A 36-year-old mother of four is dead soon after stopping to help a driver who was in a website traffic incident in Boone County, Kentucky.
Ana Kincart, who worked as a nurse at VA clinic in nearby Lawrenceburg, Indiana, was driving to do the job when she stopped to check out on the driver of a car or truck that she witnessed remaining hit only a couple of times before on the Carroll Cropper Bridge, People.com reviews.
As Kincart was waiting around for the authorities to get there so she could give a assertion, she was strike by one more car, killing her and the other driver, according to a Fb publish written by household members.
“Our hearts are ripped out,” wrote stepfather Andy Cline.
“Being a nurse she exited her automobile to check on the younger man in the accident. He was Alright but she stays to give a assertion to the law enforcement. When waiting she was rear-finished by two distinct motor vehicles killing both of those she one particular particular person who was in the other incident. Remember to pray for my relatives.”
Family members explained Kincart as a “loving, selfless nurse” who worked through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Boone County Law enforcement Department issued a assertion stating that the “double deadly accident” took place at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, and initially included a one Chevrolet Camaro, but turned into a multi-car collision that took the existence of two individuals in separate autos.
Of the four cars and trucks that have been involved, just one driver was taken to the hospital with reasonable accidents though the other was not injured at all. The other driver who was killed was 24-calendar year-old, Brandon Hicks.
Kincart is survived by her husband, Donnie, and 4 children.
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