9-Year-Old Girl Dies Following Car Crash In North Fort Worth


On June 1, a 9-year-old girl was placed in the hospital following a two-car wreck in North Fort Worth.

Now, the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office announced that the child died on Sunday.

Isabella Grace Nave’s death was determined to be an accident caused by blunt force neck and head wounds.

The wreck occurred at about 8:40 a.m., at the crossing of Avondale Haslet Road and Sendera Ranch Boulevard, close to U.S. 287 and Interstate 35W.

Detectives discovered that a maroon Chrysler minivan and a blue Volvo had run into each other. Isabella was transported to a medical facility, and two other people suffered minor wounds.

A GoFundMe has been created to assist Isabella’s relatives with expenses. The platform was set up prior to her death and was supposed to assist with medical costs. However, relatives are now requesting funds to assist with funeral and legal fees.

“We need your help to help our grieving family,” a family member expressed.

Authorities have requested that anyone with details about the wreck to call Detective C.L. Carter in the department’s Traffic Investigations Unit at 817-392-4885. All messages will be returned once left with a name and a call back number.

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