Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Nightmare: Woman dies after being trapped in car for 18 hours during Hurricane Elliot

A 22-year-old woman died after being hit by a blizzard in New York, United Statessent a terrifying video to her family after she was trapped in her car for at least 18 hours before she was found dead.

Andell Taylor became one of at least 28 people killed in what Governor Cathy Hochul What she calls the “blizzard of the century” after getting stuck on her way home from work Buffalo Friday evening.

He shared a series of videos with his sisters in North Carolina; Last time, after midnight, he was shown rolling down a snow-covered window to reveal a nearby van, with its hazard lights on.

“I was telling my sister she was scared,” Tomasia Brown, one of Taylor’s sisters, told WSOC-TV.

Her family told the outlet that she was believed to have been trapped in her car for about 18 hours until she was found the day before she died. Christmas,

“He called 911 and he was waiting for them,” his mother, Wanda Brown Steele, told the television station.

But “everyone who tried to get it got stuck,” Brown said.

“The fire department, the police, everyone was trapped,” he said, explaining why there were no emergency vehicles in the “icy state” that could get to work during the monster storm.

During the storm, Brown posted a message saying that he had “every BuffaloTaylor, who moved from Charlotte to Buffalo last year to help care for her ailing father.

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Tailor She told her sisters in a group chat that she planned to get some sleep and then try to walk to safety if help didn’t arrive when she woke up, her mother said.

The mother hastily informed her family members. Buffalowhere Taylor was born, so they “dated again,” he told WSOC-TV.

“Then they opened the window and saw she was there,” said the grieving mother.

mother of Tailor They believe that their daughter probably died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

“The car It was working and the snow kept falling, so it blocked the pipe, the exhaust pipe,” he said. “Then after the car shut off, that’s when it froze.”

It came shortly before Taylor’s 23rd birthday, and while she was “still getting presents under the tree”. ChristmasBrown said.

The family is trying to bring her body back to Charlotte, where they moved when Taylor was 2 years old. So far, an online fundraiser has raised nearly $10,000 of a $12,000 goal.

“We’re trying to get him here because I want him here with me,” his mother said.

Taylor’s grandmother, Sylvia Taylor, told WSOC-TV: “It’s so easy to wonder, ‘Why, God? Why?’ But we shouldn’t always know the answer.”

In a series of heartwarming tributes online, Brown called her sister a “golden girl… the funniest, most down-to-earth, most hooded little sister!”

He wrote, “I’m sorry I would do anything to be with you.”

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