Mobile County teen dies two years after crash
South Alabama mourns the loss of a young woman who has been prayed for for two years.
Kaylee Carmichael was in a car accident on August 29, 2020 at the age of 16. She died last week on August 23. She was 18 years old.
Her family has kept family and community members updated on Kaylee’s condition with a Facebook page titled “Team Kaylee.”
The family said they thought things were looking better until Carmichael got COVID. Due to her weakened condition from traumatic brain injury (TBI), she was treated from home. She had recently shown signs of communicating with family. She could blink twice when prompted.
A memorial service for Carmichael will be held Tuesday, August 30 at 2 p.m. at the Mobile Funeral Home and Crematory.
“Kaylee was a most brilliant young woman with many goals and ambitions,” says her obituary. “She was an incredible role model for her siblings and was loved by everyone around her. She could light up a room with her personality.”
Carmichael was a student at Alma Bryant High School.
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