Jayden Davis Death, Obituary – The identity of the young man who broke through the ice in Tooele County on Monday evening and suffered injuries has been made public by the authorities in that area. The victim was a teenager. According to the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office, the body of Jayden Davis, who was 14 years old at the time of his death, was discovered early on Tuesday morning.
The Tooele County Sheriff’s Office had been notified that three teenagers had broken through the ice at Settlement Canyon Reservoir. This development came as a result of those reports. At approximately seven o’clock in the evening, police dispatch received a call reporting that Jayden, along with a 16-year-old and an 18-year-old, were walking on the ice prior to Jayden and the 18-year-old falling through the ice.
The caller also stated that Jayden and the 18-year-old were the only ones to fall through the ice. Tooele City Police Department Lieutenant Jeremy Hansen stated that the 18-year-old was able to get out of the water and immediately ran beside the 16-year-old in an effort to find someone who could call 911 for them. As soon as emergency personnel arrived at the scene, they immediately began searching for Jayden with the assistance of helicopters and a dive team from the Utah Department of Public Safety.
On Tuesday morning, the police issued an announcement that they had retrieved Jayden’s body, but at the time, they did not specify who they had found. However, they did say that they had found Jayden. On Tuesday, the administration at Tooele High School released a statement in regards to Jayden’s passing, which read as follows: