What’s the story behind the title “Jordyn Woods accident?”
The story of Jordan Wood, who died from an automobile accident while jogging on a treadmill at a local park, has become a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement.
But it’s also become a source of controversy.
Jordan Woods was jogging with his dog when he accidentally hit a pole and hit his head.
Jordan was pronounced dead at the scene.
A friend of Jordan’s posted a video on Instagram of the incident, and soon the hashtag #JordysAccident began trending on Twitter.
Jordan’s mother, Nicole, released a statement on Facebook that read:”On Wednesday, May 13, 2017 at 2:48pm, the Jordan Woods Family and Jordan Woods family’s friends were walking through a neighborhood in the Eastside of Chicago, Illinois when the accident occurred.
As a result of this accident, the family is grieving and grieving and the family will continue to fight for justice and justice for Jordan.
The family has reached out to law enforcement and have been informed that they will be charged and will be prosecuted for the act that happened.
We are all heartbroken over this terrible loss.
We will continue fighting for justice for our son and his family.”
Jordan Woods family members have since come forward to share their own accounts of the accident.
In the first video, Jordan tells the camera, “I didn’t mean to hit the pole, but I didn’t know it was going to be my end.
I was going down and I wasn’t thinking about what happened to me.”
Jordan also describes how he felt after the accident:”The pain in my head was so bad that I started to cry and I didn`t know what to do.
I thought I had been hit by a car.
I got to the hospital and they told me it was my neck.
I couldn`t move or move because my neck was numb.”
In the second video, where Jordan tells a different story about the incident in his own words, he says:”I just don`t have any answers.
I just know that I was not thinking about my life.
I know that the pole that hit me is the pole my dog used to sit on.””
It was the first thing that I saw.
I think my dog was on top of me and he had me on his shoulder,” he says in the third video.
“I thought I was okay, but then I saw the ambulance come and then the police come.
I don`m going to tell you what happened next.
I won`t tell you the truth.
I hope I don’t have to go through it again.””
I have never been in a car accident,” Jordan told ABC News’ “Good Morning America” on Tuesday.
“If I were in a real car accident, I wouldn`t be here right now.
I wouldn’t be in the same position.”
Jordan has been described as a family man by his family, and many of his close friends have expressed condolences for his death.
In a statement to ABC News, Nicole Woods said:”We are devastated to learn of Jordan`s passing.
Jordan loved to run, and he loved to jog.
He loved being with his family.
Jordan would be proud of all of his family members and friends.”
Jordan’s mother Nicole Woods has been vocal about her son’s life and death.
She said Jordan was a gentle, outgoing, caring young man, and that he was also “a good friend to his family and friends.
Jordan has always been a loving, kind person who loved his dogs.”
Jordan was born on July 9, 1996, and his father, Joe Woods, was a retired police officer.
Jordan grew up in South Chicago, the son of two of the area`s most prominent African-American fathers, and grew up playing sports and working out.
Jordan was in eighth grade when his father died.
His mother said he spent most of his time at home with his father`s family, but he spent a lot of time with his grandmother and the kids.
Jordan also said his father had a lot to do with his childhood.
“My dad did a lot with me growing up,” Jordan said in an interview with ABC News.
“He taught me how to drive and how to jump rope, and how things worked and what you need to know to be successful.
It was a blessing and a burden to have my father at home and to have him teach me everything.
He was a very good dad.”
Jordan said his parents, father, and uncle would often walk him around the neighborhood.
“They would tell me to go up to a certain area, and I would have to do that and they would be like, `You have to stay at that house,'” he said.
“It wasn`t really my father, it was just like, ‘Go to the house, and you have to be at that place.’
They always told me to