Weʼve raised £10,107 to To assist a grieving family lay to rest their beautiful baby boys killed in a fatal car collision
- Funded on Thursday, 31st October 2019
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I would like to start this Crowd Funding page to assist a grieving family lay to rest their beautiful baby boys. Sanjay aged 10 years and Pavanveer 23 months, whose lives were violently taken from us.
Reaching this target will ensure both brothers will travel together for one last journey with the sweet smell of the morning dew and an impenetrable ring of love surrounding them.
We can only hope this will contribute to alleviating the financial burden as the family struggle to comprehend the magnitude of their tragic loss.
I thank you for your donation.
This event has made National news and I have attached the article and circumstances that occurred on Thursday 14th March 2019 below. We are all numbed and struggling to process the devastation that has ripped out and torn the essence of a family unit. We cannot compute or put into perspective, this senseless loss of life and callous manner in which Sanjay and Pavanveer left these earthly confinds.
National News Headline:
Two young brothers have died in a hit-and-run car crash in Wolverhampton.
Sanjay Singh, aged 10, and Pawanveer Singh, 23 months, were in a BMW being driven by their mother when it was in collision with an Audi S3. Ambulance crews arrived at the Lawnswood Avenue junction to find members of the public tending to the injured. Paramedics tried to save the brothers, from Dudley police said, but they were pronounced dead at the scene.
The mother, whose injuries were not life-threatening, was taken to hospital but has since been released. A family statement issued by West Midlands Police said: "Our family are grieving over the tragic deaths of our two beautiful children, as well as dealing with the shock of the horrific crash. Describing how two cars had sped past him, taxi driver Tanveer Hussain said: "I was further up the road, by McDonald's, and two cars overtook me. If I am doing 35 to 40, they were doing much more." He said he then pulled over when he came upon the crash site. "I got out of my car and other lads tended to the children. What I saw was terrible," Mr Hussain said. "It was too much. The mother was just in shock." Police have confirmed the speed of the vehicles involved was being investigated. Another witness, who lives nearby but did not want to be named, said: "I didn't see it but I heard it - two cars must have been racing. "My son ran to the window and said 'they are racing dad' and then we heard an almighty bang. "My Mrs ran down to see if she could help and all the police and ambulance workers were there. You could see the police officers stopping the traffic were really, really distressed."
- 8 months ago
Rikki Nahar8 months ago
Thank you to you all for taking out the time and offer of support. Your kind act of kindness and generosity has shone way above our expectations. The generosity and humanity has not been only overwhelming but completely unimaginable, as the condolences along with your donations have been flooding in. It is clear and apparent how this tragedy has touched us all and left deep holes in the pits of our stomachs and in our hearts. We cannot begin to find the words to thank each and everyone of you. Warmest and kindest Regards, Rikki Nahar
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Jun 28, 2019
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May 14, 2019
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Mr R P Jakhu and Family
Apr 23, 2019
We are all very saddened to hear of your loss. Your are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kamla and JR chumber
Apr 23, 2019
Dearest and sincerest condolences from our family, to your family.So sad for your loss.
Apr 22, 2019
Apr 18, 2019
This donation was raised by a group of Year 8 girls from the Royal School Wolverhampton By doing a bake sale during their lunchtime
Apr 7, 2019
RIP Angel's.. from Neelams Aunty Surrinder and friend Pam x
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