Robyn Degennaro Obituary, Death – Robyn L. Degennaro, a driver died on Thursday as a result of the injuries she incurred in the crash that occurred in Davidson County that killed a mother and her two children. According to the findings of the investigation, the crash was likely caused by a combination of factors, including both speed and alcohol consumption. On the morning of January 6, a collision took place on Highway 109 roughly one mile south of Cid Road.
According to the report written by the state trooper, the Toyota veered to the left of the center line and was involved in a head-on collision with a Chrysler and a Chevrolet. When a truck collided with the Chrysler that Brittany Palmer was driving with her two sons, Lincoln, 7, and Ayden, 12, all three of them were killed. Lincoln was 7 years old and Ayden was 12 years old. “My life would not have been the same without the presence of Brittany and the boys. We never had a problem overcoming anything as long as we were together, but now that I’m going through the most difficult moment of my life without them, I’m having a hard time.” Dennis Palmer, the boys’ biological father, is the one who made those remarks.
These boys attended both Silver Valley Elementary and South Davidson Middle schools during their educational careers. In recent years, rumble strips have been installed on the portion of the highway that runs between Thomasville and Denton in an effort to reduce the frequency and severity of collisions of this kind. While authorities seek to make the route safer, they advise drivers to pay attention to both the road and the people in their immediate environment.
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