Tampa teen hurt in motorcycle crash second to die days later
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UPDATE : Days after a deadly motorcycle crash, the 15-year-old Plant High student who was a passenger has died, police said Tuesday morning.
TAMPA, Fla. (BIKER DAD) — A Tampa teen hurt in motorcycle crash fighting for her life has the thoughts and prayers of friends and family behind her. 10 Tampa Bay spoke to them. You can see their video story in the player above.
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The TV station reports Taylor Koulouris, 15, was on the back of the motorcycle when it collided with a Kia Sorento Friday. Both she and the person operating the bike are students at Plant High School.
The station reports more than 100 people from South Tampa joined together Sunday night to pray for the teens. “This prayer vigil is for us to pray for the one who is still fighting and for the one who we lost,” said Kenny Hubell, the Director of Contemporary Worship and Chaplain to Youth and Families at Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church told channel 10.
“She’s beautiful inside and out. We’re coming together in hope and prayer that God can make this OK,” Hubbell stated. Her injuries are serious, so prayers are needed.
The 15-year-old driving the bike died in the crash.
The investigation is still under way.
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