Heart Touching Gesture by Everton to the Boy of Mum Died in Taxi Crash

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Heart Touching Gesture by Everton to the Boy of Mum Died in Taxi Crash

Harry Ged

Everyone is praising Everton F.C for a fantastic gesture to a seven-year-old fan Harry Jennings during Sunday’s home clash with Liverpool.

Harry Jennings, a young fan of Everton turned seven on Saturday, just three days after his mum Michelle died in a horrible taxi crash on the A580 East Lancs Road. Michelle was going to her workplace in a taxi that got involved in a collision with a BMW, and after a few hours of the accident, she passed away because of severe injuries.

After the accident, her devastated husband posted an emotional tribute to her beautiful wife on social media. Afterward, floral tributes were left at the scene of the accident by her friends and family.

On Sunday, Harry who was celebrating his seventh birthday after the death of her mom, visited Goodison Park to witness the Everton’s fixture against Liverpool. Before the match, Harry’s picture was displayed on the big screen with a “Happy 7th Birthday Harry Jennings” message.

Ged shared a picture of the screen displaying the birthday message to Instagram, tagging his late wife. “Thank you, Everton. @michellejeno83 They have done it.”

Ged thanking Everton F.C said, “As a life long Evertonian, it’s a welcoming relief for us at such a heartbreaking time. He also thanked people for raising a donation of over £20000 support Ged and his children after the tragic death of their wife and mother.

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