Young Missouri boy killed in car crash with illegal Venezuelan migrant

Missouri Child Tragically Killed in Collision Involving Illegal Immigrant

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The sister of a Missouri boy, tragically killed in a head-on collision, shared her frustration following the arrest of a woman driving illegally in the U.S. Travis Wolfe was about to turn 12 the next day in December when Endrina Bracho, a Venezuelan migrant without a driver’s license, crashed into his family’s car. Wolfe passed away on March 6 after being removed from life support. “It makes me really angry,” Taylor Wolfe expressed on “Fox & Friends.” She pointed out the requirements for driving legally in the U.S., which Bracho did not meet, including having a valid driver’s license and being in the country legally to obtain insurance.

Taylor Wolfe lamented the loss of her brother due to the driver’s lack of knowledge. On the day of the accident, she noticed her family’s sudden stop on the Life360 app and rushed to the scene, only to find the devastating aftermath. Fox News Digital learned from authorities that Bracho was driving at 70 miles per hour in a 40 mile per hour zone in the wrong direction on the highway. Travis’ parents sustained serious injuries, including broken wrists, ribs, and sternum.

Waiting to hear about her family’s condition felt like an eternity to Taylor. Bracho is now held in St. Louis County jail with a $500,000 bond. She faces charges of involuntary manslaughter, assault, endangering a child, and driving without a valid license. Taylor remembered her brother as a light in any room, always trying to make people laugh and looking out for his friends.

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