A buffalo The nurse’s heartbreaking final text messages claim that emergency responders didn’t bother to save her during the historic snowstorm in upstate New York before she died, as the death toll continues to climb to 34.
Annedel Taylor wrote that she became increasingly “angry” as she waited in her car for more than 30 hours before dying, likely from carbon monoxide poisoning, her family previously said shadow room Report.
“You don’t give a man I stg,” Taylor wrote, using initials for “give af ***” and “swear to God.”
Buffalo Nurse’s latest texts claim emergency response teams failed to give “AF***” after city was pounded with more than 50 inches of snow
In a TikTok video, one of Taylor’s tearful sisters shared an hour-long group chat that ended with pictures of the snow-covered car where Taylor was found on Christmas Eve, on one of the coldest holidays in modern history.
Overall, over 60 people are dead across the US, with 34 people killed in the hardest-hit area of Erie County, New York, where the city of Buffalo said it received more than 50 inches of snow The Independent.
On Wednesday, Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz confirmed three more deaths, making last weekend’s blizzard the deadliest storm to hit western New York in at least two generations, the outlet reports.
ANNDEL TAYLOR, please keep my maiden name alive and take her home to Charlotte! She will NEVER FORGET 👼🏾💫 Sit down baby and roll a FAT 💋💞
Meanwhile, Taylor’s tragic death was the most publicized yet, with the 22-year-old college student’s death occurring shortly before her 23rd birthday.
Recent texts show Buffalo Nurse’s frustration at lack of help as she languishes in her snow-covered car
Her final messages, which she sent to her three sisters in North Carolina, revealed their plight in real time on Friday, with video of their car covered in snow and ice.
“Stuck in a snowstorm,” she wrote.
Sylva, one of the sisters, unaware of the impending tragedy, responded with “Lmao” — short for “laugh my ass off,” likening the situation to when “SpongeBob had to deliver them pizzas.”
But a few hours later, Taylor said she’s still stuck, on a commute that normally only takes eight minutes.
By this point, her car’s muffler was “already damn close to the ground” and there was “snow up to the tires,” she wrote to her sisters in the group chat, making driving impossible.
“I’m terribly irritated,” she wrote.
Anndel Taylor, 22, died in her car after being caught in a Buffalo blizzard on her way home from work. She was found after 18 hours. She sent her family this latest video from the car. pic.twitter.com/w8GBwR9UOm
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) December 27, 2022
Despite the long wait, Taylor stayed in anticipation that rescue workers would arrive soon, the lyrics reveal.
“They’re sending a police officer to me,” she said, adding that she didn’t know “how long that’s going to take.”
“I don’t know how long this gas lasts,” she told her sisters in the group chat
After a few hours, one of the nurses checked on her and asked, “Are you still out there, Pookie?” about 5 1/2 hours after she got trapped in the snow, to which she replied, “Sorry.”
That’s when Taylor’s sense of urgency kicked in when emergency responders couldn’t get to her.
“Maybe it’s all over,” she said of the emergency response. “UNPREPARED!!! In a state known for ‘snow’.
Taylor went on to tell her sisters that she had heat in her car but “didn’t know how long this gas was going to last,” and told them a couple of times that she planned to sleep while she was awaiting help from emergency responders was waiting.
“I’m angry my door is almost covered,” she wrote.
The family is furious over Anndel Taylor’s death just as National Guard, state and military police were dispatched to Buffalo
Tomeshia Brown, the sister who shared the tribute – which has been viewed more than three million times as of Wednesday – made it clear she is angry at the lack of help her sister has received.
She “still got presents under the tree at Christmas,” her sister said.
Meanwhile, state and military police have been dispatched to Buffalo to enforce a driving ban so responders can clear snow and reach people stranded in cars and homes.
The state National Guard has also begun going door-to-door conducting social checks in neighborhoods that have lost power.
The death toll is expected to continue rising as the city continues to work on clearing snow.
Those interested in donating to Taylor’s family GoFundMe can do so here.
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