Greg Cox and Lindsey Watson Wiki – Biography
Greg Cox, Lindsey Watson and their three children were traveling from Flagstaff to the San Juan River when a truck crashed into the family’s vehicle while trying to pass another car in a no-passing zone on Highway 160 on Oct. 10, 3TV/ CBS 5 reported. Cox and Watson died at the scene, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS). The couple’s daughters, ages seven and five, were flown to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, where they are still recovering, a GoFundMe created by family members explained. The youngest child, aged one, was treated locally and has since been released into the care of her loved ones. “Honestly, it’s the worst thing that can happen to any child,” Watson’s friend and colleague Rachel Kalnbach told the outlet about the couple’s deaths. Kalnbach worked with Watson at Threaded Together, a sewing-based nonprofit that the latter founded in 2019, the outlet explained.
Greg Cox and Lindsey Watson age was not mentioned.
“It’s a mother’s worst nightmare,” added Eileen Baca, also a Threaded Together worker. “Lindsey was a pillar of this community. She gave and gave and gave and asked what more she could give.” In addition to her work with Threaded Together, Watson was also a trained acupuncturist and devoted mother. “She always talked about her babies,” Baca recalled. A few days before the accident, Watson was chatting animatedly about the Halloween costumes she planned to make for her children, Kalnbach said. “His dreams of her touched many people in this community. We are mourning at Threaded Together, but the community is mourning in a big way,” she lamented. Cox worked as a physician assistant at Flagstaff Medical Center, the outlet noted. Both husband and wife were remembered as “beautiful souls” in a Facebook tribute by one of many heartbroken friends. The truck driver was not arrested or cited at the scene of the accident, DPS told 3TV. The incident remains under investigation.As of Thursday afternoon, a GoFundMe for Cox and Watson’s loved ones had raised more than $111,000 of its $150,000 goal.