The 33-year-old mother was driving with her niece and another child whom she was babysitting when her car veered off the road, becoming engulfed in flames.
According to Tennessee Highway Patrol teams, it appears the accident occurred when Tiffany Sumners’ car veered off the road and she overcorrected. The car spun out before hitting a tree, igniting a fire immediately upon impact. The crash caused a malfunction in the vehicle, causing all four doors of the vehicle to lock, trapping the three passengers inside.
Passing motorists ran towards the fiery wreck and shattered a window to release the passengers. Sadly, the only survivor was Sumners’ 6-year-old niece, Grayson.
Sumners had raised her Grayson as her own daughter. The loving mother and aunt, and the child she was babysitting, were killed in the crash.
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