Accidentally getting burned badly, a mother of five in Florida died. This was a terrible thing that happened. The mother of five was taken to the hospital afterward, but she had already passed. In this incident, the woman’s child also got badly burned, and the child’s father said that the child had 40% burns on his body.
This happened not too long ago, and the woman left behind a whole family. The child who got burned is only 11 years old, and his health is now stable. Stay tuned because we’ll tell you everything about this case and the family.
Nicole Foltz, who was 38 years old when she died, was named as the woman who died in this accident. Jeff, Nicole’s husband, talked to the news media and said that Nicole was making a fire in the garden when the gas caught fire and burned her all over.
This was a pit accident that burned the child and killed the mother. Nicole was burned all over her body. Jeff lit a fire in the garden on the day of the accident to keep the bugs away. When he went inside to get something, the fire went out, and Nicole tried to light it again, which is when her body was caught in the flames.
Jeff said in one of the interviews that his wife Nicole was about to add another log to the fire when she saw that there wasn’t enough gas. To get the gas going, she picked up the can and set the logs on fire. Jeff also said that the fire was lit and burning when all of a sudden it got caught in the gas can and blew up.
Nicole was on fire from head to toe. Jeff also said that Nicole did everything she needed to do, even when she was on fire. She moved away from everyone and then rolled on the ground to put out the fire, but nothing helped because she was burned all over and passed out at the scene. Nicole died three days after the accident on November 14, 222. She was 38 years old.
The 11-year-old son of Nicole and Jeff, the oldest son, got third- and second-degree burns when he was taken to his house a few days after the accident. Jeff also said that his child is now delicate.
Jeff also said he couldn’t leave his child even for a second in the hospital because he saw so many kids lying down alone, and it’s hard to think of your child doing the same.
Jeff also said that his son is slowly getting better, and even though this is a hard time, he is still going strong. Nicole worked at Tarpon Tavern for a long time as a server and manager, and a GoFundMe page was set up in her name to cover the costs.
Dan Jenkin, who helped raise the money, said that Nicole’s smile could light up any room. He also said she was there for everyone when they were having a hard time, including her family, her friend, her coworker, and even her customers.
The tavern’s owner, Ania Boneza, says Nicole was a hard-working woman who was loved for her work and her personality. She also said that Jeff’s wife Nicole was a great person who always put her family first.