Mother, Unborn Baby Will be Laid to Rest on Saturday

Tiffany Robbins, who died from internal injuries in an accident Saturday afternoon, will be buried on Saturday with her unborn child.

Tiffany Robbins.
Tiffany Robbins.
The Acworth mother and her unborn child who died Saturday after a two-vehicle accident will be laid to rest on Saturday.

Funeral services for Tiffany Robbins, 26, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Woodstock Funeral Home in downtown Woodstock. The family will receive friends on Friday between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. 

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations to be made to the Robbins Family Fund, Robbins' aunt Judy Beale wrote on her Facebook page. 

"Anything is appreciated and will be very helpful with funeral expenses," she added. "Hugs to all and tons of love. Thank you all for all the love and support you've shown me and my family during this difficult time."

Robbins, who was seven months pregnant, was turning onto Woodstock Road from Victory Drive when her Honda Accord pulled into the path of a truck traveling northbound on Woodstock Road. In the car was also Robbin's two-year-old daughter, Malaya. 

Robbins and Malaya were both transported to WellStar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta for treatment. An emergency cesarean section was performed on Robbins, but she and her unborn child did not survive. 

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the family plans to lay Robbins to rest with her unborn child, who she and her husband planned to name Ariella.

According to her Facebook profile, Robbins grew up in Deer Park, Texas, and graduated in 2006 from Etowah High School. Her profile also lists she studied early childhood education at the University of West Georgia. 

According to her obituary, Robbins is survived by husband Anthony Robbins and daughter Malaya. The AJC reports her mother and father Cindy and Antonio Del Carmen and half-brother Ariel del Carmen also survive. 

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