KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Loved ones of Michelle Sheuerman are planning a spaghetti feed, and auction, to pay for heaping medical bills and funeral costs.
Sheuerman was one of two women killed in the horrific crash on Saturday that also took the life of Kimberly Youngblood.
An organizer of the fundraiser wrote, "Michelle was an amazing wife, mother, daughter, grandmother and friend to many!"
According to the fundraiser page, Michelle did not have medical insurance.
The family is also dealing with the expected bills that come with funeral plans.
Friends, family and strangers are invited for a spaghetti feed fundraiser at the Branding Iron on Saturday, February 16th, from 1-4 p.m.
The Branding Iron is located in downtown Kennewick at 213 West Kennewick Avenue.
Organizers of the event are also searching for donations to be auctioned off.
Items for the auction can be taken to the Branding Iron before Feb. 12th.
The spaghetti feed is $15 a person.
Organizers say this is a family event and children are welcome.
All of the proceeds raised by the spaghetti feed, and the auction, will be donated to the family.
The organizer of the event stated, "Please find it in your heart to come out and help this family during a really difficult and tragic time in their lives."
There is also a gofund me account established to help pay for these expenses.
You can donate at https://www.gofundme.com/benefit-for-michelle-scheuerman