New York, USA.- A 22-year-old woman was found dead in Buffalo, New York over the holiday weekend, trapped in her car by a blizzard that hit western New York, but managed to inform her family about the incident. in.
Andell Taylor, who moved to Buffalo from Charlotte, North Carolina, was on her way home from work at a senior center and was just a six-minute drive from home when she became trapped, relatives told the network.CNN.
Tomasia Brown, one of Taylor’s older sisters, told television that the deceased girl sent a video on a family chat around 3 p.m. Friday.
Anndel Taylor, 22, died in her car after being trapped by Buffalo blizzard while driving home from work. She was found after 18 hours. She sent her family this final video from inside the car. pic.twitter.com/w8GBwR9UOm
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) December 27, 2022
Taylor has captured the icy and snowy conditions in the video. She told her sisters in North Carolina that she was stuck and it was snowing, only six minutes from her home.
Although he dialed 911, officers were unable to save him due to heavy snow along the way.
“Their plan was to wait until the police arrived” his sister said. But if that failed, he planned “get up and go when your car is out of gas”, He also said that he planned to go to sleep and would try to walk home after waking up if help could not be found.
His family said they kept in touch with Taylor as the days went on. At one point, Taylor texted separately to tell one of her other sisters that she was starting to panic, Brown said.
I didn’t really think so. It was like a stinging sensation in my stomach, a pain I had never felt before.
Taylor’s mother, Brown Steele, told CNN she was in “shock”.
It would not be until the next day that Taylor’s body would be removed from the car, Brown said, after a woman sent a message on Facebook to inform Brown that she had also found the car and her sister’s body.
Winter storm in the United States has claimed the lives of 50 people, ‘Unfortunately, police expect the numbers to retweeted Mayor Byron Brown of Buffalo, the county’s largest city, which has been paralyzed by three-foot snowbanks and power outages for five days, and where more snow was forecast to fall Tuesday.