Taylor Swift fan dies while driving to the singer’s concert

A teenage fan heading to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert in Melbourne, Australia, has tragically died in a car accident. On Thursday, February 15, fan Mieka Pokarier, 16, was traveling with her mother and her 10-year-old sister from the Gold Coast to attend the pop superstar’s concert at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Unfortunately, her SUV collided with a truck, according to TMZ.

Mieka died at the scene. Her younger sister was airlifted to Sydney’s Westmead Hospital in a critical condition. She was placed in an induced coma, according to the New York Post. Her mother, the driver, received attention from paramedics and was taken to another hospital for minor injuries. The driver of the truck was also hospitalized and is in stable condition.

Police are reportedly still investigating the cause of the accident. To date, no arrests, charges or fines have been made in connection with the accident.

Taylor Swift fan had tickets to shows in Melbourne and Sydney

The sisters’ godmother, Karleigh Fox, mentioned that the girls were thrilled to attend Taylor Swift’s concerts. Taylor Swift fans had bought tickets to the singer’s shows in Melbourne and Sydney. “Last night, one of my dearest friends was driving from the Gold Coast to Melbourne with two of her children (OMG) when they were involved in a head-on collision with a semi-trailer,” Fox said via a GoFundMe page.

“We are heartbroken to have lost one of their children (aged 16), while the 10-year-old girl was taken to Westmead Hospital in a critical condition, fighting for her life with brain injuries, a damaged pelvis and a broken leg.” She continued: “This was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime for her, with them going to gigs in both Melbourne and Sydney.”

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Taylor Swift’s residency at Melbourne Cricket Ground began on February 16 and ends on February 18. He will then perform at Sydney’s Accor Stadium from February 23-25. Stops on her international tour include Singapore, France, Sweden, Portugal, the United Kingdom and other European cities. and Canada.

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift recently made a donation to the victims of the shooting at Wednesday’s Super Bowl celebration parade. A GoFundMe for Lisa López-Galván, who was killed in a shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory parade, caught the pop star’s attention. The singer donated $100,000 to the page early Friday morning. Her boyfriend, Chiefs center Travis Kelce, also made a donation to the shooting victims.

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Source: vcmp.edu.vn

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