Winifred Wolfgramm Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, a car and a pedestrian collided at the intersection of 2100 East and 1300 South in Salt Lake City, resulting in the death of a teenage girl. The girl is believed to have been struck by a Nissan pickup truck at approximately 3:30 p.m. while she was crossing the street. According to a statement released by the Salt Lake City Police Department, the driver navigated a turn from 1300 South to 2100 East.
On Thursday, the police announced that the deceased was a girl who was 11 years old. Her name is Winifred “Winnie” Wolfgram, and she was a student at Bonneville Elementary School in the sixth grade. A GoFundMe account has been set up to collect financial contributions in order to pay for funeral costs. When she was struck by the car, it appeared that Winnie was walking home from school with a friend, according to a witness. According to the woman, the boyfriend was already on the other side of the street, but the girl was still in the middle of the crossing when the vehicle made its right turn.
The woman, who identified herself only by her first name, Brooklen, stated that she called 911 and was given the instruction to hand the girl over to the authorities. She and another bystander immediately began performing chest compressions until the arrival of the emergency medical personnel around six minutes later. According to the authorities, Winnie was rushed to a hospital, but she passed away shortly after arriving there.
The man who was driving the vehicle, who was 47 years old, remained at the scene of the collision and worked with the investigators after it happened. A later gathering of parishioners took place at Bonneville Elementary School, where they draped ribbons. According to the reports from the police, this accident resulted in the 24th fatality related to traffic in Salt Lake City this year.