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Benefit for Mom, Baby, Daughter Injured in Hit/Run

Before being critically injured by a hit-and-run driver earlier this month, Genie Webb, of Racine, worked at Careers Industries helping clients there find jobs throughout the community. The accident also injured Webb’s 3-year-old daughter and triggered the delivery of her baby son by emergency C-section. Luckily, the little girl’s injuries were limited to scrapes and bruises, […]

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Hit/Run Victim Healing, Asking for Help with Closure

Just over three weeks have passed since a hit-and-run accident left Pastor Elliott Cohen with life threatening injuries; collapsed lungs, nine broken ribs, a broken collarbone and multiple cuts and bruises. Cohen is the senior pastor of Abundant Life Christian Ministries, 3433 Douglas Avenue. Though he is recovering and has been released from the hospital, Cohen […]