Audrey was my friend. She and I met when she joined the training club in the Tri-Cities (WA). I remember her so happy when she found out she was pregnant with Rafael, she had tried for a long time. I remember her doing agilty just before I left when she was pregnant with Xavier.
She was a friend to dogs, president of the dog park society and active in rescue. The eastern WA dog community has lost a good friend. She sent me internet cards to cheer me over here, we still stayed in touch. I will miss her very much.
Please keep her family in your thoughts and pray they find Lulu.
CRASH: Richland mom dies after I-82 accident
By Paula Horton, Herald staff writer
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A Richland woman critically injured in a crash Sunday that killed her 2-year-old son has died at a Seattle hospital.
Audrey Ulrich, 34, died today at Harborview Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Her son, Rafael, was killed when the family’s 2000 Ford Explorer rolled off Interstate 82 near Wapato and struck two trees, the Washington State Patrol said.
The crash remains under investigation.
Ulrich’s husband, Matthew, 38, infant son, Xavier and the children’s grandmother, Marie Martinez, 67, are all in good condition at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital, officials said today.
Meanwhile, friends are searching for and sending out information about the family’s pet, who was in the SUV with the family.
Lula, a 9-month-old German shorthair/wire hair Griffon X, was seen about 500 yards away from the crashed SUV Sunday night, but is now missing, friends say.
Lula is wearing a collar with tags and is microchipped. She is brown, red and white and responds to three whistles with 30 seconds in between.
Anyone who has spotted Lula is asked to call Vicki at 509-845-3725.