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Her crash was recounted in an article in the Daily News. A Bronx woman nicknamed "Mother Teresa" for opening her home to poor and sick kids was killed Wednesday when her bike ricocheted off a car door into the path of a city bus.

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Escorg was director of community health at Montefiore's School Health program at the time of her death. The group cycled with a police escort to Crotona Avenue at the corner of East Tremont Avenue where Charlop was killed by a bus while riding her bike on March It's going to be so hard now.

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She clipped the door and shot in front of the bus, police said. Tremont Ave.

Megan Charlop, 57, died under the wheel of the bus in the chain-reaction accident on Crotona Ave. Her crash was recounted in an article in the Daily News.

She regularly housed children from Africa and the Caribbean who came to the U. To close the event, riders lifted their bicycles over their he - a tradition known as a "bike lift" - in tribute. She also housed a stream of foster kids, friends said.

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She wanted to last forever so she could help people who needed her," friend Claudia Brathwaite, 65, said. She had a heart bigger than life.

She was the Mother Teresa of this neighborhood. She died doing something she loved. It's a tragedy for both families.

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Several people spoke briefly about Charlop, a beloved Norwood resident and mother of four who made children's health her life's roouge. Her silver bike helmet flew off and lay pinned beneath one of the bus' rear tires.

Later, many of those gathered, including her children, placed flowers in the wheel gouge, handlebars and other parts of the bike. Between sobs, he said, "I can't believe she's gone. A white "ghost bike" pictured was dedicated to Charlop and it was chained to a pole near the site of the accident. It came as no surprise to Charlop's rougw ones that in her final moments she was working on a project to benefit neighborhood.

Friends said Charlop was making the rounds at Bronx schools yesterday to finalize a community gardening project. She was our angel.

There's no one like Megan. A Bronx woman nicknamed "Mother Teresa" for opening her home to poor and sick kids was killed Wednesday when her bike ricocheted off a car door into the path of a city bus.

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