Jaelyn Wells Obituary, Death – On Saturday, a teen was pulled from a lake that was located close to Camden; unfortunately, he did not make it after his condition continued to deteriorate after he was transported to the hospital. Tragically, he passed away as a result of his injuries. According to statements made by David West, who is in charge of acting as the coroner for Kershaw County, Jaelyn Wells, who was 13 years old, was pronounced dead at around 6:30 in the morning on Sunday. The statements were made by David West, who is in charge of acting as the coroner for Kershaw County.
The duty of serving as the coroner for Kershaw County falls on West’s shoulders. The authorities have in the past stated that Wells was swimming in Kendall Lake in Camden when, at approximately 2:30 p.m. the day before, he vanished beneath the water for a significant amount of time and did not emerge again until the day after the day before. This was their explanation for why Wells did not resurface until the day after the day before. When the emergency services came, a rescue diver from the Kershaw County Rescue Squad immediately located the victim and moved him to a safe location once the emergency services had arrived.
After that, Wells was rushed to the Medical University of South Carolina Kershaw, and then he was flown to the Prisma Health Richland Hospital for treatment. However, the coroner reported on Sunday that Wells did not survive his injuries, and the hospital where he was treated has since closed its doors. Both of the facilities provided Wells with medical care for his wounds. Despite receiving treatment at both locations for his injuries, Wells could not make it through his ordeal alive. He passed away.
At the time of his passing, Wells was swimming with a group of friends and one of his brothers, according to the testimony that was offered by the coroner West. Swimming was the pursuit that ultimately led to Wells’ demise and brought about his passing. According to West, the young man was a student at Camden Middle School for a number of years and participated in the athletic program there, including playing on the football team. It was getting close to the time for him to begin the new school year’s classes at Camden High School, and the anticipation was building.