Anndel Taylor: Buffalo Storm victim died trapped in car

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Annedel Taylor

Anndel Taylor has been identified by family members as a storm victim in Buffalo, New York, who died trapped in a car.

Family members wrote in social media posts that police didn’t help them locate Taylor after learning she was stuck in her car, snow was building up outside and she couldn’t get out.

At least 26 victims have died in the Buffalo Blizzard as the death toll continued to mount in Erie and Niagara counties, New York. the authorities said in a press conference on December 26, 2022.

โ€œAnndel was one of my former students. Her light was strong and my prayers are with her family at this difficult time. Anndel rest in peace sweet girl,” one woman wrote on a GoFundMe page created by Taylor’s family.

Taylor’s sister Tommie Brown desperately asked for help.

she later wrote, โ€œMy sister was caught in a snow storm in Buffalo at 2pm yesterday. She was still stuck at 11pm last night!!!! Now she is lost under the snow and no one can find her! I have this pain in my stomach ๐Ÿ˜ซ๐Ÿ˜ขโ€

A loved one wrote: “Anndel Taylor, little girl, we’ve been struggling all day to find you… we’ve sent out wellness checks and everyone and the police have said they can’t do anything without checking the car.”

family members identified Taylor on social media and via the GoFundMe page.

You can see a summary of Buffalo Storm casualties and fatalities here. The other victim so far named by the family was William Clay, a retired truck driver who is believed to have frozen to death on a sidewalk.

Authorities have not officially confirmed the names of the Buffalo Storm victims. Erie County County Executive Mark Poloncarz said in the December 26, 2022 press conference that there are “probable additional deaths which will be announced later today”. He called it a “unique snowstorm of generations”. He said 25 people in Erie County had died from storm-related deaths and noted that one person in Niagara County had died from carbon monoxide poisoning. WGRZ-TV reports that the Niagara Death was a 27-year-old man. His name was not published.

Here’s what you need to know about Anndel Taylor:

Taylor was stranded for three days, but “no one saved her,” her sister wrote

Anndel Taylor’s sister wrote on Facebook, “She was stranded for 3 days and no one saved her!!!! I just can’t take it!โ€

Tommie Brown wrote: “This is crazy, she said the snow was on her stomach last night. The police just said she wasn’t in the car and her phone just kept ringing.”

Malik Smith wrote on Facebook:

I’m at a loss for words now but we just need to send love and show appreciation!! 2 days of multiple calls to 911 police stations, fire stations, every law enforcement agency that could have gotten to my niece earlier, until posts were shared and you all Buffalo people got together to help get out and look around the area, Domo Inking Nelson BESSINGS brotha for making the first effort to look in the car and find her. I know it wasn’t easy coming across something like this. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ฏ & Lisa Lisa ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพthe family just want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for the divine help and generosity from you and your sons that has stood in the way and reached out to us to finally get my niece Andel out of this one Cold & hospital hours after confirming her death we finally got to her body and took her to the hospital herself!! Isn’t that a shame! TO ALL ENFORCEMENT BODIES Smhโ€ฆ

Taylor’s sister shared a GoFundMe page and wrote: “We all loved you Anndel!!!! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘ผ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿซถ๐Ÿฝ We’re just trying to get her body back from Buffalo and put her to rest! Anything would help. Thanks in advance!”

She also wrote:

I really didn’t think I would or could ever do a post like this ๐Ÿฅฒ Christmas will never be the same again! My mf little sister is gone! Annedel!!! My Annicle! i am so heavy I’m so sorry, I would do anything to have been with you! I’m so proud of you and every single thing you’ve achieved and every single thing you set out to achieve! You, we are definitely the golden child…

Taylor’s Facebook page says she was single and lived in Buffalo, New York.

Taylor died in her car as snow built up, causing her to be unable to get out, her loved ones say

Shawnequa Brown created the GoFundMe page. It says that Taylor died trapped in a car as snow built up outside without being able to get out.

All family and friends have been told that a friend in need is indeed a friend and I come to you in that form

As you may all know, one of my daughters, our sister, your friend, died accidentally in a snow storm that took place on December 23rd and 24th in Buffalo, NY. She was stuck in her car for hours/days which caused the snow to continue to accumulate on her car and she was unable to get out. We are currently trying to put services together for a final goodbye.

We really need emotional and financial help to accomplish the task at hand and it is with a heavy heart that we are reaching out to all of you to help us.

Anything you support us with is greatly appreciated. Allow us to do what is right for her if she dies too soon. We’ll keep you all updated as we move forward.

All love to you…

Christian Spencer wrote on Facebook:

How am I supposed to agree to that? You were my very first kiss. my first love My childhood friend. My baby and wanted you to go to the movies with me ๐Ÿ’” I remember you and Vonn Deezy whoop old girl crush after church outside the house I’m so hurt words can’t explain how much I wish I could see you and hug you and hold you. I’m so sorry baby โค๏ธโ€๐Ÿฉน๐Ÿฅบ Anndel Taylor

Taylor’s sister Tommie Brown wrote on Facebook, “We’re just trying to bring my sister’s body home! She deserves to be here with us and I know she would like to be! We really need emotional and financial support to bring my baby back here from Buffalo. Anything and everything is greatly appreciated ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘ผ๐Ÿพ RIP ‘Anndela’ ๐Ÿฅบโ€

Buffalo Blizzard victims have died from exposure and cardiac events while shoveling and in cars

Winter Weather Storm Update December 26th 9:30amErie County Executive Mark Poloncarz provided an update on county operations overnight and into Monday with other senior county officials. ASL interpretation:

According to Erie County executive Mark PoloncarzIn a news conference on Dec. 26, 2022, the Erie County Department of Health’s medical examiner “reviewed reported deaths to determine who died from the blizzard.”

The county government said not all of the deaths were related to the storm, such as a person who died of natural causes in a heated home and was then picked up by police because regular ambulances and funeral services were unavailable. That has led to “a lot of different numbers” on social media and in the news media, he said.

Authorities sorted all of these deaths and, as of December 26, 2022, confirmed that 25 people in Erie County had died as a result of the 2022 snowstorm. Thirteen of those deaths were confirmed as of the evening of December 25, 2022. and another 12 on December 26th.

Poloncarz said they died in a car, outside from exposure, were found in a house and died of a heart event while blowing or shoveling snow. That “brings the total to 25 county-wide deaths,” he said.

Additionally, Niagara County had one death from carbon monoxide poisoning, Poloncarz confirmed, bringing the blizzard death toll to at least 26.

He said he did not yet have the location, age, gender or specific manner of death of the victims.

He offered his condolences to the families and called it a “horrible situation”.

Poloncarz said the death toll may now have surpassed the deaths from the 1977 Buffalo Blizzard.

Blizzard 2022’s “savagery” is even worse, he said, adding, “This is just awful.”

Poloncarz said some of the deaths were cardiac events related to snow shoveling and blowing snow, and he advised seniors or those with heart problems, including high blood pressure, not to attempt snow shoveling or plowing.

He said cold conditions constrict people’s arteries and veins, making it harder for the heart to pump blood. “This is heavy, dense snow that’s a few meters deep in some areas because of the drift,” he said. “We don’t want you to become just another coroner’s statistic.”

According to Poloncarz, temperatures should be 50 degrees by the end of the week. “A lot of the snow will melt,” he said.

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