DEVESTATING ACCIDENT RESULTS IN FOUR DEATHS, 7 INJURED AND A FAMILY LEFT WITH NOTHING BUT HOPE.
On November 4th, 2012, the Singh family was involved in a devastating automobile crash that ended in four fatalities and left seven critically injured. Among the four fatalities were three members of the Singh family. A Father of two boys, a Grandmother and an Aunt who was the mother of two young girls who were also victims in the crash. Nirmal, 20, and Amar, 19, were both involved in this accident. After being admitted into the ICU in critical condition, Nirmal has been doing nothing but fighting for his life. Whether to stay awake to just blatantly survive, he still has a long road to recovery. Amar, being one of the few lucky ones to walk away, was still badly bruised and aquired minor injuries. After discovering the death of his father, Amar just wanted to be with his brother Nirmal and mother, who was also involed and critically injured. Family and friends are very important to these two terrific boys. Their family has always had an open door policy for anyone, whatever their situation might be. This family never asks for anything and gives everything.
Why This Will Help the Family
Amar and Nirmal are now the sole care givers of their family. At 19 and 20 years old, they will both now be responsible for 100's of thousands of dollars in medical bills,funeral costs, as well as supporting their family. Nirmal is still in critical care, which means the burden currently falls on his 19 year old brother, Amar. Any contribution you chose to make, whether large or small will help this family tremendously. The survivors of this horrific tragedy already bare the emotional burden of this extreme life altering experience. Monetary donations will help them at least start a foundation to keep a roof over their head, and support their family. Even $5 can and will make a difference. We hope you can find it in your hearts to help us with our goal to help this family regain some sort of control over their lives, and start the healing process. With "unity" and compassion we can all make a difference.