Karsyn Vonegidy Car Accident – Karsyn Vonegidy was severely injured following a car accident, on Saturday, April 15, 2023. She is a Wingate University Cheer and Alpha XI Delta Alumnae. She is a Kindergarten Teacher at Union Academy. Vonegidy was transported to Richland hospital in Columbia, SC. She was said to be unresponsive and loved ones are praying for her to wake up, have good and treatable MRI results, be stable enough for surgery, medicine to work and bring brain swelling, to be healed and given strength.
Kirby Elizabeth von Egidy wrote on Facebook that Karsyn was her caregiver, partner in crime, and most importantly her twin sister. Kirby said Karsyn knew how she feel before she even know it herself, most people think that twins are two halves but not them as she is 1/4 and Karsyn is 3/4s they need each other to make a whole.
“Please God I know your hands are on my sweet sister and I know that you are an all loving and all powerful God that can move mountains. Lord I need you to move one for her. I need her here with me to be a living testimony. Please Lord heal her and give her the strength she needs to keep fighting. Karsyn you are the most stubborn firecracker I know. I need your feisty self to keep pushing because I know you can wake up. You have to because I can’t do life without you,” Karsyn Vonegidy wrote.
RELATED ARTICLE: Crash took down Wingate Police Department phone lines, power for hundreds of customers
Due to an accident that occurred on Tuesday morning on US-74 West near Monroe, the Wingate Police Department did not have access to its phones. According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the accident took place at approximately 8:45 in the morning and caused one of the lanes to be closed in the area of the Briar Creek Road exit.
Despite the fact that the crash was cleared up a little more than an hour later, at least 1,500 customers were left without power for several hours. Anyone who needs to get in touch with the Wingate Police Department can do so by calling Union County Communications at 704-289-1591 or, in the event of an emergency, dialing 911.
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