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Brianna Wittman Fundraiser Set for Nov. 27

The Moorestown teenager was critically injured in a June car accident. She continues to make progress, including talking and moving, after being comatose for weeks.

A fundraiser to support a severely injured Moorestown teen is scheduled for Nov. 27 in Cinnaminson.  

Brianna Wittman was days away from graduating from Moorestown High School this June when a car accident on I-295 left her in critical condition. She was in a coma for several weeks, and has made slow but steady progress after a recent surgery. She’s now able to talk and move more of her body, her family reports.

Currently, Wittman is in a rehabilitation center, working on recovery, according to posts on her CaringBridge website.

The Cinnaminson Friendly’s is sponsoring a fundraiser for Wittman on Nov. 27 from 5 to 10 p.m. There will be balloons and prizes during the night and all are welcome, the family said on a CaringBridge post. The Friendly’s is located at 505 Route 130 South, Cinnaminson.

For more, see:

  • Moorestown High School Senior Critical After Car Accident
  • MHS Class of 2012: ‘Tonight Is a Turning Point in Our Lives’
  • Brianna Wittman Makes Progress on Road to Recovery

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