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Weʼre raising £8,000 to Assist a family in a time of need after a Tragic accident

Exeter
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We are the 'Fire Fighters’ at Middlemoor fire station in Exeter. We are asking you to support us with this extremely good cause, raising money for Amelia and her family.

On the 30th of May 2019, fire crews from Middlemoor Station attended a serious road traffic collision on the A30 involving an articulated lorry and a VW campervan. A 36 year old male driver and his 6 year old daughter, Amelia, were travelling from Cornwall having collected their van following some restoration work. Whilst returning to their home in Basingstoke the campervan collided with a stationary lorry just outside of Exeter, tragically killing Amelia’s Dad on impact and trapping Amelia in the rear of the vehicle. Amelia was rescued from the van by a passing lorry driver who stopped and helped her. Fortunately Amelia escaped with relatively minor injuries, thanks mainly to the quality of the child restraint system that had been fitted to the van. Despite her young age, Amelia was well aware that her father had been killed on impact, resulting in a truly traumatic ordeal for the little girl, the mental scars of which will undoubtedly stay with her for a lifetime. As firefighters we were called to deal with the immediate and ongoing aftermath of this tragic incident and as a result everyone involved has been touched by this sad story.

Blue and Green Watch from Middlemoor Station were involved in this incident and have both agreed that we would like to do something to attempt to alleviate some of the anguish this poor family must be experiencing after this life changing event. Therefore we are organising a sponsored cycle ride over a two day period this September from Middlemoor Fire Station in Exeter to Basingstoke, where the family live, in an attempt to raise enough money to send the young girl and her family on an all-expenses paid holiday to Disneyland. Hopefully you agree that this is an extremely worthy cause and any donations will be very gratefully received.

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  • Dan Lampard9 days ago
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    Dan Lampard

    9 days ago

    Thank you so much to everyone who has donated, you’ve all been amazing and will be sending this lovely to Disneyland in the USA, they are so very great full for all your support and so are we at middlemoor fire station. Once again thank you everyone.

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Page last updated on: 10/10/2019 16.43

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349

  • The exeter

    The exeter

    Oct 10, 2019

    From everyone at The Exeter

    £250.00

  • Brian Laughlin

    Brian Laughlin

    Oct 4, 2019

    What a fantastic thing to do for the young girl Team,Hope all goes well I’m sure it will ,thanks Brian station 45.

    £20.00

  • B Eustace

    B Eustace

    Oct 3, 2019

    £20.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Oct 1, 2019

  • Kevin Sellwood

    Kevin Sellwood

    Oct 1, 2019

    From Exeter driving instructors following a collection at a recent meeting. Several of us were caught up in this tragic event.

    £50.00

  • Patrick Clarke

    Patrick Clarke

    Sep 21, 2019

    Awesome thing to do chaps

    £50.00

  • Isabelle Luterbacher

    Isabelle Luterbacher

    Sep 19, 2019

    What a truly worthy cause. Great work.

    £10.00

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