After she got off of her school bus, she was blindsided by a negligent driver.
Minneapolis, Minnesota is home to Latonya Williams and Shianne Dean, a combo of mother and daughter, respectively.
Shianna is 11 years of age and goes to middle school just like other girls her age.
After she got off of her school bus last Friday, she was blindsided by a negligent driver at about five in the evening.
That day, May 3, 2019, Shianne Dean’s sister – she’s just nine years old – had front-row seats to the accident.
Shianne Dean was hurt bad enough that, immediately after getting struck by the errant driver, she was determined to be in critical condition.
Shianne’s mother, Latonya Williams, was informed by a neighbor’s child who had just gotten off of the same bus seconds after the accident took place.
Ms. Williams said she took off running to the side of her daughter Shianne Dean in her hospital room, where she still hasn’t left.
The 11-year-old girl has been mentioned in virtually all local news media circuits there in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Shianne Dean had a GoFundMe page made just for her in order to raise money for the medical expenses she’ll incur as a result of finding herself as a victim of an errant, lazy-focused driver.
Getting hit by a moving motor vehicle isn’t something that you want to happen on just any day of the week…
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