Ashley Nugent Obituary – Cause of Death: The gathering of Ashley Nugent, the Florida woman killed June 6 north of De Benue when her ATV turned over, is starting an “ATV Helmet for Safety” care campaign, as shown by her tribute.
Nugent, 23, of Tallahassee, Florida, was on a guided ATV visit in Kessler Valley when her ATV rolled and she struck her head. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office said she was not wearing a head defender, and the coroner’s office controlled abrupt force injury to the skull as the explanation behind death.
Nugent was nearby of Jacksonville, Florida, and was working at a promoting office in the wake of graduating in 2012 from Florida State University.
A representative for the entombment administration home that dealt with her organizations said she was in Colorado on a business-related trip.
Her commendation said she was a craftsman and group advertiser and was a “ground-breaking youngster who regarded her friends and family paying little heed to whatever else.”
Nuances of the family’s head defender campaign were not open. Even though not lawfully important in Colorado, the ATV Safety Institute recommends ceaselessly wearing “a DOT-pleasing head defender, goggles, long sleeves, long pants, over-the-lower leg boots and gloves” when riding the vehicles.