Guerrero family

WENATCHEE – A Quincy woman critically injured in a fatal collision near Wenatchee was upgraded to stable condition at Confluence Health-Central Washington Hospital.

Anne K. Guerrero, a 44-year-old woman, suffered life-threatening injuries when her minivan was struck by a semi-truck Monday morning on state Route 28, about five miles east of East Wenatchee.

Guerrero sustained multiple fractures to her back and internal injuries but Trooper Brian Moore says she could return home in the next few days.

The woman’s sons, 12-year-old Adam Guerrero and 14-year-old Alec Guerrero, died in the collision.

The three were traveling from Quincy to Wenatchee for a medical appointment.

A GoFundMe account has been set up to support the Guerrero family. More than $19,000 has been raised in one day.

A benefit account has also been set up for Anne Guerrero at U.S. Bank and the Alec Adam Guerrero Memorial Fund at Key Bank. Donations can be made at any U.S. Bank or Key bank location.

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