Julia Maxwell Obituary, Death – The victim of a hit-and-run accident that occurred on Monday evening at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has been identified as a nurse who worked at the facility, according to the officials who investigated the incident. The accident occurred when the driver of a vehicle that struck the nurse and then fled the scene.
Julia Maxwell, who had recently celebrated 35 years of working as a nursing assistant at Le Bonheur, has been identified as the pedestrian who was killed in the fatal car crash involving pedestrians that occurred at the intersection of Winchester and Clarke roads in Memphis, officials said on Tuesday. The accident was a fatal car crash involving pedestrians that occurred at the intersection of Winchester and Clarke roads in Memphis. Maxwell was one of the people hurt in the accident. Maxwell sustained injuries after being struck by a vehicle at the intersection of the Winchester and Clarke roads.
The accident was reported to the police on Monday evening, and according to them, the driver who was responsible for the accident ran away after the accident occurred. The accident was reported to have occurred.
According to the findings of the investigation, medical personnel at the scene of the collision pronounced Maxwell dead on the spot.
Michael Wiggins, president of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, issued a statement in which he expressed the hospital’s “heartbreak” over Julia’s passing. He used the phrase “heartbroken” in his statement. According to Wiggins, “Julia was extremely well regarded and treasured by all of those who shared her place of employment.” Without the contribution that she made, the quality of life for our Le Bonheur family would have been significantly diminished.
She devoted the first 35 years of her life to giving back to our community and watching out for what was in the kids’ best interests. We are utterly heartbroken to learn of the tragic loss that her family must cope with as a result of the unexpected death.
As of yet, the investigation into the collision has not led to any arrests being made as a result of its findings.
If you or someone you know witnessed the collision, please get in touch with CrimeStoppers as soon as possible at the toll-free number (800) 528-CASH. If the information you provide results in an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000, depending on how much information you provide.