Wife of Pasco police officer has arm amputated after ATV accident in Idaho
Posted on Monday, July 27th, 2020 at 1:20 pm
PASCO, WA – The wife of a Pasco police officer will get part of her right arm amputated after a weekend accident in which an ATV rolled over her arm.
According to the GoFundMe organized by the victim’s friend, Mirza Michel, was on vacation in McCall, Idaho, with her husband Alex and their two children. They were riding ATVs when the accident occurred, but there are no other details about how or why the ATV rolled onto her arm.
Michel was airlifted to Boise for surgery and is expected to undergo a second surgery Monday to have part of her arm amputated.
Once Michel has recovered, the family will return to Pasco.
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