We have received further updates on the conditions of the three young victims of the recent deadly car accidents that plagued the Big Country in late January.
Zander Elias, 4, who was injured in the wreck near Paint Creek has been discharged from the hospital.
Danica Elias, 9, remains in the hospital in good condition.
Ann Marie Woodruff, 6, who is the daughter of Taylor Country Corrections Officer William Woodruff, is still listed in serious condition.
02/01/13 Original Story
We have an update on the conditions of three young survivors of two of the recent deadly car crashes that have occurred around the Big Country.
Zander Elias, 4, and Danica Elias, 9, were both injured on Monday on their way to school at Paint Creek after the car they were in veered off the road.
This is the same accident that killed 14-year-old Amber Conn who was laid to rest on Wednesday.
Zander and Danica are currently listed in fair condition.
Ann Marie Woodruff, 6, the adopted daughter and biological granddaughter of Taylor County Corrections Officer William Woodruff, is listed in serious condition in a Dallas hospital.
William Woodruff died on Tuesday evening after hitting a trailer in the road on HWY 277 just north of Abilene.
A fund has been set up to assist the Woodruff family. For more information on how to donate, click here.