Heartbreaking new details emerge about high school sweethearts and 3-month-old killed in horror crash with semi-truck | The Sun

HEARTBREAKING new details have emerged about the high school sweethearts killed along with their three-month-old in a horror semi truck crash.

Aaron Godines and his fiancée, Haile Everts, were traveling back to Wyoming from Colorado along with their daughter, Tessleigh, and the Godines family when tragedy struck.

A semi truck plowed into three cars, including one carrying five members of the Godines family, before coming to a stop on a Colorado interstate.

Godines, Everts, their daughter, and Godines’ parents, Christina and Emiliano, were killed in the crash.

The family was celebrating Godines' 20th birthday in Colorado.

Everts' mother, Desiree, revealed her last conversation with her daughter.


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Speaking to FOX8, Desiree said: “She said, ‘I love you mom,."

"I told her, ‘Make sure you text me when you leave Denver.'"

“And she said. ‘OK.'”

But Desiree did not receive a text.

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She also told the outlet that she found out about the crash by seeing the footage.

"I knew that was their car,” the woman told FOX8.


Godines and Everts had recently been engaged.

Family members described their love as "undeniable," according to FOX8.

That was especially true of their love for their daughter, Tessleigh.

“She had dimples. She was the perfect baby and the best niece I could ever ask for,” Haile Everts’ 13-year-old sister, Halin, told the outlet.

A GoFundMe has been set up for both the Everts and Godines families to help lay the victims to rest.


The crash occurred on June 13 when the semi truck rear ended the Godinez family's Ford Edge on Interstate 25 in Weld County, Colorado, officials said.

The car was reportedly forced into the center median, where it struck two other vehicles, and then may have been hit a second time by the semi.

The family had been traveling home to Gillette, Wyoming from Colorado.

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"We’re still in the very early stages of the investigation," Trooper Josh Lewis told 9NEWS on Tuesday.

"A crash this complicated typically takes weeks, if not months, to fully conduct and be filed."

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