Kaley Paladino Car Accident – Family and friends of a Florida State University graduate and Tavares resident are calling for prayers and donations after a deadly car accident left a beloved mother injured. Kaley Paladino has been hospitalized in critical condition following a car crash that also left her son dead Thursday, August 17, 2023.
2-year-old son Guy Wesley died in a car accident that happened early Thursday. The family has been left devastated and heartbroken following the tragic incident. A GoFundMe Account has been created by the family to help raise funds for the funeral of Guy and for the mother’s medical bills.
“The Paladino family was struck with tragedy after a horrific accident resulting in the loss of their youngest beloved 2-year-old son Guy Wesley and severe injuries to his loving mother Kaley. Kaley is being treated in the hospital for numerous injuries and the family has much healing both physically and emotionally.”
As the family would appreciate donations, they also called for prayers as they seek to get over this period. “The money raised will be used towards the medical treatment of Kaley and memorial expenses for Guy Wesley. Guy Wesley was known for his cool calm demeanor and ever-present smile, always up for a hug that he could hold for hours. Kaley is known for her generous loving spirit and family-first attitude. The road ahead will be tough but together with friends, family, and God they will persevere.”
Guy Wesley Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
ALSO READ: Death investigation at (U.S. 92)
The death investigation being carried out by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office is currently underway on Memorial Boulevard (U.S. 92) in close proximity to Wabash Avenue in Lakeland. Additionally, law enforcement officers are present at the site of a traffic collision, which is believed to be connected to the aforementioned investigation. According to official sources, the collision occurred at approximately 2:30 a.m.
The closure of Memorial Boulevard (U.S. 92) occurred for an extended duration in both the eastbound and westbound directions, spanning from Wabash Avenue to Chestnut Road. According to authorities, although the probe does not pertain to Kathleen High School or any individuals associated with the school, it did have an effect on the flow of traffic during the morning hours.
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