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Benefit fund set up for crash victims

Staff report
Donations to help the Moz Alfaro family pay medical bills resulting from a crash on Highway 82 can be made at any Alpine Bank Location or at http://www.gofundme.com/f/moz-alfaro-family-benefit.
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A benefit fund has been established for two young boys and their mother who were flown to Denver on Oct. 21 after a head-on crash on Highway 82. The two boys attend Basalt Elementary School and are recovering, but their mother is in critical condition.

Donations to help the family pay medical bills can be made to the Moz Alfaro Family Benefit Account at any Alpine Bank location. Donors can stop by an Alpine Bank and mention the Moz Alfaro Family Benefit Account to contribute.



A GoFundMe account also is set up at https://www.gofundme.com/f/moz-alfaro-family-benefit.

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Como muchos de ustedes saben, hubo un horrible accidente automovil&iacute;stico el mi&eacute;rcoles por la ma&ntilde;ana en la autopista 82. Este accidente involucr&oacute; a una familia de la escuela primaria Basalt. La madre y sus dos hijos fueron trasladados en avi&oacute;n a Denver con heridas graves, donde permanecen hoy. La familia enfrenta un camino muy dif&iacute;cil por delante. Se ha establecido un fondo de beneficios para ayudar con las crecientes facturas m&eacute;dicas y los gastos de manutenci&oacute;n. Si desea ayudar a la familia, puede hacer una donaci&oacute;n a la Cuenta de Beneficios Familiares Moz Alfaro en cualquier sucursal de Alpine Bank. Simplemente pase por el banco o llame a cualquier banco Alpine y mencione la Cuenta de beneficios familiares Moz Alfaro. Tambi&eacute;n puede ayudar notificando a sus conocidos sobre la cuenta reci&eacute;n establecida. &iexcl;Gracias a todos los que han mantenido a esta familia en sus pensamientos!


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