Campaign to help family of crash victims
A Go Fund Me has been set up to assist a family who lost three children in a New Year's Day crash. Funds will also help a fourth child in hospital. Photo supplied by OPP
Anyone wishing to assist the family that lost three children in a crash on Highway 17 on New Year’s Day, can now do so.
Former police officer, Chantelle Gorman, has set up a fund to help out the family, as well as the family of a 10-year-old boy, a friend of the family who is still in hospital.
He was airlifted and remains there with undisclosed, life-threatening injuries.
Brothers, 11-year-old Destiny Osagie and 10-year-old Flourish Osagie were declared deceased at the scene of the Highway 17 crash on New Year’s Day.
Their younger sister, 6-year-old Britney Osagie was transported to hospital and succumbed to her injuries.
Gorman says the funds will be used to help both families that hail from Chelmsford.
For the link, go to https://www.gofundme.com/f/osagie-chelmsford-family-tragedy-hwy-17-accident?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet