Hi guys my name is Gloria and I am a coworker at Doterra where I met Giselle and her beautiful daughters. As you have read in the news and on social media a tragic accident happened when Giselle was picking up her daughter from school. She was hit by a truck and killed instantly. My cousin workers and I have created this accoun lt to help raise funds for Stella's funeral. The funds will also go to paying expenses such as living costs and counseling since Giselle and her two other little girls are currently struggling financially. I have a friend of Giselle that will be withdrawing themoney with Giselle pr sent. This means so much to me and especially to Giselle and her family. Please keep her in your prayers as she goes through such a difficult time. y work and coworkers will double whatever is donated through here to send it directly to Giselle.Thank you so mcuh for your support. The following is the report that KSL.COM posted on their website.
LEHI — A 5-year-old American Fork girl was hit and killed Thursday after darting into a parking lot moments after her mother picked her up from preschool.
About noon Thursday, the mother picked up her daughter at Mountainland Head Start, 176 S. 500 West in Lehi, and was walking to her car with one of the girl's sisters when the 5-year-old got ahead of her and darted into the parking lot, said Lehi Fire Chief Jeremy Craft. That's when she was hit by a pickup truck.
The girl was taken to Mountain Point Medical Center in Lehi, where she was pronounced dead. A family spokesman identified her as Stella Ferrazzano.
Stella was hit in a roundabout portion of the lot, and investigators estimated the pickup was traveling less than 10 mph, Craft said. The woman driving the pickup truck was picking up a kindergarten student at Meadow Elementary. The school and preschool are in the same building.
Craft doesn't believe police will cite the driver. "It just looks like an accident, to be honest with you," he said. "Speed doesn't look like it was an issue."
Craft was unsure Thursday whether Mountainland Head Start was planning to provide grief counselors to students. He said counseling will be available to emergency responders, adding, "This was a bad one."
"To watch a child die is extremely hard for them and as a fire department … (we) have measures to help (our) people cope with those incidents," Craft said. "We'll bring professionals in and have them talk to them."
PLEASE HELP GISELLE AND HER FAMILY PAY FOR THE COSTS OF THIS TRAGIC ACCIDENT . WE LOVE YOU GISELLE AND WE ARE ALL HERE FOR YOU AND YOUR PRECIOUS DAUGHTERS.http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37712623&nid=148&title=5-year-old-girl-hit-killed-by-truck-in-school-parking-lot-identified&fm=home_page&s_cid=topstory