Burn victim dies in Indy hospital
A woman rescued from a burning vehicle by four local teenagers last week died Wednesday, after succumbing to her injuries.
Taylor Waldron, 32, sustained serious burns after loosing control of her pick-up truck on U.S. 231 near Fincastle. Passers-by pulled her from the truck before flames engulfed the entire cab. Waldron sustained third-degree burns to more than 45 percent of her body and suffered a broken leg and cervical vertebra.
Waldron moved to Greencastle in February where she worked as a hairdresser. She was the caretaker of her three young nephews.
"We love Taylor for her selfless generosity," said close friend Ronnie Pejril," who added that she and her family received an outpouring of support form the Greencastle community.
"We ask that the community keep Taylor and her family in their prayers," Pejril said.
The Marion County Coroner's office is investigating Waldron's death.