shelby County – if anywhere – and there are important questions that must be asked until we understand how Jackleen Lane, 15, walked away from her life and breathed her final, perhaps troubled breaths.
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