Leanne Elliott Death – Trindle Spring Lutheran Church is mourning the passing of their beloved deacon and director of Faith Formation. Leanne Elliott, a resident of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania was identified as the victim of a deadly car accident. According to reports, Deacon Elliott passed away from injuries sustained in the crash. “Tonight I am restless, my mind is going through hundreds of moments from my undergrad years and the people who were part of those years,” according to Jason Clifton’s statement.
What happened to Leanne Elliott?
Jason Clifton said that he learned about the sudden and tragic death of Leanne Elliott, as a result of a car accident. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. “My heart aches. When I think of Leanne I can’t help but think of her partners in crime Evan Albright and Lauren Gray.”
While announcing the passing of Leanne Elliott, Dawn M. McFadden said he is stunned and speechless this morning. “Leanne Elliott, whom we just celebrated with for her ordination a few months ago, is gone so quickly.” Deacon Elliott shone with a brilliant splendour. She will be sorely missed by everyone. Many people are grateful beyond words that God allowed them to become acquainted with her and work alongside her for all those years.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Leanne Elliott.
Related Article – Child driver crashes vehicle after wrong-way Gettysburg chase
According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Gettysburg, a 10-year-old boy was discovered driving the wrong way in a vehicle with his younger sibling riding inside before the vehicle crashed. The Gettysburg Borough State Police report that at 11:55 p.m. on December 21, a trooper observed a Ford Explorer heading west on York Street in the borough without any functioning headlights.
After that, the vehicle proceeded in the incorrect direction around a traffic circle, which prompted the trooper to attempt to pull it over. The Explorer continued driving the wrong way down Baltimore Street and disregarded several red lights at intersections. During the three-mile pursuit, the State Police reported that the vehicle “continued to swerve wildly across the roadway and fluctuated speed.”
After a while, the vehicle collided with a Met-Ed utility pole, which caused it to come to a halt. According to the State Police, the driver was discovered to be a 10-year-old while the passenger in the vehicle was a 6-year-old. Both children were found to be unharmed and were handed back over to their respective guardians.
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