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Tragic Murder-Suicide: Florida Firefighter Kills Wife Following Ominous Social Media Message”

A Florida firefighter killed his spouse in an obvious murder-suicide simply weeks after she opened up on-line about how his grueling work schedule left him “exhausted” and “by no means functioning 100% at residence.” 

St. Johns County Fireplace Rescue Lt. Shawn Yarbrough, 46, and his spouse, monetary adviser Andrea Nichole Nahrup Yarbrough, 34, have been discovered lifeless within the toilet of their St. Augustine residence earlier this month, the sheriff’s division stated.

Police have been referred to as to the couple’s residence on June 13 after Andrea’s mom requested a welfare test when she couldn’t attain her. 

Andrea’s loss of life is taken into account a murder, whereas her husband died by suicide, the sheriff’s division added. Each died from gunshot wounds, in line with an post-mortem report. 

About two weeks earlier than their deaths, on Might 31, Andrea vented about her husband’s work schedule in a Fb put up and confirmed the month-to-month exercise logs for his division, which included 3,203 requires service.

“Because of this all of our vital others are exhausted and by no means functioning 100% at residence,” she wrote.

The couple, who had simply celebrated their first anniversary, had a blended household of 4 youngsters.

The slain girl’s mom stated Andrea cherished her husband’s three sons, who have been from a earlier relationship, as in the event that they have been her personal. Andrea was the mom of an 11-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. 

“She cherished these boys and wished the very best for them,” Andrea’s mom, Debbie Churchill, informed Fox Information Digital. “It’s all very complicated and arduous proper now. I can’t clarify it. I don’t even understand how. It’s one thing that nobody can perceive except they’ve been via it.” 

Andrea’s youthful sister, Olivia Marvin, expressed her shock over the horrifying incident to native outlet Motion Jax. 

“We’re so crushed,” she stated. “We thought every part was lastly coming collectively. She was so pleased with all her youngsters and what they have been doing. She all the time strived and wished the very best for everybody.” 

Marvin remembered her sister as a resilient fighter. 

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