Za May Ka Memorial

 

Please help support the family of Zumar Bee, in a time of great need.

 

 

 

"Like their mother, Za May Ka and Azat were born in Myanmar, also known as Burma. The three spent time in refugee camps in Thailand before moving to America in 2009.

Pie said good night to his nephews and sister-in-law shortly before 8 p.m. Friday. Sirens blared from the street minutes later.

He and other family member rushed down to find Bee and her sons "scattered" throughout the intersection.

Za May Ka was thrown farthest from his mother, Pie said. The boy had visible head injuries. Azat was lying closer to his mother, who was crying out for someone to help her children.

Bee was taken to Denver Health Medical Center with a broken arm and leg."



Read more: After deaths of Denver boys killed in hit-and-run, refugee community mourns - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_22856067/denver-police-search-suv-hit-run-two-children-dead?source=rss_viewed#ixzz2OV8h4p1h
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