Support Continues For Girl Hit By Car In Wildomar

Since the tragic accident on Aug. 16, Kaitlyn Parra has shown some progress and residents are pulling for her.

This weekend’s high school football matchup between and Murrieta Valley Nighthawks will see more than just great tackles and awesome runs.

The homecoming game at Murrieta Valley will also honor a local champ who has been fighting for her life since Aug. 16.

had just stepped off a public bus on Prielipp Road in Wildomar.

Unfortunately, she didn’t get far.

It’s not clear if she ever saw the Mitsubishi Lancer that -- she suffered severe brain injuries and was placed into a medically induced coma.

Since the tragic accident, Kaitlyn has shown some progress and

“For the last six weeks, we bonded to support Kaitlyn and her family,” said Carol Stickles, a Murrieta-based family friend. “Kaitlyn remains in stable condition in the ICU and continues to slowly show progress. As a community, we continue to pray and help as much as we can.”

To help the family with medical expenses, Stickles and others are spearheading a fundraising campaign that will kick off at Friday’s homecoming game with collection boxes being passed around the stands. Gametime is 7 p.m.

“Any amount is sincerely appreciated,” Stickles said.

Additionally, an account in Kaitlyn’s name has been opened at Chase Bank, Cal Oaks Branch in Murrieta.

Donations can also be mailed to:

Attn: Kaitlyn Parra c/o Cole Canyon Elementary, 23750 Via Alisol, Murrieta, CA 92562.


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