A Wesley Chapel family is still grieving after a single-vehicle car crash over the weekend on Interstate 4 in Seffner killed a mother and her infant daughter. But now members of a youth sports team some of the injured brothers in the crash played on wants to help.
The Wesley Chapel Bulls, a Pasco Police Athletic League youth football team and cheerleading squad, is hosting a fundraising spaghetti dinner Aug. 8 beginning at 7 p.m., at Sam Pasco Park, 39835 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills.
Tickets for the event are $5, and all proceeds will be donated to the Molina family as they try to recover from the weekend accident.
Ruben Molina had his entire family in his Hyundai Entourage on I-4 just after 1 a.m., toward Tampa, according to published reports. He lost control of the vehicle, and rolled several times before finally stopping in the parking lot of a recreational vehicle retailer.
Amanda Lynn Osborn and daughter Madilyna Molina were killed. Osborn’s and Molina’s sons, Ruben Molina and Elijah Molina, were seriously injured and taken to Tampa General Hospital, while the father and his sister, Marialena Molinda, suffered minor injuries. The sons are members of the Wesley Chapel Bulls.