Saturday, 10 April 2021

Fundraising appeal launched for tragic crash victim

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LONDON: A Gofundme page set up for Marshall Arnott, who tragically died in a collision on the A38, has already raised over £1,000.

Marshall, aged 20, was one of three men who died after the van they were travelling overturned during treacherous conditions on Monday afternoon.

The friends, all in their early 20s, worked for R&M Utility and Engineering Services and were all keen footballers.

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Now a fundraising page has been set up for one of the victims to help give him “the send off he deserves”.

Since being set up on Tuesday afternoon, donations have been pouring in nonstop to support Marshall’s family, his childhood sweetheart, Elley Taylor, and their four-month-old daughter Isla for funeral costs.
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In a heartbreaking tribute to Marshall on the page, it says: “Unfortunately this young family have been hit with the most devastating news. Marshall passed away so suddenly and unexpected in a fatal accident on the 5/6/17 leaving behind his beautiful partner Elley and adorable daughter Isla just 4-months-old.

“We are raising money to give Marshall the send off he deserves and help look after “his girls” as he so fondly called them.”

To donate click here.

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