JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – 4 native Chili’s eating places will maintain fundraising occasions for the household of 12-yr-previous Hunter Cope, who died when he was struck by a car whereas strolling to high school in Mayport on March 6.
The Chili’s in Queen’s Harbour, Fleming Island, Orange Park and Oakleaf will donate 10 % of all gross sales on Monday to the household.
Police consider alcohol was an element within the crash.
Police stated Hunter Cope was struck on the intersection of Wonderwood Connector and A1A whereas strolling to Mayport Center Faculty.
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Workplace detectives are nonetheless investigating and haven’t charged the driving force of the SUV that hit Hunter. However the crash report, which News4Jax obtained Friday, stated Hunter was within the crosswalk and that officers consider the driving force, 37-yr-previous Kelley Permenter, was drunk.
Hunter’s household has arrange a GoFundMe account for funeral bills, and a number of other native Chili’s eating places will donate 10 % of the invoice to Hunter’s household for each one that says they’re consuming there for Hunter Cope. For a flier you possibly can print and take with you, click on right here.
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