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Her story is heartbreaking ... a town in Texas cries out for a 10-year-old "inspirational child"

 

Her story is heartbreaking ... a town in Texas cries out for a 10-year-old "inspirational child"

Her story is heartbreaking ... a town in Texas cries out for a 10-year-old "inspirational child"

After she became famous for helping medical personnel in the Mountain District of Texas, Lexie Brook Collins died in a tragic road accident that blew the hearts of millions of Americans.

Lexie (10 years old) was known to the public over the past few days through the local media that reported her story and her dedication to making protective masks for medical staff working in a hospital near her home where her mother works as a nurse.

Lexie, a fifth grader, inspired her community when she made masks for Anson General Hospital workers earlier this month.

Her mother said in a previous statement that, “After her school was closed, Lexi spent hours sewing 100 colored masks for the nurses to protect them from the Corona virus.

On April 6, the hospital honored her on its official Facebook page, saying, "We are grateful for the beautiful donation of masks by a fifth grader, thank you, Lexie Collins."

And Lexie's mother wrote: Thank you all for making my girl's day happy by thanking her in public!

The mother told media that Lexie "loves sewing, and I'm a nurse, so she wants to help all the nurses."

And in Texas, there are more than 20,000 cases of the emerging coronavirus and more than 500 deaths.

Monday City Councilor Karen Logan told KTXS, "Lexie was an amazing child. She was bright, talented and wise despite her young age."

The child Lexi was buried in a solemn Shiite ceremony filled with great reverence and sadness, while nurses wore protective masks, which added to the depth of sadness that prevailed in her residential area.

During the memorial service before the funeral, it was said, "Lexie lit up the world in which she lived."

Lexie died in a traffic accident while in the car, while her parents, Jesse and Gara Collins, and her brothers Talan and Grayson, along with her grandparents Jerry and Rachel Gray, survived.

And in Munday, where Lexie lived and died, people often attached pictures of her to trees in her honor.

 

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