Jason Schram Omaha – A few hundred individuals looked over the course of the end of the week for Jason Schram, a Gretna man who has been absent since an accident not a long way from his home Friday night.
Schram, 45, was most recently seen strolling into a field close to the location of the accident at Capehart Road and U.S. Roadway 6.
“We accept he was confused,” said Judy Schram Krajicek, his auntie. “It was a brilliant evening, there were houses close by, there’s not a single explanation why he was unable to arrive at a protected spot. We think he was harmed.”
Schram had been driving east on Capehart Road when his Jeep went past a stop sign at the convergence with Highway 6 and slammed into a southward snowplow.
Krajicek said Schram would have been going down a slope into the crossing point. The family accepts that he couldn’t stop and slid into the crossing point.
Jason Schram and girl Remy
Jason Schram, imagined with his most youthful little girl, Remy, has been absent since he strolled into a field following an accident during Friday night’s blizzard.
The accident happened around 9:30 p.m. promptly south of Gretna. Schram had been with loved ones that evening and was going home so he could rise and shine early and furrow snow.
The tow transporter let specialists know that he saw Schram escape his Jeep after the accident, walk east on Capehart and afterward transform south into a field.
Schram’s house is around there however is north of Capehart, Krajicek said.