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Kayleigh Smith Car Accident Troy TX, Soccer player and Weightlifting teams member has died

Kayleigh Smith Obituary, Death – In Coryell County, Texas, there was a rollover accident that resulted in the deaths of two people. One of the victims was identified as Nakoda Cheyenne Layton, who was 18 years old, while another victim was identified as a girl who was 17 years old. Both victims were identified by the Texas Department of Public Safety. The identity of the young lady should not be disclosed. The Department of Public Safety was informed that the two youths were not wearing seatbelts at the time of the accident.

During the early hours of Monday morning, they were thrown out of the vehicle they were riding in as it rolled over on Interstate 14. According to the Department of Public Safety, the event occurred in the eastbound lane adjacent to Central Texas College at around mile marker 278, thirty minutes before one o’clock in the morning.

It was alleged that Layton went off the roadway and collided with an embankment, which resulted in the truck flipping over. According to the Department of Public Safety, they were traveling in a gray Dodge Ram from 2006 at the time of the incident. Layton and the girl were both found to have passed away at the scene of the accident, as stated by the Department of Public Safety.

The Texas Department of Public Safety would like to take this opportunity to urge all drivers and passengers to always wear their seatbelts. According to the Department of Public Safety, wearing a safety belt will considerably reduce the likelihood of suffering a catastrophic injury in the event of a collision with another vehicle. This is in addition to the fact that wearing a safety belt is currently required by the state authorities.

An online fundraising effort on GoFundMe was started by Darin Crawford to aid the Layton family with financial support. The journal identifies the girl as being Layton’s girlfriend as Kayleigh Smith, who is 17 years old. Smith is the girl listed in the publication. No attempt was made by DPS to verify her identity in any way. Crawford is the one who is posting on the GoFundMe page, and he says that “throughout the past few years, this family has been through a great deal more than any family should have to encounter.” We are committed to providing our Troy family with any aid they may require during this difficult time, and we are organizing this fundraiser event to do just that.

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