Asheboro, NC – The person who perished in a horrible accident on Saturday, May 13, 2023, was named Kaslyn Switzer, a resident of Asheboro, North Carolina. Kaslyn passed away as a result of the accident’s wounds. The public still doesn’t know what caused the deadly catastrophe. On social media, Kaslyn Switzer has received tributes from friends, family, and loved ones.
A Facebook user Daryn Trogdon wrote, “You never know, never. I just talked to Kaslyn yesterday. I would’ve never guessed it was the last time I would hear from her, ever. 8 years ago we become best friends, bound by laughter, good times, and a sense of safety. I could call on her for anything. Late-night rides around, bonfires, and good times, we always had a good time. Life will never be the same without her, but I rest in the peace and hope of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
“He is a Healer, Miracle Worker, and Promise Keeper, and I’m clinging to the hope that one day we will be reunited in Him, said Daryn. I’ll always miss you. I feel as though Skyler and I have split in two. Kaslyn, I hope you realize how much we adore you. Please remember the Switzer family and us in your prayers, friends and family. This is a devastating loss. May we reconnect, Kase!”
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According to the Asheboro Fire Department, a car collided with a building in Asheboro on Monday, resulting in one person being taken to the hospital. According to firefighters, when they got to the scene, a car that had gone over an embankment and partially into a Verizon facility on Dixie Drive had a person stuck inside.
The vehicle’s front was about 8 feet off the ground. When the individual inside the automobile was removed through the hatchback, they were in severe condition.
The Verizon building was evacuated out of concern for the structure’s structural stability, and assistance from other agencies was requested because of the collapse to help stabilize the car.
Once the car was stable and the patient was being transported to the hospital, Randolph County EMS helped to remove the victim from the vehicle.
When a City of Asheboro building inspector visited the scene to analyze the structure, he found structural damage that rendered the building hazardous.