Female nurse died in car in the middle of American snowstorm !!!!
When discovered, the body of nurse Taylor was like an “ice block” inside the car she was stuck for 24 hours in a snowstorm in New York.
After a shift at a hospital in Buffalo, New York state on December 23, Anndel Taylor, 22, drove home and got stuck in a snowstorm, the victim’s mother said on December 27.
During the time she was stranded, Taylor kept sending updates to her family in North Carolina, including videos showing her stuck in a car as the snow grew heavier. A video shows the car windows completely covered in snow.
Just after midnight on Christmas, Taylor posted the final video, which shows her pulling down a snow-covered window, pointing the camera at a nearby truck also caught in a blizzard with emergency lights on. .
Taylor’s family believes she may have died of carbon monoxide poisoning due to the snow that covered the exhaust while she slept. She left the engine running to keep warm.
“I think my son passed away peacefully,” the victim’s mother said. “My baby was lying on his back with his arms crossed and his feet on the front of the car as if he were sleeping peacefully.”
A Buffalo city support group volunteer went to the scene to look after Taylor’s body. This person also FaceTimed the victim’s family. “I saw my baby lying there and freezing. My daughter turned into ice,” Brown Steele said.
Volunteers then helped some of Taylor’s relatives move the body to the hospital. The tragedy happened just before Taylor’s 23rd birthday, January 13.
The victim’s family said several 911 calls during the blizzard went unanswered. They also questioned the failure of rescuers to support people in extreme weather conditions.
This unusually large blizzard, originating from a low pressure area above the Great Lakes in the north, has swept many US states since the weekend, killing at least 50 people nationwide. Buffalo, New York’s second-largest city, was among the hardest hit. Some parts of the city were buried under a layer of snow more than 1.2m deep, causing many households to lose power. State Governor Kathy Hochul described it as the “blizzard of the century”.
Taylor’s sister, Shawnequa Brown, describes her as funny and sincere. “I’m so sorry, I would do anything to turn back time, to be with you at that time,” she wrote.
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