GoFundMe started for young girl seriously injured in Nov. 5 Currituck accident

By on November 9, 2022

Haley. (GoFundMe)

Update: The North Carolina State Highway Patrol has provided additional details on the Nov. 5 accident. Hayley, who lives in Powells Point, was struck by a 2020 Toyota SUV driven by Emilio Eric Estrada, 34-year-old male from Grandy, who was traveling with a 27-year-old female passenger, also from Grandy. Alcohol or drugs were not a factor in the accident, an investigation is still ongoing and there are no charges at this time.


On Saturday Nov. 5, at about 10 p.m., a pedestrian, identified as young girl, was struck and seriously injured by a vehicle on U.S. 158 in Powells Point.

This story on WAVY10 indicates that the girl, Hayley, is an 11-year-old student at Currituck County Middle School who was crossing the highway with another family member when she was struck. It also reported that no charges will be filed in connection with the accident. 11-year-old girl fighting for her life after being struck by vehicle on US-158 in Currituck | WAVY.com

A GoFundMe account to help with expenses was started a few days ago. Here is the information on that GoFundMe page as well as a link. Fundraiser by Paula White: PLEASE HELP (gofundme.com)

“As many of you may know, Hayley was hit by a car Saturday night. As a parent’s worse nightmare!!! She was sent by helicopter To CHKD and fighting for her Life and is in Critical condition. Hayley has multiple injuries from head to toe which include…fractures, contusions, lesions etc. First procedure she’s going to have a spinal fusion it could be today or the next few days If you would like to assist the family any donation would be greatly appreciated. All funds raised will go directly to Hayley’s medical cost and to help her parents with travel expenses and food. On behalf of Jennifer Booth, Mikey Harris and family we appreciate the outpouring of love, prayers and support shown through this difficult time. Keep the prayers coming as Hayley has a long road ahead!”





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  • Glenn

    Our prayers and thoughts are with Haley & her family. How very tragic. Prayers for all.

    Wednesday, Nov 9 @ 6:25 pm
  • Josephine

    This is so sad and I’m sure we don’t have all the information but why was an 11 year old girl out on highway in the first place?

    Wednesday, Nov 9 @ 6:51 pm
  • Travis

    Why do the cops treat accidents like state secrets while drug arrests get above-the-fold public amplification?

    Wednesday, Nov 9 @ 8:37 pm
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