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July 1, 2006

Terrell County - - Remember the deadly accident Wednesday night that killed 3 people and sent a 6 year old boy to the hospital with serious injuries? Well, another car crash survivor and her neighbors are doing something to help the family.

Chrissy Katz was severly injured when a dump-truck hit her car last year. Today, her family and neighbors spent time creating care baskets for the survivors of Wednesday night's fatal crash and their families. They say it's the least they can do.

"Chrissy and I spent 6 months in Atlanta, 3 months in the hospital and we know what this family is going through and this is a sister, neice, and nephew of a good friend of ours and we just feel compelled to do something," says her mother Sara katz.

The neighborhood plans to make this a continuous project. So if you would like to donate items or money to the family, you can do so at Katz Floorcovering in Leesburg.

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