A fundraiser set up by a close friend of Bristol’s “K-Dogg” the young NHS worker brutally attacked in a hit and run racist incident reported a few days ago has raised £28000 so far
Simeon Mccarthy, from Fishponds in Bristol set up the fundraiser to help his friend through the long recovery period he will have to undergo both physically and mentally. You can help this young man at https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-raise-money-for-nhs-member-of-staff.
Thugs driving a Dark blue Honda Accord were reported as screaming racist abuse at “K-Dogg” before driving directly at him.
Bristol Band “Massive Attack” are just one of many donators to the fund. Police are still looking for the perpetrators of this horrific attack.
The fundraiser page says “Kdogg is a hospital worker aged 21 from Bristol who had just finished a shift at work. He was targeted in a racist attack has been left with multiple injuries and in need of plastic surgery to his face and leg. He was driven at, knocked down and rammed into a wall near Southmead Hospital as he was walking to bus stop after finishing work. Please donate to show solidarity to kdogg KT and his family through this horrific time.
And Simeon posted “Wow what a great response from everyone in just 1 day …Thank you to all of you who have donated and shared this cause!!! Kdogg has a long road ahead of him to recover physically and even longer mentally.This money will be paid straight to Kdogg to support him in his recovery in which ever way he see’s fit as he will be out of work for a long time and is going to need a lot of support to get through this horrific attack. Once again thank you to everyone x”
Just some of the kindhearted people that are so offended by this attack that have donated
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