Taylor Patten Death – Taylor Patten was involved in a car accident with her 1-year-old daughter Bonnie in Florida. The accident happened on Saturday, April 8, 2023. According to reports, Taylor was vacationing in Florida Bonnie where the accident happened. Patten was pronounced dead as a result of the injuries suffered in the fatal crash. Bonnie was transported to the intensive care unit with multiple injuries.
Taylor is the daughter of Jason and Angie Patten who were the owners of Pattens Martial Arts.
Taylor Patten GoFundMe
A fundraiser has been created by Shane Teegarden on GoFundMe to help and support this family in their time of need. According to Shane, Jason and Angie Patten lost their daughter, Taylor and their 1-year-oldgrand daughter is in the ICU with multiple injuries. “Please send your love, thoughts, and prayers to those suffering with this tragic loss,” she wrote.
Taylor Patten Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Six children injured in Summerfield crash that injured 10, killed one
Tuesday afternoon, a five-vehicle accident in Summerfield claimed the life of a 36-year-old woman and injured ten others, according to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol. There were six minors between the ages of two and eleven among the injured. Authorities stated that one of the vehicles involved in the accident, a van that flipped onto two cars, was conveying children with special needs.
The woman who perished was a van passenger. Everyone else in the van was buckling up. The van’s driver, a 53-year-old woman, along with a 9-year-old, 4-year-old, 2-year-old, and 3-year-old, were injured. According to the FHP report, all of their injuries were “serious.”
The van was traveling south on US Highway 441 while the Dodge Journey was traveling east on Southeast 147 Place, according to the police. According to the accident report, the two vehicles entered the intersection of the two roads at roughly the same moment. The van collided with the side of the Journey, collided with a northbound Toyota Corolla and Subaru Outback, and rolled onto its side, falling on the Corolla and Outback.
Between the first and second collision, the passenger was ejected from the vehicle and gravely injured, according to the report. According to FHP, she was not wearing a seatbelt. Following its collision with the van, the Journey collided with a Nissan Altima, bringing the total number of vehicles involved to five.
The collision between the van and the Journey, which caused the subsequent incidents, was the worst. In addition to the injuries sustained by the children with special needs and other van passengers, a 31-year-old adult and two children, ages seven and eleven, sustained severe injuries. The driver of the Corolla sustained minor injuries, while the driver of the Outback remained unharmed, and the driver of the Altima also sustained minor injuries.
The Highway Patrol is investigating the initial collision’s cause and whether or not one of the vehicles ran a red light.
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