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GILBERT, Ariz. – The fiancée of an Arizona sheriff’s late son has died days after a crash that killed his son and his granddaughter.

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Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb on Saturday shared the update on Facebook that his late son’s fiancée, Caroline Patten, died Friday night, days after a crash that killed Lamb’s son, Cooper Lamb, and his granddaughter.

“Thank you everybody for the amazing support, the love and the prayers! We feel so blessed as a Family! Please keep Caroline’s Family in your prayers as Caroline passed last night and is in Heaven with Cooper and our sweet Elaine,” said Lamb on Facebook.

Son, 1-year-old granddaughter of Arizona sheriff killed in crash

Patten was driving near Elliot Road and Cole Drive in Gilbert, Arizona, just before 4 p.m. on Dec. 16 when her car was hit by a suspected DUI driver, according to KTVK. Patten was trying to make a left turn at the time of the crash. Lamb’s son, Cooper, and one-year-old granddaughter both died at the scene.

Gilbert Police Department said that the suspected DUI driver was Brian Torres, 21, according to KPNX. Torres was heading westbound when his truck T-boned Patten’s car.

According to KPNX, Torres was not injured in the crash and was arrested for possible impairment.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information has been released.