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Jaze's coach's daughter died in a tubing accident

TORONTO – First-based coach Mark (Bud) Budzinski's 17-year-old daughter, Julia Budzinski, died in a tubing accident in Virginia over the weekend.

A spokesperson for the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, Page Pearson, said in a statement that two girls had fallen from the tube on Saturday when they were pulled behind a boat on the James River. ..

When the boat operator returned to take them out of the water, her boat hit a wave, pressed onto a 17-year-old victim and beat her with her propeller.

"For her, the last day on earth was very happy and enjoyable," said Buzinsky's mother Monica, who said she was with her daughter on a boat, on Sunday night. Said on alert at Julia's Virginia High School. "Sadly ... but it was happy, laughing and having a good time. That's the way I remember her and that's the way everyone needs to remember her. She loves life. I loved being outside, sports, everything.

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Pearson said no fraudulent play was suspected. Life jackets were worn and alcohol was not a factor.

Mark Buzinski left Blue Jays on Saturday for the third time in the team's double-header second game against Rays after learning of his daughter's death.

Blue Jays issued a statement stating that Budinsky would take some time from the team to mourn with his family.

Before the finale of the series on Sunday, Julia had a moment of silence.

"Bad hurts me," said Toronto manager Charlie Montoyo after the match on Sunday. "There are good people and great people. He is a great person. He is a special person. His family is great. The only thing I can share about what happened is he notes to the team. All I have left is that he did this while experiencing the tragedy, and it tells you everything about him. "

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This report by Canadian Press was first published on July 4, 2022.

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