A fatal crash Monday night in Robertson County has claimed another life.
According to officials at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, three-year-old Wyncie Bouge passed away Saturday night.
A Facebook page was created following the crash. A post Saturday night read, "This has been the most difficult time in our lives, but we know that God is being glorified by using her. Our sweet Wyncie spiritually left us Monday, but her body left us at 5:45 p.m. today. We have been so overwhelmed by the out pouring of love and support. Thank you all for your prayers and generosity. Praise God!"
Wyncie's mother, Megan, and two-week-old brother Emmett were injured in the crash but are expected to survive.
The crash also has claimed the lives of Megan Bouge's mother, Janice Carlton, and the driver of the other vehicle, Mandricus Darden, 27, of Springfield.
To support the Bouge family and to make donations for expenses, visit GiveForward.com.
Donations can also be made at any Regions Bank under the "Bouge Family Assistance Fund" and at the First Baptist Church of Greenbrier.
Checks can be made payable to: FBC/Bouge First Baptist Church, PO Box 485, Greenbrier, TN 37073
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