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HILLSBOROUGH: Thousands share grief and dollars with Gemmells
Hearts go out to ex-Jerseyans, victims of air crash
More than 10,000 people have donated more than $468,800 to the Gemmell family, devastated by tragedy when a small jet plane crashed into their Maryland house at about 10:45 a.m. Dec. 8.

Marie Gemmell, who grew up in Brick, died in the house with her two small sons, Cole, 3, and six-week-old Devin. Her husband, Kenneth, a 1996 Hillsborough High School graduate, and 5-year-old daughter Arabelle, who was at school at the time of the accident, survive.

As of Wednesday, the site on www.gofundme.com shows 10,176 people have made donations in the week since the accident.



Doggone Fun!
'Monster Jam' in Trenton
FOR Candice Jolly, it would seem that cars and trucks are in her blood.

   She started racing go-karts at the age of 8, and moved on to Formula B cars, dragsters, swamp buggies, just about anything with a motor and four wheels. When she was 23 she made the move to the big trucks of Monster Jam.

   ”I absolutely love everything about ‘Monster Jam,’” Ms. Jolly says. “It’s as family-friendly as sports can get, you can take your children there and you can find something for everybody. And it’s exciting, we get to travel all over the world and get to meet amazing fans in every country. I’ve been in 16 countries and 28 different states with ‘Monster Jam,’ and it’s a new experience at every show.”


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