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Washington man killed waiting for tow truck days before his wedding

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A Washington state man was struck and killed by a automotive simply days before he was set to marry the “love of his life,” officers and his household mentioned.

Christopher Goles, 47, of Redmond, traveled late final month to Spokane to arrange for his Oct. 2 nuptials to his fiancée Shiloh Shuman, the Spokesman-Review reported.

But close to the Spokane International Airport on Sept. 29, Goles turned concerned in a crash and known as a tow truck for help, the newspaper reported.

Police mentioned Goles had begun crossing the road to satisfy the tow truck when he was mowed down by an oncoming Subaru.

The driver of the Subaru informed authorities Goles darted out so rapidly that he didn’t have time to react, the newspaper reported.

Goles was pronounced useless on the scene.

“At the tragic time of his passing, Chris was traveling to Spokane to prepare for his October 2nd wedding to the love of his life, Shiloh Shuman,” his household wrote in his obituary.

“Shiloh was the love of Chris’ life, and his family takes comfort in knowing he was full of love, joy and anticipation at his passing,” the obituary added.

Chris Goles
Goles was killed on Sept. 29.
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His obituary remembered him for his “bright personality and even bigger heart that filled the room.”

“Chris’ loyalty and love were fierce — if you were in his circle, you were seen and adored as you were, and always knew Chris was in your corner,” the obituary mentioned.

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