TV reality family reaches out for Guthrie family following vehicle accident

TV reality family reaches out for Guthrie family following vehicle accident

A Guthrie family was involved in a serious vehicle accident with a large crop sprayer last week in Minnesota. Now, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are asking their fans for prayers and financial support as they try to help a badly injured family friend.


On Friday, Dylan and Dianna Fleshman were driving to her family’s house in Hayfield, Minnesota for dinner when they collided with a large crop sprayer a half-mile from the family’s home.

Dylan and their two-month old son Vincent came away from the accident without injury. However, Dianna received major head trauma and a fractured skull. She is currently in critical condition and on maximum life support.

According to an update on the GoFundMe website, doctors have declared Dianna 100 percent brain-dead.

Jim Bob took to social media on Tuesday morning.

“Michelle and I would like to share a prayer request and a need: The Fleshman Family was involved in a serious car accident and Dianna is in critical condition. Please join us in helping bless the Fleshman family during their time of need. Thank you for your help and prayers, may God bless you and your family for your generosity.”

Jill Duggar took to Instagram seeking assistance for the Guthrie family.

The Duggars have become well-known for the television show 19 Kids and Counting on TLC. The show ran for seven years until its cancellation in 2015.

The author of the GoFundMe page are wantinng to raise funds – with a goal of $68,000 – to help ease financial pressure for the Fleshman family.

As of early Tuesday afternoon, the account had raised $14,351 by 156 donors.






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