When the ATV that Baylee Hoaldridge, 15, was riding tipped on its side and burst into flames, Hoaldridge was trapped inside, stuck in her seatbelt until her grandfather managed to get her loose. But by that time, over 65 percent of Hoaldridge's body had already been burned.
The accident happened on July 4th in Mona, Utah. Now Hoaldridge is fighting to regain her life and self-esteem as she undergoes surgeries and treatment in the Burn Unit at University Hospital.
Many have come together to help provide Hoaldridge with beautiful and unexpected sources of hope. One of the latest was when the sophomore class at Timpview High School surprised Hoaldridge at the hospital by naming her homecoming royalty.
The sophomore class at Timpview High School united to let a friend and classmate know they're thinking of her. Baylee Hoaldridge sustained burns on 65% of her body in an ATV accident this summer. Heather Simonsen shows the royal surprise her classmates brought to the burn unit.Posted by KSL 5 TV on Wednesday, September 30, 2015