Husband of pregnant Utah company owner murdered in Arizona vehicle crash dies days later In hospital

Parker Stott, the husband of Chloe Stott, 24, who was murdered in a car collision when the pair was driving to Arizona to celebrate the news of their pregnancy with family members, died Saturday morning as a consequence of his injuries.

The news was published on Instagram Saturday night by a loved one’s account in honor of the young couple. Parker had been in the hospital with serious injuries since the crash on Wednesday, according to reports.

Parker had his third operation early Saturday for burn cleansing and skin graphing, according to the Instagram post. After the surgery, medical personnel reportedly informed Parker that his injuries were more serious than they had anticipated and that “the outlook was extremely bleak.”

Parker’s vitals began to fall a few hours later. According to the message, he died at 6:47 p.m., surrounded by relatives.

Husband of pregnant Utah company owner murdered in Arizona vehicle crash dies days later In hospital

“As deeply saddened as we are to lose Parker, who had such a positive impact on so many people’s lives and brought us all so much happiness here on Earth, we are so thankful for God’s mercy that he gets to be with Chloe and relieved from all this pain,” the Facebook post stated.

“We know they’re in a better place and will be reunited.” We know they’ll be watching over us and cheering us on until we can see them again. We will always love you, Chloe and Parker.”

Parker was reunited not just with Chloe and his son, but also with his father-in-law, whom he had never met.

Chloe and Parker were killed in a car accident on U.S. 93 near Wickenburg, Arizona, shortly before 8:20 p.m. on December 20. They were on their way to Arizona to spend the holidays with family.

The couple was driving south, passing vehicles in a legal passing zone. After failing to complete a pass, their automobile was hit by a Volvo truck tractor pulling a trailer.

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