KOKOMO, Ind. (WISH) - Friends are stepping up to help after Kokomo grandparents were killed while crossing a Seattle street.
There are now numerous fundraising efforts, both here in central Indiana, and in Seattle: all to raise money for the Schulte family.
Judy and Dennis Schulte were killed Monday.
Their daughter-in-law and her then 10-day-old baby were critically hurt.
Here is a link to one of the fundraising efforts that originated here in central Indiana.
Friends of the family started out trying to raise a couple thousand dollars.
You can see by clicking here that in just two days, they've raised over $30,000 dollars to help the survivors- and the number just keeps going up.
Friends say on a caringbridge website created for the family, that the Schulte's daughter-in-law is now in stable condition, with a fractured pelvis, hip, and torn ligaments in her knee.
They say her infant son has shown signs of improvement, but may have suffered some damage to his brain.
Numerous other fundraising efforts have also started in Kokomo for the family.
A P.O. Box has also been set-up now for anyone who would like to send a check to help the family.
C/O Dan & Karina Schulte
P.O. Box 30423
Indianapolis, In 46230
Please do NOT send cash, but make checks payable to Dan & Karina Schulte.
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