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Billionaire hedge fund founder Ray Dalio on Wednesday opened up about his son's death, just weeks after the deadly Connecticut car crash that "tore" up his family.
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In December, Ray Dalio's son, Devon, was killed when the Audi he was driving crashed into a Verizon store at a shopping center in Greenwich and burst into flames. He suffered from smoke inhalation and thermal injuries, which led to his death, officials confirmed to Fox News.
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Up until Wednesday, the billionaire founder of Bridgewater Associates remained mostly silent on the matter — only posting a few social media messages – in order to mourn and process the "devastating" Dec. 17 crash.
"It was like a bomb went off that tore my wife and I and our family up," Ray Dalio said in a LinkedIn post on Wednesday. "At the time, it was difficult to process emotionally and intellectually, yet I had to decide what to do to deal with these traumas."
BILLIONAIRE RAY DALIO SPEAKS OUT ABOUT 'JOURNEY AND REFLECTIONS' FOLLOWING SON'S SUDDEN DEATH
Right after his son's death, Ray Dalio tweeted that his family was “mourning and processing and would prefer to be incommunicado for the time being.”
In his latest post entitled "My Reflections Six Weeks After My Son’s Passing" — which will be his last one on the matter — Ray Dalio said he wanted to share his journey over the past month and a half, which put him "in a much better place emotionally and intellectually," in part to help others who may face a "somewhat analogous version of this case."
Some of his methods included meditation and eliminating "all distractions" from his family's lives in order to allow for an "abundance of time to feel and think and do whatever came naturally," he wrote.