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Money flows for Lucas

HELPING HAND: Lucas Ion (right) with good mate Kyle Wright. Kyle wore Lucas’ Dalyston football jumper on Saturday against Bunyip as a mark of respect for his friend.

A GO Fund Me page for injured teen Lucas Ion, 18, had exceeded its target of $60,000 as The Star readied itself to go print on Monday afternoon.
At last count the total pledged had reached $63,996.
Lucas was the driver of car that collided with a truck as he and brother Campbell, 16, travelled to Koo Wee Rup to play football for Dalyston on the morning of Saturday, May 4. Campbell died.
Lucas’s condition has progressively improved. He has now been classified by Royal Melbourne Hospital staff as “stable”.
Across the region, football and netball clubs have banded together to honour the Ions.
One message on the Go Fund Me page read: “Hearts breaking at the loss of your beautiful son and brother Campbell…best wishes for Lucas’s recovery.”

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=28629

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