Baby girl injured in Broomfield crash on way to pumpkin patch, taken off life-support, dies

Nedra Pincus, family were visiting from CA

BROOMFIELD, Colo. - A 13-month-old girl who was riding with her family on a trip to a pumpkin patch when their car crashed over the weekend has died, a family friend said.

The girl, Nedra Pincus, and her mother, Michelle, were visiting from Los Angeles. They were riding with two other people in a 2001 Subaru Forester to Rock Creek Farm pumpkin patch in Broomfield Sunday afternoon.

Around 2 p.m. the Subaru collided with three other cars on U.S. 287.

Nedra sustained multiple skull fractures and was bleeding in the brain after the crash. Her condition at Children's Hospital did not improve and her mother on Tuesday removed her from life support, the  Daily Camera reported, citing a family friend.

Broomfield police confirmed the girl's death.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

The crash closed the highway for several hours.