Sister is Grief Stricken Over the Loss of Woman Who Overturned in a Canal at Golf Course
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The sister of the woman who died when the golf cart she was driving, overturned in a canal at a golf course, is in disbelief and never imagined her life would end this way.
“Nick, my baby. I never dream in a million years that I would be here saying, ‘I can’t believe you’re gone so soon,” Juteria Munroe said in a social media post.
Thirty-eight-year-old Eunique ‘Nickey’ Munroe died on Monday when the golf cart became submerged in a canal at the golf course at Baha Mar Resort.
“We made plans girl. How in the world [did] this happened?
“I’m trying my best to be strong but you don’t understand that this pain and hurt will not go away,” she said.
Eunique was an employee of the mega-resort and was in a cart belonging to the course when she rode the pathway of the golf course before ending up in the canal.
She was discovered and was taken to the hospital but later died. Police confirmed that she drowned. Reports are that she was carrying items to a hotel guest. It is not known how long Eunique was submerged in the water before she was found.
Juteria, the eldest sister moved to Canada and had been away from her family since 2019. Though miles apart, she remained in contact with Eunique.
“Even though we were miles away, our daily conversation made us feel so close by,” she said.
“Who am I going to message late hours of the night? I am still waiting for someone to wake me up from this horrible nightmare.”
Juteria said she is praying for strength and comfort to get through this difficult time. “Lord I need all the strength you can give right now because this is not easy on me.
“I’m still in disbelief and I can’t stop crying. I will always love you. Your heartbroken best sister is still waiting on you to call.”