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Fundraising plan for MSP trooper injured during accident investigation in Detroit

Fundraising plan for MSP trooper injured during accident investigation in Detroit

WYANDOTTE, Michigan (WXYZ) – Michigan State Police are asking the public to help a trooper who was seriously injured while investigating an accident in Detroit in December.

MSP says Soldier Anna Humes was injured on December 23, 2022. She was responding to an accident on I-94 near Cheyne Street.

State police said Hume is off duty for 12 to 18 months. MSP announced how people can donate To Humes and his family.

The Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser is being held at the Wyandotte Fraternal Order of Police Lodge on March 3 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

All-you-can-eat dinner includes spaghetti, garlic bread, and salad. The cost of the dinner is $20 for adults, $5 for on-duty first responders and $5 for children under 16. Children under 5 years of age eat for free.

Tickets can be purchased at MSP Metro South Post or by contacting Sgt. Micah Keller at 248-296-3622 or Lt. Bren Cross at 810-285-4243.

Those who cannot attend the event can donate in other ways. Cash and checks can be sent to:

For local PNC Bank locations:

  • Account Number: 4184473766
  • FBO Humes Family
  • Michigan’s Thin Blue Line

by mail:

  • Michigan’s Thin Blue Line
  • PO Box 532133
  • Livonia, MI 48153
  • Hint money is “FBO Humes Family”

People can also donate with credit card:

  • Visit Michigan’s Thin Blue Line Website,
  • Click on โ€œMake a Donationโ€ on the homepage.
  • Select the amount being donated
  • Use “FBO HUMES FAMILY” in “Purpose of Charity”
  • fill out the form
  • hit submit

Those who donate can receive a tax-deductible letter.

The MSP said in a statement that “100% of the income received through any of the above methods will go directly to the family.”

Anyone with questions can call the Thin Blue Line at 313-740-7678.

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