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Car crashes have become quite common these days due to carelessness. Recently a horrible accident in North Carolina has been the talk of the town. The parents of the 1-year-old baby were following a law when tragedy struck them badly.
In North Carolina, there is a mandatory law to pull over the car for the funeral processions. Father Silas Hart, 21, and mother Katheryn Reep, 21, pulled over the car to make way for a funeral procession.
Read on to know how the 1-year-old baby Jaylah Hart lost her life in this terrible accident.
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Jaylah Hart was seated at the back of the car in SUV. Her parents slowed down to pull over for a funeral procession in Lincolnton, North Carolina.
Chevrolet Silverado belonging to Mr. Jones got badly crashed into the back of Silas Hart's Chevrolet Equinox.
She suffered for two days in the hospital before taking her last breath.
Little Jaylah's organs have saved the life of three babies.
No charges have been laid against Mr. Jones till now.
Kim Travis, a spectator of this accident, stated, "My son and I heard a large crash. We didn't hear any screeching of any brakes or anything. Just a large crash and the woman was screaming, 'My baby, my baby!'"
Silas mentioned in the Facebook post, 'I've been through a lot of things in my life. This is the one pain I wish on no one in this world. I know now how hard it will be to forgive. The hate in me for another person has never been this deep. It's taking all I've got to keep my head above the water.'
Jaylah's parents wrote on GoFundMe page, 'God gained another beautiful angel. Our beautiful daughter Jaylah Kassidy Hart is now walking the streets of the God and hasn't got a care in the world. Only god knows why she was called home early. My wife Kathryn and I believe we know the reason. We believe she was put here to save other families from going through what we had to overcome. Giving other kids the chance to fulfill life to the fullest and enjoy all that life has to offer. We appreciate all the calls, messages, and prayers along with everyone who came by to check on us. Just be with us at this time and keep us in your thoughts in our time of need.'
Jaylah's parents have created a GoFundMe page to get financial aid for hospital and funeral costs. Check out their link "Butterflies in Heaven." https://www.gofundme.com/274xnh3s.