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City of Tonawanda donating to woman set on fire, here's how to help

Posted at 11:53 PM, Dec 18, 2018

CITY OF TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WKBW) — After Jessica Cameron, a mother of three young boys, was lit on fire by her boyfriend, leaving her in ECMC with severe burns, the community decided to come together.

"The City of Tonawanda is a small community and it just seems like whenever anything happens in the City of Tonawanda, people gather around and help" Carol Ann Rowling, who donated to the Cameron family, said.

For those who are looking to help the Cameron family, here are the best ways:

- This GoFundMe is being sponsored by the family to help with medical bills. The link can be found here.
- Donate clothes, toys, money, or general supplies to the family by dropping items off to the City of Tonawanda Fire Department at 44 William Street, Tonawanda NY.
- Donate money at the Tim Hortons Cameron works, which is also where the attack took place. This is located at 71 Niagara Street, Tonawanda NY.