3 mothers killed by stolen truck

The Liberian community is grieving three mothers killed in a car crash and is praying for one survivor. The four women were driving to Minnesota on September 22, 2017 to visit family when a stolen truck collided with their minivan. The RCMP confirmed the truck involved in the crash was engaged in a police pursuit minutes before the crash. 

Glorious Blamo, 35, Eva Fatu Tumbay, 37, Jeanette Wright, 53, sustained fatal injuries. Glorious and Eva had four young children and Jeanette had three children in Edmonton.  32-year-old Janet Wright Gaye, survived the crash but remains in hospital fighting for her life. 

In the face of this senseless tragedy, the Federation of Liberian Associations in Canada is asking you to please help with any donation amount you can to help lighten the pain that these families have been faced with. Your generosity is greatly appreciated as every dollar counts.  All funds funds will go directly to the families of the deceased and to the survivor, Janet.   If you are unable to donate, we ask that you keep these families in your prayers. Let’s come together as a community and do what’s needed. Thank you very much. 

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