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Granville County ADA's Daughter Killed In Crash

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The 2-year-old daughter of an assistant Granville County district attorney suffered fatal personal injuries in a wreck on the morning of November 5, according to close family friends and the district attorney’s office.


North Carolina state troopers did not make the identities of the victims of the wreck, which took place on Brassfield Road, near Lawrence Road, east of Creedmoor at about 7:15 a.m., immediately available.


But family friends and Granville District Attorney Sam Currin said that Kamryn Gardner, daughter of Assistant District Attorney Tasha Clay-Gardner, was one of the crash’s victims.


Currin said Clay-Gardner’s husband was also hospitalized for the injuries he suffered in the crash. Information about his condition was not immediately made available.


Troopers said that a father and young daughter were traveling west on Brassfield when the car struck a deer. The man lost control and the vehicle ran off the road and overturned into a swampy area.


WRAL News said that passersby said they rushed to the victims’ aid, but the girl was trapped in her car seat.

Category: Car Accidents

3 Comments to "Granville County ADA's Daughter Killed In Crash"

I am so sorry for your loss. Sorry isn't expressive enough...I've been praying for your family since a close family friend who is a trooper told me. I don't know you all, but you're in my thoughts and prayers often.
Posted by Latasha Holding on May 14, 2012 at 02:44 PM
I am Tasha's first cousin and I have information so that you can contact Keith and the family. I'm glad that you reached out to us in this tragic time. If you could please post your e-mail information I could forward you their contact info. R.I.P Kamryn! We love and miss you sweet angel....
Posted by Brittany on November 27, 2010 at 02:10 AM
I would like to send my condolences to the family. This is for my brother who I haven't seen in 22yrs since he was 14yrs old so if anyone knows how I can contact Keith please email me some information I would really love to speak with him and his family. For the neiece that I never got a chance to meet R.I.P. may god bless your soul.
Love Aunt Donna
Posted by Donna on November 9, 2010 at 04:03 PM

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