SAVANNAH, GA — Enmark service stations have pledged $2 from every carwash sale to help two students who were seriously injured by a car on their walk home from school, The Coastal Source reported.
The Sept. 28 story stated that Briana Quarterman and Aaliya Washington were struck by a speeding vehicle in front of Beach High School on Sept. 17 during their walk home. The girls were transported to a hospital for treatment.
School principal Donna Myers-Oliver reached out to the Savannah community for help and support as medical costs were mounting. Enmark responded by donating the money from every wash sale for the next two weeks.
Washington is back in school, but Quarterman had to be transported to a hospital in Atlanta for further treatment.
Read the entire article here.