A few days ago we talked about Brian Wood, the Relic designer who sacrificed his life by steering into an oncoming car to protect his wife and unborn child. We've been informed that a trust fund has been set up to help his wife, Erin, and the child who Brian died to save.
If you want to contribute to the family of a hero, then simply go here and do so. There really isn't anything else to say. If you've got some spare dollars, you could do worse than to help make sure a man's death wasn't in vain.
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