Beloved types and community associates are gathering Thursday evening to bear in mind the life of Brooklyn Brouhard, a 9-calendar year-outdated woman killed in a motorcycle crash around Lawrence.
The vigil, prepared for 7:30 p.m. at Eudora’s recreation center, will be a celebration of “an angel that was tragically taken much too quickly,” according to the celebration description on Facebook.
Brooklyn was driving a bike on Saturday with her grandfather when a van collided with them, killing the younger female, law enforcement explained. The driver of the van then fled the scene.
The crash happened together East 1900 Road and Kansas Highway 10 as the motorcycle was heading north on East 1900 Street all over 5:15 p.m. Saturday, law enforcement stated. The driver of the van pulled from a cease sign at the best of the ramp from eastbound K-10 and collided with the motorcycle, the sheriff’s place of work claimed.
The motorcycle overturned, and witnesses reported the driver of the van fled the scene, continuing onto eastbound K-10, leaving a element of the van’s bumper guiding.
54-12 months-outdated Barry Larson was driving the motorcycle and sustained injuries that ended up not lifetime-threatening, police stated. Brouhard was rushed to the hospital in crucial ailment, but afterwards died.
As of Thursday early morning, a GoFundMe made by family members customers garnered far more than $18,000 in donations.
The on-line fundraiser, established by Brooklyn’s aunt and uncle, was established to aid the girl’s dad and mom include the surprising funeral fees.
“The family would like to thank the community for all the prayers and help at this difficult time,” they wrote.
This tale was originally posted May 19, 2022 7:10 AM.
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