Special Donation for Boynton Beach Capt Jeff Power
Boynton Beach firefighter and his daughter critically injured in crash caused by another driver’s attempt to stop for iguana in road
An iguana in the road was the catalyst for a three-vehicle, head-on collision on U.S.1 near Marathon. A box truck rear-ended a car and subsequently swerved into the path of oncoming pick-up driven by Capt Jeff Power. His wife, son and daughter were in the car at the time of the accident. Jeff and his daughter were airlifted to Jackson South Hospital in Miami and are both in critical but stable condition but all are were need of medical care. Capt Power has always been one of the first to help out in times of need. It is in this moment, that he and his family are in need of our support and help. Capt Power and his daughter were flown to Jackson Hospital. Please help us help one of our own in their time of need.
Boynton Beach Benevolent has established a Go Fund Me account. You are welcome to contribute to that account (which takes a percentage of the donations) – or – you can donate to our Retired Firefighters of Palm Beach County account which is tax deductible and 100% received will be given to the family in their time of need.
Donate – Go Fund Me
Donate – Retired FF of PBC
Donate – write check payable to Retired Firefighters of PBC, 14851 69th Drive North, PBG, FL 33418
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