GoFundMe set up for Hamilton woman killed in Mississauga crash
Published June 23, 2022 at 1:48 pm
A GoFundMe campaign has been launched to support the family Carly Charlebois, one of two people killed in a horrific crash in Mississauga last week.
The three-vehicle collision on June 16 just before the Cawthra Rd. exit on the QEW claimed the lives of two people and left another critically injured.
According to the GoFundMe for Charlebois, her disabled vehicle was hit from behind.
“This unimaginable loss has left a void in all of our hearts and has forever changed the life of her mother and best friend Cheryl along with the rest of her family,” Jennifer Watson, the organizer of the fundraiser writes.
Charlebois, 20, attended Fanshawe College in London pursuing a career helping others, Watson writes. She was born and raised in Hamilton she attended St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School, Watson told insauga.
“Carly was a beautiful smart funny and driven young girl,” Watson noted on GoFundMe. “Carly had a love for fashion and flair and her impeccable taste showed in everything she did and wherever she went. Her bubbly personality made everyone around her feel special and loved.”
At only 20 years old she had so much to still do, Watson said.
“She was a beautiful girl inside and out,” she said. “The family is devastated by the loss.”
The fundraiser will support the family.
“We have received a tremendous outpouring of love, support and requests from people wanting to help,” Watson wrote. “The family is incredibly grateful for the kindness and concern that everyone has shown.
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