Billionaire Ray Dalio Supports son’s car crash Departure:’My Loved Ones and I’m mourning’

Billionaire hedge fund creator Ray Dalio has verified the information of son Devon Dalio’s departure.

“It is with fantastic pain that I’m sharing with you my 42-year-old son was murdered in an automobile crash yesterday. My loved ones and I’m processing and mourning and might like to be incommunicado for now,” Ray Dalio, 71, wrote on Twitter Friday night.

An Audi drove to a Verizon store in the Riverside Commons shopping center and burst into flames, Greenwich Fire and police Chief Joseph McHugh stated, according to the Greenwich Time.

On Twitter Thursday night, the police division composed: “GPD is reacting to a motor vehicle accident and busy fore [sic] from the Thruway Shopping [sic] Center at Exit 5. The place approaching [sic] the E Place and Exit 5 junction will be closed and visitors diverted [sic].”

The shop was allegedly ruined, and the reason for the crash remains under investigation, according to the newspaper.

“We are aware that the horrible pain we’re feeling has been and is still felt by numerous others so that our sympathies go out to them. May God is with you and may you cherish your blessings, particularly in this time of year,” Ray Dalio composed on Twitter.

His late son with spouse Barbara Dalio was employed as a project manager at Bridgewater Associates, based on his LinkedIn page. He left behind a wife, a girl, and three brothers, that the Greenwich Time reported.

“As parents, we cannot imagine the despair and sadness of the loss,” Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, who also resides in Greenwich, said in a statement, according to the newspaper.