Woman Dies More Than A Week Later After Collin County Crash
24-year-old Heather Trimble died more than a week after an accident that happened in Collin County and left her parents and 2 teenagers dead.
On 6th of June, Trimble succumbed to the injuries she sustained in the accident that happened at the intersection of Texas Highway 121 and County Road 528.
51-year-oldsWayne and Julie Trimble, who were travelling in her vehicle, died at the accident spot.
She left this world because she was carrying an 8-month-old baby in her tummy when the accident happened. The doctors succeeded in delivering her baby as she was rushed to the hospital after the accident.
Her four-year-old daughter was also travelling in the vehicle and she also sustained injuries, but now she is alright along with the baby.
Ashley Trimble, her daughter said, “We want to know what happened. I literally feel like my heart is completely shattered.”
To help the family with the funeral expenses, a GoFundMe page has been created.
According to investigators, a Pontiac Grand Prix was travelling north on Texas 121 when the driver slowed down the vehicle for an unknown reason when a red Dodge pickup truck, traveling north, rear-ended the Pontiac. The Pontiac spin due to the force of the impact and went into the southbound lanes, where it was hit by Trimble’s Ford Focus going south. The Focus was then struck by a northbound Ford utility truck and a blue Subaru travelling southbound crashed into the Pontiac.
15-year-olds Abigail Kendall and Brianna Gesino, who were riding in the Pontiac, died at the accident spot, according to the DPS officials. The person behind the wheel of the Pontiac, 16-year-old Zoe Wilson and the passenger, 16-year-old Madison Kenney, were rushed to Medical City McKinney with life-threatening injuries.
The sheriff’s office will provide help to the family of Kendall through the donation because she is the daughter of Collin County Detention Officer Kristi Kendall.
3 individuals who were riding in the Dodge pickup were immediately taken to Medical City McKinney after the accident and according to the police, they are expected to be alright.
The individuals, who were behind the wheel of the Ford truck and the Subaru, sustained life-threatening injuries in the accident for which they were both rushed to the hospital.
For an investigation of the accident, Texas 121 was shut down for multiple hours after the accident.
News Source: www.NBCDFW.com