Friends and coworkers spent the majority of their weekend celebrating the life of a young Lafayette, Indiana girl whose life ended much too soon from a fatal car crash. Furthermore, 19-year-old, Aubree Kramer was killed in Pensacola, Florida when she was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck by a Florida Highway Patrol car that crossed the centerline.
In addition, the car crash happened at the intersection of Avalon Boulevard and Santa Monica Street where Kramer was killed instantly. The driver of the vehicle walked away with minor injuries. Aubree and her sister Ireland had just moved to Florida in August. Likewise, Aubree worked at her grandparents Matco Tool business, and was planning on starting college in the spring while joining the National Guard.
Now Kramer’s family and friends are trying to raise enough money to bring her home to Indiana to be buried. On Wednesday a dollar from each coney dog and root beer sold at Dog n’ Suds restaurant will be donated to Kramer’s GoFundMe page. Matco Tool coworkers also set up a crowd funding campaign as well in an effort to raise $30,000 for costs of the funeral.
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