CONNERSVILLE, Ind. – An Indiana farming community came together to help a man who was coping with the death of his granddaughter.
Steve Wollyung was preparing to harvest the last 112 acres of his farm on November 5 when an unthinkable tragedy occurred, according to WXIN.
His 4-year-old granddaughter Ayla was playing in a grain wagon when she became trapped. First responders removed Ayla from the grain wagon and she was airlifted to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, where she later died from her injuries.
Tara Henry, a longtime friend of the Wollyung family, heard about the farming accident the next day. She called up Wollyung’s wife, Carmen, and asked if they were done harvesting. Carmen told her they still had over 100 acres to finish and weren’t sure how they were going to get it all done.
Henry called a few farmers who had already harvested their own crops and asked if they would be willing …
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