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Fund established for Skyline student critically injured in crash

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IDAHO FALLS — A GoFundMe account has been established for a Skyline High School student critically injured in a crash last week.

Nickolas Kirby, 15, was in a vehicle with Ivy Vigliotti and Asher Strubel, both 15, when they collided with another vehicle at the intersection of 45th W. and 17th S. on May 22. Ivy and Asher both died and Nickolas remains in critical condition at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. Brittney Jamesen, the 31-year-old woman in the other vehicle, also remains hospitalized at EIRMC.

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“Nick has had two surgeries related to internal bleeding and a broken femur. He is currently on a ventilator, and in a medically induced coma due to a traumatic brain injury,” the GoFundMe page says. “At this point, we are unsure what the long term affects of his injuries will be, but what we do know is that Nick is a tough kid and is fighting hard.”

Nick, a freshman at Skyline High School, is the oldest of four kids and runs on the cross-country team. He also plays basketball.

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Donated funds will go toward medical bills and future expenses, according to the GoFundMe page.

“We have faith and hope that Nick will pull through this. We feel all of your positive thoughts, love, and prayers and so does Nick,” the page states.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT NICK’S GOFUNDME PAGE.

FUNDS FOR OTHER CRASH VICTIMS

A GoFundMe account has been established for Brittney Jamsesen. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE PAGE.

A GoFundMe account has been established for the family of Asher Strubel. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE PAGE.

A GoFundMe account has been established for the family of Ivy Vigliotti. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE PAGE.

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