When such tragedy strikes, you can reach out and do whatever you can to help

I first saw something about this last Sunday, and ever since then I have heard so many people talking about this - it's shocking and unfortunately a reality in life. Someone makes an error in judgment, and another person loses their life. It's that quick, takes just a second for an accident to happen. According to kxnet.com "...around 11:15 p.m. on Saturday, August 27, Scott Culver, 56, Mandan, was driving a motorcycle on East Bismarck Expressway near Cash Wise Foods, followed by his wife, 54-year-old Christa Culver driving a passenger car in the right lane. An SUV, driven by 18-year-old Madisyn Heidt, Mandan, veered from the left lane into the right, causing Scott to lose control of the motorcycle to crash into a light pole" Scott lost his life.

When someone gives permission to share, a story like this, and we make a difference, you better believe I will......

Jessica Poe had this to say On the Bismarck People Reporting News Group Page "the recent 2 car/motorcycle accident we had in Bismarck Saturday night took the life of a loved one and Bismarck resident. I am sharing the family fundraiser to help them, they were already struggling before this and now the wife is in the hospital recovering from her injuries and they lost her husband and have to make funeral arrangements. Our prayers, love and support are here for this family during this time of need. Please copy and paste and share outside of the group if you choose and if you are able please donate to help with funds. God bless"

Take a second and think of what you can do, imagine this happening to your family

I know the huge hearts Bismarck and Mandan people have, click here if you can help - anything you can possibly afford is huge.

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