Aaron Mack Boldery, the son of Annabella Grace Hammons and the late Tanner Aaron Boldery, died Nov. 28 at the University of Cincinnati Hospital 13 hours after his birth.

The infant’s father was killed in an August 22 accident on Indiana 62. His mother was severely injured in the accident.

Tanner Boldery, 25, of Hanover, was killed when the sedan he was driving was hit head-on by a vehicle driven by Liana Suarez, 37, of Madison. The accident happened near the intersection of Indiana 62 and Olive Branch Road.

Hammons, 22, was trapped in the front passenger seat of Boldery’s vehicle. Madison Fire and Rescue removed her from the vehicle and she was flown to University of Louisville Hospital.

Suarez was taken to King’s Daughters Hospital Emergency Room by EMS and later flown to Louisville.

Indiana State Trooper and Accident Re-constructionist Andrew Garrett led the investigation into the cause of the accident. The investigation’s findings are unknown at this time.

The full obituary on Aaron Boldery is on Page 5 of today’s Madison Courier.