One Life To Live Star Nathaniel Marston Dies At 40 After Serious Car Crash

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‘One Life to Live’ star Nathaniel Marston dead at 40.

Actor Nathaniel Marston, best known for his roles on US soaps One Life To Live and As The World Turns, has died aged 40 of injuries sustained in a car crash.“My beloved and cherished son, Nathaniel Marston, who was putting up the good fight until last night was not able to continue due to the traumatic and devastating nature of his injuries.

Marston’s mother, Elizabeth Jackson, announced the news on Facebook Wednesday evening. “Dear family and friends, it is with a heavy heart that I share this devastating news. Father William, myself and his second mommy Lisa, and our dear friend Charlotte were by his bedside, he was not alone.’ ‘His injuries, which Dr.’s did their best to heal were not responding to treatment and one after another his bodily functions failed to support his life.’ ‘Had Nathaniel lived he would have required a ventilator and would never have been able to utter one more word and would have been sentenced to life as a quadriplegic,’ she added.

The ‘As the World Turns’ and ‘One Life to Live’ actor suffered serious injuries in the crash, including a broken neck and back and other internal injuries. Nathaniel also appeared on a string of TV shows including Blue Bloods, Law and Order and Castle – while 90s film fans may also remember him from The Craft, in which he played Trey, a friend of Skeet Ulrich’s character Chris. DETROIT (AP) — Lexus put the red bows atop its cars a month early, and General Motors is advertising Black Friday deals two weeks before Thanksgiving as the auto industry copies traditional retailers with holiday discounts well before the holidays. He is survived by his mother and wife, Rita. ‘In the early morning hours of November 5 his heart stopped on two separate occasions requiring doctors to use an external pacemaker to regulate his heartbeat.’ she said. ‘He remains in critical condition, fighting pneumonia, a heart infection and irregular pulse. Car buyers will reap good deals for a longer time, analysts say, as automakers battle to hold or increase their share of what likely will be record U.S. auto sales this year.

Lexus, Toyota’s luxury brand, started its sales early as it tries to catch Mercedes and BMW, which in recent years have dueled to be the top-selling U.S. luxury brand. Lexus’ “December to Remember” sale offers low-mileage three-year leases of $40,000-plus cars for as little as $319 per month with about a $3,000 down payment.

Please pray that he will recover and walk again.’ ‘Please pray that Nate does not end up a parapalegic..neck broken and fracuted in neck vertabrea 3,4,5,6, and 7. You should be able to get around 10 percent off the sticker price of a lingering 2015 model, maybe more on higher-priced large trucks and SUVs, says independent auto analyst Jesse Toprak. Oh my God please give me strength.’ He then returned to the show as Al’s spirit and possessed the body of another character, Dr Michael McBain, permanently taking over the role until 2007. Dealers are hungry to clear their lots of 2015 models because they don’t want them sitting with big discounts next to 2016 models, Toprak says. “The old notion of ‘year-end clearance sale’ has some validity,” he said. He was dropped from the show around the same time he was arrested for getting into a brawl in New York with a group of cab drivers, punching one of the cops who tried to arrest him, according to the New York Post. ‘I couldn’t get a job as a dishwasher because I was all over The Post,’ he joked after pleading guilty to misdemeanor resisting arrest when the case finally closed three years later.

Automakers measure inventory by dividing the sales rate per day into the number of vehicles on dealer lots to figure out how many days worth of cars are out there.

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