Single mom and sole breadwinner for family killed, burned inside car during business trip

1 month ago

Atlanta news, Georgia news.

Georgia authorities positively identified charred remains found inside a burned-out car in Atlanta last Friday as a missing single mom and sole provider for her family and kids.

Brittany Wicklein, 31, was last seen on a business trip at around 8 p.m. Thursday. Police inspecting a car fire eight hours later discovered a human body inside it.

Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Monday that the burned remains were Wicklein’s.

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  • The Indiana native was described as “the sole provider for her family,” according to a GoFundMe Page.

    “Brittany was the sole breadwinner for her family. We are going to continue this fundraiser so that Brittany’s family can pay for funeral expenses and also help the family moving her from Atlanta to Indiana.”

    “Our sister, Brittany, was tragically murdered on June 18th. She was brutally murdered to death after being abducted outside her family apartment building where she was living. She passed away as she was a protector and hero of her kids.”

    “Brittany is survived by her children and brother. She was the sole provider for her family and we ask for any help for our family to give Brittany a proper home going and help her kids as much as possible.”