Summer Taylor (A Seattle protester) Wiki, Summer Taylor Biography
Summer Taylor, 24-years-old, has died at the hospital after getting struck by a speeding car on Saturday midnight during a rally held against the police brutality in the state. Read Wiki Bio of Summer Taylor, Seattle BLM Protester, who died after Dawit Kelete drove into her.
Summer Taylor Cause of death
Summer Taylor Seattle Protester Dies in Hit & Run Crash – Details Wiki Age Photo Family Facebook
Seattle’s Summer Taylor death news came after Washington State Patrol announced on Saturday evening that the highway was closed and that it would arrest people protesting at Interstate-5.
The patrol posted the message on social media, saying the move was to protect the protesters.
“For the safety of all citizens, including protesters and drivers, pedestrians walking on the highway will be arrested,” the agency said.
Who was the Drover suspect of Summer Taylor?
The state police agency identified the suspect as Dawit Kelete, 27, a Seattle citizen who passed a closed I-5 highway on the wrong side and shot two protesters at midnight on Saturday.
“Car! Car!” It is heard in the video shot by protesters.
An ambulance immediately arrived at the scene, and the two victims took Diaz Love & Summer Taylor to the Harborview Medical Center in a nearby hospital. Doctors reported that Taylor had life-threatening injuries after the accident.
Summer Taylor, one of two demonstrators who was struck by a car while protesting in Seattle, has died. The second protester, Diaz Love, remains in serious condition. https://t.co/3fHZvSANkH
— NPR (@NPR) July 5, 2020
I talked to Katelyn Hoberecht, vet clinic co-worker of Summer Taylor, dead at 24: “Staying out all day and night (at the protests) while still working full time taking care of animals . . .the most ecstatic human being I have ever met . . .” https://t.co/Lj8iwpet8m pic.twitter.com/ifCxWR3JDI
— Erik Lacitis (@ErikLacitis) July 5, 2020
Absolutely heartbreaking. Summer Taylor was only 24-years-old, peacefully protesting for Black Lives Matter when they were struck by a car. Thinking of their family during this difficult time and everyone in the movement today. pic.twitter.com/i7hqkjSSMH
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) July 5, 2020