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Critically injured in hit and run

Cause page created in the Unspecified category by Heather Hallgarth for "Peter Horne"


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Given by 58 generous donors in one month

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Our work colleague and friend will need all the help and support from our Gisborne community through this long hard road to recovery.

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This has been created to help a man and his family in need after going for a morning walk with a friend and involved in a hit and run on Wednesday 10th April 2019. This man has been critically injured and has been fighting for his life, he is still critical but stable. He has a very long and hard road ahead of him. He has such a kind nature and loved by many in our Gisborne community, with his job and his colleagues. He is a loved Father Grandad and Brother who didnt have much but gave the world.

Him and his family will need financial support while he is still in Waikato Hospital, and through his whole recovery.

Please Gisborne let's show our aroha and support this family after such a horrific event.

Use of funds

The funds will go towards everyday bills and expenses related to his recovery. Michael John Odell-Horne is the next of Kin


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    Annette on 14 May 2019

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    Route 5127 on 24 Apr 2019

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    We are all wishing you well mate , we know only time will tell on your long road to recovery. Best of luck to the future Wiri

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Page created by

Heather Hallgarth

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Gisborne

I am a work colleague and friend, this man and his family need all the help they can get in the long road to recovery

All funds raised benefit

Peter Horne

Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Michael John Odell-Horne on behalf of Peter Horne.

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“Kia kaha Peter. So sad when I read about this in the Gisborne Herald. Praying you and your colleague recover completely. Arohanui, Mahina”
“Kia kaha.”
“Hope he recovers fast”
“In the last 8 months our family has endured a lot of heartache. We have been lucky to be surrounded by love & support. When I saw the picture & read the story I felt devastated that this could happen....thoughts are with you for a speedy recovery x”
“All the best on your road to recovery”
“Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Your story in the Herald touched us. What happened to you and your mate could have happened to any one of us out for a walk. We urge a generosity of spirit from many good people to over ride to careless and cowardly act of one individual.”
“best wishes for a speedy recovery.”
“Thinking of you and your family through this testing time. Stand strong together. 💗”
“So very sorry to hear of this awful accident and the pain you are going through. Sent to you with love.”
“All the best for a speedy recovery! Kia Kaha!”
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