Aiden Agnor Death – Kern County firefighter Aiden Agnor died on Monday, nearly two weeks after a tragic car accident. The 18-year-old firefighter was involved in a tragic accident in Keene Helibase on Tuesday, June 28, according to the Kern County Fire Department. After the accident, reports indicated that he was in the Intensive Care Unit sedated and on a ventilator with brain swelling and in critical condition.
The accident happened while the seasonal firefighter was driving to his place of work at Keene Helibase when he collided head-on with another vehicle. Aiden Agnor, a firefighter for Kern County, was involved in a car accident on June 28 that sent him to the Keene Helibase with life-threatening injuries. He suffered extensive trauma. He received massive blood transfusions, has a broken arm, internal bleeding, and a small part of his intestine removed. An artery on his leg is severed in two places.
Agnor was pronounced deceased on Monday, days after the accident. “On Monday, July 11, Kern County Firefighter Aiden Agnor passed away,” according to a statement from KCFD Fire Chief Aaron Duncan. “Aiden was loved and respected by all who knew him and has forever impacted this department and our community for the better,” said Fire Chief Aaron Duncan.
“All Kern County Fire Department flags will be flown at half-staff until Firefighter Agnor is laid to rest.” Aiden graduated from Quartz Hill High School this year, and he had recently received a job offer from the Kern County Fire Wildland Crew. His ambition was to follow in the footsteps of the majority of his family and work in the fire department. Both Agnor’s step-father and uncle are involved in the emergency services department of Kern County.
Wendy aka Dora LND Family of Lake Hughes, California has set up a fundraising page on the website GoFundMe. Wendy says that the family will receive the funds to help pay for the funeral costs. The page “Aiden Agnor” has raised USD 77,091 for the Agnor family’s GoFundMe campaign, with a target of $100,000.