Local family needs your help after accident involving fire

It’s something you never expect to happen, a dad working on his truck when it catches on fire. That was the case last night when local resident Josh Clark was working on his family’s Suburban. He was rushed to the burn unit at the Brooke’s Army Medical Center with injuries from his head to his stomach, and will be having surgery on Wednesday.

Josh will be out of work for about a month to heal. He has a family to provide for. He and his wife are expecting their fourth child April 16th.

They need help with rent, utilities, car repair, groceries, gas etc. This does not include the doctor bill.

They would like to remind you to keep children away from vehicles when you’re working on them, because you never know what could happen. Fortunately no children were hurt in this accident, but it’s always a good idea to keep children away from vehicles that are being serviced.

The GoFundMe page information is below. If you can contribute, please do so.

Author: Mike Taylor

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