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Donation fund set up for infant born after fatal crash

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LEBANON, Pa. (WHTM) -

A donation fund has been set up for a Lebanon infant who was delivered following a car crash that killed his mother.

Octavio Thomas Ruiz Noggle was born Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital and then transferred to Penn State Hershey Medical Center after the crash Sunday afternoon at the snow-covered intersection of Steckbeck Street and Sandhill Road.

His mother, 19-year-old Angelina Noggle, died at Good Samaritan.

The fund was established to help make sure Octavio will have everything he needs.

Donations can be made at Fulton Bank to a savings account in the name of Paula Noggle, Ref # 0000505670. 

Friends are also holding a bake sale this Saturday from 12 - 3 p.m. at Lebanon High School. All money raised goes toward funeral costs and baby expenses.

"On the Corner Grocery" is also accepting monetary donations and baby supplies at 1038 Church Street in Lebanon.

 

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