Injured Cyclist Identified After Spending Christmas Alone In Melbourne Hospital - Our Brother
Bring our brother home UPDATE Winton Coming Home 💖💖Southland
Please help us bring our brother home to his family in New Zealand.
He is currently in Melbourne hospital fighting for his life with serious head injuries and is on life support after he was struck by a car in Warrnambool Melbourne Australia. Police have identified our brother as the cyclist involved in the accident who spent Christmas alone in hospital.
We want our brother home to his whanau in New Zealand and are reaching out for support & assistance to bring him home and funeral expenses. Please give a little 💖
UPDATE 31.12.2018 😢
Sadly our brother passed away in Melbourne hospital due to the severity of his injuries.
We thank you for your continued support and assistance to help us bring our brother home to New Zealand at this most extreme sad time 😥 Please give a little.
UPDATE 2.02.2019 😢
We thank you all for your generous donations and kind words shared.
Our brother Winton Tuhakaraina is now confirmed coming home to New Zealand to be with all his family at this sad time. We thank you for your love and support shared to our family 💖💖
Lana Puru's involvement (page creator)
Our brother Winton is currently fighting for his life & is on life support in Melbourne hospital after been seriously injured in an accident on Christmas Eve and is far away from home. We need assistance and support for our brother in Melbourne and want to bring him home to his family.
Please help us during this time of giving to bring him home.
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Air flights & travel from Melbourne to Invercargill New Zealand for our brother and his immediate family.
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We thank you for your generous donations and kind words shared.
Our brother is now confirmed coming home to New Zealand to be with all his family at this sad time 😥
We thank you for your support 💖
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This page was created on 28 Dec 2018 and closed on 17 Jan 2019.