Adrenaline Mob Tour Manager’s Family Decided to Pull Life Support
The tragedy surrounding the Adrenaline Mob RV crash last month continues to get even worse.
On Wednesday we learned that Janet Rains, aka “Jane Train, had finally succumbed to injuries sustained during the crash, passing on at just 48 years old. Now it’s come out via the Times Leader that Rains’ condition had been so dire that she was on life support, and that it was her family who finally made the decision to pull the plug.
Attorney Ed Ciarimboli, who is also leading the legal battle against Twiss Transportation, the company whose vehicle veered off the road and into Adrenaline Mob’s RV, said that Rains had been in “very, very, very critical condition” at the University of Florida Health Shands Burn Center in Gainesville. “Janet Rains was completely removed from all life support. The family made that decision, and that process began this afternoon. She passed away about 3 p.m.” he said.
We can only imagine the incredible, heartwrenching difficulty involved in making such a decision. Sending all the best to Rains’ family.
A GoFundMe had been launched for Rains’ recovery; you can donate here knowing full well that all of those dollars will go towards a good place, whether that be covering the past month’s medical care Rains received or her funeral costs.