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UPDATED: Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb’s son Cooper, infant granddaughter killed in Gilbert car crash

S62WU4TR6FCJXES6Y5BVCQJA7Q The crash happened near Elliot and Recker roads.(Arizona's Family)

The 22-year-old man and baby who died in a crash in Gilbert Friday afternoon have been identified as Cooper Lamb, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb’s son and his infant grandchild.

Both were passengers in a car that was involved in a T-bone crash near the intersection of Elliot Road and Cole Drive around 3:45 p.m. on Friday. A woman driving a red Toyota Corolla with Lamb and the baby inside reportedly turned in front of a pickup truck driver who then slammed into the Corolla.

The woman was taken from the scene to a nearby hospital with life-threatening injuries. The pickup driver was uninjured and was going the speed limit, but he was arrested by Gilbert Police ons uspicion that he had been driving under the influence.

The investigation is still underway, and there are no more updates available.

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Message from the Pinal County Sheriff's Office:

Thank you for all your prayers and offers to support the victims' families after the crash that killed Sheriff Lamb's son and granddaughter.

As far as memorial events, the family is still making plans. They hope to share more information later this week.

Caroline is still hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Please continue to pray for her family and her.

The unexpected financial support has been a true blessing to the family. We have received a ton of messages asking about online fundraising. We want to assure the public there are 2 legitimate online fundraisers that are being widely circulated:

We appreciate the support from around the world and ask for your continued prayers at this time.

Update: Caroline passed away December 23, 2022.

 Services Info:

  • Dec 29 5-8 pm at Sunflower Funeral Home in Mesa 5650 E Main Street Mesa AZ
  • Dec 30 - Funeral Service will be held at our Stake Center at 11 am 31844 N Gantzel Rd San Tan Valley AZ
  • Graveside service immediately following at San Tan Memorial Gardens 22425 E Cloud Rd Queen Creek, AZ 85142
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