Mother involved in deadly crash surprised with gift from Secret Santa

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A Secret Santa has asked EastIdahoNews.com to help him give away $200,000 to deserving people and families living in east Idaho. From now until Christmas, Santa’s “elves” will be delivering surprises to many in our community. Some of the deliveries will be recorded – many will not. If you’d like to nominate someone for a Secret Santa surprise, click here.

Brittney Jameson was involved in a horrible crash May 22 that killed two Skyline High students and left another in critical condition. Brittney lost her unborn baby and was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injures.

The wreck occurred on her wedding anniversary. In fact, she was on her way to pick up her husband, Joseph, for a lunch date.

Brittney is home now but still has a long road to recovery. She has three little kids and her family is working on getting things back to normal.

Secret Santa sent the EastIdahoNews.com elves over to Brittney’s home with a special Christmas gift.

You can keep up to date on Brittney by following her Facebook page.

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