@MostTruthfulandPatrioticI am astounded at your post! Either you are
extremely callous, or you are the luckiest person in the world that has never
dealt with tragedy. Insurance will never fully cover everything. Check your
policy. Even some of the best insurance coverage out there only covers a
percentage of loss (like 70% of foundation etc.). Also, probably less than 1% of
us list everything on our policy. So clothing, dishes, electronics, toys,
keepsakes... have no reimbursement unless you have kept the receipts to every
item off site. Even then, the BEST case scenario would be current market value
(unless you pay a substantial amount more per month for "replacement"
value). So that computer your family uses every day, unless you bought it last
month, it is probably worth zero in CMV.Insurance will get you a portion
of your homes value, none of your personal effects, and nothing for your
emotional stress and displacement. A fund to help somebody get back on their
feet and bridge the insurance gap, is very much needed. I sincerely hope you
never need a fund set up for you, but if you do, I hope a stranger doesn't
question your need for help.
Can someone explain what the fund is for?Did this family have no life
insurance, health insurance or insurance on the home?The children
are now eligible for Social Security benefits until age 18.
There is a fund set up at Wells Fargo Bank in the name of Sara L Broadhurst
0594 You can donate at any branch in the nation. Thank you for all of your
help. They are devastate and have lost literally everything.
Sending Prayers to the family.If someone does set up a fund, can you
please post the phone number to the bank/branch? Or if a friend or family member
can post here that it needs to be done, we can get one started for them.
The house that exploded is 15082; the house numbers are clearly visible on
Google Street View. It's the only home in the entire neighborhood with
that metal outside stairway.Misquoting the address could cause
someone a lot of problems.
Thoughts and prayers go out to this family at this time. Hopefully a fund of
some kind can be set up to help them get back on their feet. I can't even
imagine how awful that would be. Help them out if you can.