Wayne Dumphord Death – Wayne Dumphord of Lexington, Kentucky, has passed away unexpectedly. He died following a motor vehicle accident, loved ones have taken to different social media platform to share tributes and condolences. Tamera LaNae Crutcher, the owner of LaNae-Mont Jewelry wrote on Facebook that as a community, they are left in a state of shock and mourning another one gone way too soon.
Crutcher said she is no stranger to death; it never gets easier to hear and this one pulls at my heart. A childhood friend gone in a blink of eye. The twins stayed looking out for her and her brother growing up. She talked about when Wayne was one of the firsts to reach out when her dad passed and being so compassionate about it all. “The many memories with all us at the Y, Super Bowl parties and more will last a life time. I came across this poem years ago, “for grief only exists where Love lived first” and Wayne was loved by many. I hope the family finds peace and continues to have strength through this difficult time,” Tamera LaNae Crutcher wrote.
Wayne Dumphord Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date…
RELATED ARTICLE: 1 dead, 1 injured in car accident
In a crash that occurred early in the morning, the Lexington Police Department has confirmed that one person was killed and another was injured. The collision took place at approximately 2:15 a.m. on Sunday morning. According to official reports, police and fire crews responded to a crash involving a single vehicle that occurred at the intersection of Tates Creek and Garden Grove Walk. It is reported that the vehicle collided with a tree located in the median of Tates Creek, rolled onto its side, and caught fire after the collision.
The fire was quickly extinguished, but not before two women had to be rescued from the burning vehicle. The death of one of them was confirmed by the police to have occurred at the scene. 46-year-old Jessica Elaine Patterson was pronounced dead at 3:10 AM. The other female was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The investigation is still going on at this time.
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