Child Who Died In Taylorsville Auto-Pedestrian Crash Identified
TAYLORSVILLE, Utah – The community continues to rally behind the mother who lost one of her infant twins in a crash Tuesday.
Meanwhile, police have identified the child who died in the crash as 22-month-old Hadley Marroquin.
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The crash happened in the area of 3200 West and 5000 South.
Police said a car stopped for a dog on the street when a truck plowed into it from behind. The collision sent the car on a collision course with the 42-year-old mother and her twin daughters, who were in a stroller.
The victim’s mother has been at the bedside of the surviving twin, who police have not identified. Authorities said the child remains in critical condition.
According to neighbors, the girl underwent surgery, and there are still more ahead.
A GoFundMe* account has been set up to help the family with expenses.
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