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Victim in Springville auto-pedestrian collision dies
SPRINGVILLE, Utah — The Springville Department of Public Safety reported Wednesday evening that the victim in an auto-pedestrian accident Tuesday morning has died from her injuries.
Springville emergency personnel responded to the auto-pedestrian collision Tuesday morning near the area of 620 S. Canyon Road area.
The family of Lilly Warren issued a statement Wednesday evening, which reads in part:
“The light of our life Lilly Warren passed away peacefully at Utah Valley Hospital surrounded by her family after succumbing to her injuries from the tragic accident on Canyon Road in Springville, Utah,” said the statement. “Her accident has impacted her younger brothers and so many of her family, friends, classmates, and every person that Lilly met and made immediate friends with. We are so grateful to all of the witnesses, first responders, bystanders, and Utah Valley Hospital staff who rendered lifesaving care to Lilly and helped her to survive one more day so that we could all be gathered around her and let her know how much she is loved before she passed.”
Police told KSL TV’s Matt Rascon that the girl was in a crosswalk on her way to Springville High School when a pickup hit her.
A GoFundMe Page sat been set up on behalf of the victim.
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