GoFundMe page setup to support survivor of Wednesday’s accident

Nick Seebruch
GoFundMe page setup to support survivor of Wednesday’s accident
Photo courtesy of the Hope for Hannah GoFundMe page.

CORNWALL, Ontario – A GoFundMe page has been created to support the survivor of a car crash that took place on Wednesday, Nov. 30 that claimed the lives of two other people.

The Hope for Hannah GoFundMe page was setup by friends of Hannah Jackson. They are asking for the support of the community to help her and her family  during her difficult time in hospital.

“As many of you know, Hannah was involved in a car accident which resulted in life-threatening injuries,” the GoFundMe page reads. “She is currently in Ottawa’s ICU; her condition is stable, but she fighting for her life.”

The page says that all funds raised will go to pay for the family’s parking, hotel stays and travel costs.

“Hannah is a very positive, fun loving person and she needs all the love and support we can give her,” the page reads. “Hannah is always willing to help anyone who is in need, without hesitation and a smile on her face.”

“Her family’s main concern at the moment is being with Hannah, giving her the love and support she needs right and should not have to worry about money,” the page continues.

Hannah was a passenger in a 2010 Honda Civic when for reasons under investigation it crashed head on into a minivan while traveling eastbound on County Road 2 at around 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 30.

Kyle Quesnel, 20, of Cornwall was another passenger in the vehicle. He passed away at the hospital on Nov. 30. The driver, 20-year-old Jeffery Dobson of South Stormont, died of his injuries on Dec. 1.

The 61-year-old female driver of the minivan suffered minor injuries.

Those able to support Hannah and her family can donate to the GoFundMe page here.

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