Canberra Raiders Teenager Jacob Losefa Dies In Car Accident

Canberra Raiders Teenager Jacob Losefa Dies In Car Accident

Canberra Raiders Teenager Jacob Losefa¬† Car Accident – After being involved in a car accident on Monday, SG Ball player Jacob Iosefa was taken to the hospital, according to a statement released by Canberra. The club confirmed the news in a statement that was issued first thing on Wednesday morning. Friends of the Iosefa family have started a GoFundMe campaign in order to help raise money for the family so that they can receive financial assistance with Jacob’s medical bills, as well as food and lodging while he is in the hospital.

According to the statement, the Canberra Raiders are able to announce that SG Ball player Jacob Iosefa is still being treated in the Intensive Care Unit at Canberra Hospital after being involved in a motor vehicle accident on Monday evening. “The Raiders have been assisting Jacob and his family, who have traveled all the way from Wagga Wagga to be with him,” the statement reads. In addition to providing moral support to teammates and school friends during Jacob’s stay in the hospital.

“Out of respect for his family, the Raiders will not be making any further comment until there is more information,” said the team’s general manager. Jacob and his family may count on the club’s continued assistance in the future. Iosefa played in the centers during the most recent season of SG Ball. He is held in great regard in the nation’s capital, and he recently signed a two-year contract with the Green Machine. After advancing to the U19 tournament’s semi-finals, Canberra was eliminated by Parramatta, the tournament’s eventual champion.The young man is currently being cared for in the Intensive Care Unit of the Canberra Hospital by members of his own family as well as close friends and acquaintances from Wagga Wagga.

Canberra Raiders Teenager Jacob Losefa¬† Car Accident – After being involved in a car accident on Monday, SG Ball player Jacob Iosefa was taken to the hospital, according to a statement released by Canberra. The club confirmed the news in a statement that was issued first thing on Wednesday morning. Friends of the Iosefa family…

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