65
65
2

Critical Car Crash, 4 students

$4,128 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 57 people in 15 months
Created August 11, 2017
4 very beloved friends Megan Youngs(18),Marissa Farelas  (18), Marshall Beecham (16) ,and James Seitz  (16)  all local residents of Morro bay and Los Osos were subjects to a head on collusion going north on Highway 30, Oregon.  And our innocent vitim Cope (56) who was hit is also currently in the hospital undergoing surgies.  Four of the five involed are currently being treated in the ICU. James seitz (16) who was sitting in the front seat- by the grace of God was able to walk away from the crash without injury.Megan Youngs (18) our driver, was airlifted from the scene and is currently stable.  These donations are intended to go toward the four familes affected the greatest being- The Farellas family, The Youngs family, The Beecham family and the Cope Family. To cover travel expenses, hotels, rental cars and the other small things that insurance wont cover assuming all victims have insuranece (  36 hours and counting for all three victims) 
Please donate if your heart feels so inclined. Every bit helps!
+ Read More
Update- Megan, Marshall and James have now all made it safely home. Unfortunately Marissa is still in the hospital with some serious injuries. The doctors are doing the best they can, just waiting for her body to corporate. Thank you so much for all the prayers and love spirits that have been sent her way. Both of her parents have been able to take off work to be with her, just taking it day by day. She is expected to go home hopefully sometime this week just in time for her birthday! Thanks again for all who have been keeping up and contributing. God bless
+ Read More
love this lady, shes a trooper
Marissa Farellas earlier today
+ Read More
Hi! The support from all of you have been amazing and is such a blessing. God has been working miracles left and right. I am so relieved to update that all mentioned are in a considerable greater condition than was to be expected. Marshall, has been released from the hospital with just a broken collar bone, so im told. Marissa (18) has at least another week to go and has undergone two surgeries so far. With a broken jaw and the doctors having to remove 18 inches of her large intestine, she is bound for a full recovery. For Megan, i am told she is to be released also either today or tomorrow from the hospital. We are so blessed that things were not much worse. I have yet to get into contact with Cope but i pray she is doing well. The donations so far have been unreal and i am so grateful that we have such an amazing community. The funds are going towards, travel for our parents, lodging, rental cars, and the little stuff that insurance wont cover for hopefully all 4 victims in this awful accident. Thank you again to all who have donated and have been praying. Its a long road ahead of us, for recovery but God is good and his grace and mercies are new everyday. Thank you again.
+ Read More
Read a Previous Update

$4,128 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 57 people in 15 months
Created August 11, 2017
Your share could be bringing in donations. Sign in to track your impact.
   Connect
We will never post without your permission.
In the future, we'll let you know if your sharing brings in any donations.
We weren't able to connect your Facebook account. Please try again later.
RW
$50
Ryan White
14 months ago
$25
Caitlin Gavin
14 months ago
KS
$100
Kate and Jeff Stulberg
14 months ago
JR
$50
Joel Reagan
15 months ago
JS
$75
Jill Stavros
15 months ago
DK
$50
Doug Krista
15 months ago
GM
$50
Gavin Marshall
15 months ago
$100
Angela~Sarah North
15 months ago
$100
Sunshine Frawley
15 months ago
DC
$100
Donnia Callahan
15 months ago
or
Use My Email Address
By continuing, you agree with the GoFundMe
terms and privacy policy
There's an issue with this Campaign Organizer's account. Our team has contacted them with the solution! Please ask them to sign in to GoFundMe and check their account. Return to Campaign

Are you ready for the next step?
Even a $5 donation can help!
Donate Now Not now
Connect on Facebook to keep track of how many donations your share brings.
We will never post on Facebook without your permission.