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Donations Being Collected For Crash Victims
Updated May 5, 2013 1:11 AM
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(BEDFORD) - The family that is now reeling from the fatal crash that took their loved ones Wednesday afternoon are asking for the public's help.

Police are still investigating the fatal crash that was reported at 4:21 p.m. in front of Hoosier Pete's at 28th Street

36-year-old Stacey D. Orman-Glotzbach, of Bedford, and her two boys, 14-year-old Derek Finney and 4-year-old Chayce Orman-Glotzbach were killed.

Stacey's husband, 28-year-old Skye C. Orman-Glotzbach and her 11-year-old daughter Tessa Finney were injured in the accident, both were flown by medical helicopters to Indianapolis hospitals.

According to friends of the family, Tessa underwent surgery on her arm on Thursday and was scheduled for a second surgery Friday. She is in the intensive care unit at Riley's Children's Hospital. No update was available on Skye.

Now the family is reaching out for help

An account has been set up at Bedford Frederal Savings Bank and donations can be made at the main branch on 15th Street or at the branch on John Williams Boulevard.

Checks need to be wrote in care of Skye Orman-Glotzbach.

The JC Penney's Salon is also accepting donations for the family. Skye's mother is an employee there.

The money will be used for funeral expenses and medical bills.



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