At this time the families have asked to keep the matter private.
September 21, 2021–Update
From Gofundme organizer Charlie Pallitto, We would like to thank everyone for their generous support to the families involved in Monday’s accident. At this time the families have asked to keep the matter private. We would like to refund all donations and apologize for any inconvenience. You should expect a refund from GoFundMe within 7 days. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families involved.
ALLENTOWN, NJ (MONMOUTH)–A Gofundme has been set up for Celso Eurich, Mathew Eurich, Jordan Duffy and Charlie Duffy who were involved in a serious motor vehicle accident yesterday morning in East Windsor. All were seriously injured and remain in the hospital at the time of this posting. According to Allentown High School Principal Connie Embley in a letter sent out to parents earlier today, “At this time, the boys are still dealing with serious injuries and we all remain hopeful for the recovery process to begin soon.”
On Monday, September 20, 2021, at approximately 7:00 a.m., Celso Eurich, Mathew Eurich, Jordan Duffy & Charlie Duffy were found in a serious automobile accident. There is not much we can do in a tragic situation like this other than send our prayers to the families, and keep them in our thoughts. All of the donations will be equally split between both of the family’s caught in this terrible accident. Any donations would be extremely appreciated. these are great families and we are trying to do the most we can to help them, Thank you.
On behalf of the Duffy’s and Eurich’s they appreciate your concern and prayers. At this time, the boys are still dealing with serious injuries and we all remain hopeful for the recovery process to begin soon. While the boys are in ICU, they cannot receive any visitors or any flowers, food or items. While the thoughts are very much appreciated, please do not allow your children to go to the hospital or send anything. There will be time to shower them with things as they recover. Luckily, there are no head injuries with any of the boys.
Please continue to pray, that is the most important thing at this time. As soon as we know what we can do to help the families, I will let you know.
This is such a great community and your support is very much appreciated. I will keep you updated.