Sixteen days after the accident that sheared in half the car he was riding in, Nate is still in critical condition but now breathing on his own and giving his family more reasons to hope.
The 61-year-old dishwasher and prep cook had worked at the restaurant for some 4 years. He didn’t own a car and lived in a small, nearby place.
The boy was flown to Halifax hospital in Daytona Beach in critical condition. The woman who was driving the car was in stable condition. The wreck took place south of Old Kings Elementary.
Gary W. Audette, 55, was traveling south on his Harley when he lost control late the evening of Sept. 18, veering onto the median of the interstate and flipping several times.
The News-Journal dealer was driving north when an elderly man who’d just been at the White Eagle Lounge pulled out of the driveway, causing the wreck. Neither was seriously injured.
An 11 year old, a 16 year old and a 19 year old ended a late night of speeding around Bunnell on two dirt-bikes with broken limbs.
A 62-year-old driver from Palm Coast and on her way to work in an SUV rolled once off US1 Thursday morning.
The wreck just before the Matanzas overpass caused the third fatality in three days on Flagler County roads.
The young people, from Ormond Beach, were returning from the beach and carried evidence of a party. None wore seat-belts.
The driver of a Toyota pick-up truck was over-correcting from a failed passing maneuver as he drove south on U.S. 1 at 6:15 a.m. Wednesday.