BREAKING NEWS Out Of San Diego…. This Is So Sad


A tragic and horrifying accident recently occurred in Clairemont, California, leaving two people dead.

A single-engine Beech B36 Bonanza plane crash-landed in a baseball field, then ended up skidding into a house located on the 6000 block of Chandler Drive. The plane then caught fire.


According to Fox 5 San Diego, Dawn Stelling was able to get out of the wreckage with a few injures, but her husband, Robert, was not so fortunate, dying in the accident.

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Another victim, Michael Zareski, a veterinarian, and father of four.


The San Diego-Union Tribune has the details:


Michael Zareski, 46, died in the fiery afternoon crash, according to the Medical Examiner’s office.

Zareski owned Western Veterinary Group, an animal hospital in Torrance, Calif. He and his wife, Shanna Zareski, had four children — two daughters, ages 7 and 5, and 3-year-old twin sons — and he adored them.

“He was everything to so many people,” Shanna Zareski said during a phone call. “It is the heartbreak of my life to be here without him. Raising our kids without him next to me, doing it together. … Nothing quite captures him and the heartbreak of all this.”

Mike Zareski’s generous and giving nature defined him. “It was like he couldn’t stop himself from giving to people.”

According to Zareski’s wife, he started his practice while they were still dating many years ago, having stored up his medical gear in a tackle box, loading up in his vehicle, and making house calls to take care of sick and injured animals.

Dr. Mike as he’s known to friends, was on his way back from a veterinary conference with his friends when the crash occurred.

Jennie Cruz, the director of Western Veterinary Group, stated Zareski had just been at work earlier that day before heading to the conference in San Diego.

Cruz worked at the animal hospital for more than eight years and said Zareski was “the best boss I [she] ever had. Very caring, generous man. It’s been a big void not to hear his voice or his squeaky shoes and not hear his funny stories about his children.”

The pilot of the plane attempted to land the six-seater vehicle in a baseball field close to Lafayette Elementary School, but the plane skidded, busted through a fence, and crashed into a house where it burst into flames.

This is truly a tragic story, especially given how much this man gave to his community and really loved his job. It truly is the story of a life being snuffed out too soon.

The world could certainly use more men like Dr. Mike Zareski, which is precisely why he’s going to be so badly missed by all those who knew him.

Make sure to keep these families in your thoughts and prayers as they transition into a time of grief, which is sure to be difficult given the holiday season.



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