Sailor Sharbutt Death – Sailor Sharbutt, a student of Lubbock Cooper Central has been identified as the victim of a deadly All-terrain vehicle (ATV) accident. According to reports, Sailor Sharbutt passed away following injuries sustained in the crash. He died at the young age of 11. The accident happened this past Friday in Brownwood. According to reports, Sailor Sharbutt was fatally injured in the crash and he was said to be in critical condition before his passing.
What happened to Sailor Sharbutt?
He was transported to a medical centre in Cook Children’s Hospital in Ft Worth, Texas where he was being treated for brain trauma. According to early reports, Sailor Sharbutt was pronounced dead at the hospital. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. Sailor was unique in every way. He was a personality unlike any other that many people had ever encountered. Sailor had a wise spirit and lofty goals for his life.
Sailor Sharbutt obituary and funeral arrangements will be released at a later date.
Related Article – Woman, 26, arrested after 3 injured in ATV crash
After an accident at Lake Brownwood over the weekend that left three people injured, a woman from San Antonio who is 26 years old was charged with driving while intoxicated and intoxication assault with a vehicle. The accident occurred when she was driving an all-terrain vehicle (ATV).
After being released from the Brown County Jail on bonds totalling $11,500 following the accident that happened in Lake Brownwood’s Oak Point addition, Parveen Kaur Gill is now at liberty. According to law enforcement, she was placed under arrest after she submitted a breath sample and participated in a field sobriety test.
The right front of the vehicle appears to have sustained a significant amount of damage in the collision, according to the authorities, who were unable to provide any additional information regarding the incident. Kyle Thaxton, age 25, had to be transported to Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth via helicopter after he was involved in the accident. On Monday, it was reported that Thaxton was in a fair condition.
Patricia Hua and Caroline Dank, who were the two other riders, did not sustain any injuries. Megan Abbott suffered a loss of consciousness while Hayley George was injured but was not rendered unable to function as a result of her injuries.
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