CARMEL, N.Y. -- A GoFundMe page has been launched for Marie Dunn, the Stormville mother of two who was run over in the parking lot of ShopRite in Carmel, while she was on her way to work at the store as a cashier.
She is now in a coma. Her family needs money to pay bills and keep up the house.
So far, the Care for Marie Dunn and Children GoFundMe page has raised $1,680 as of Friday, but its goal is to hit $30,000.
According to Dunn's fiance, Henry Zetwick, if she comes out of the coma, she will need at least one year of therapy to perform motor functions such as walking and talking.
"The kids are helping. So is her mom, driving back and forth to the hospital every day because our car's transmission went and now we are without transportation. I am working very hard to keep the family as normal as I can but it is not easy on any of us," Zetwick said.
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