Fundraiser Launched for United We Roll Advocate Haley Wile after Serious Car Accident

Written By Wyatt Claypool, Posted on September 25, 2020

Well known United We Roll (UWR) advocate Haley Wile was in a bad car accident six days ago which caused her life altering injuries. Wile’s friend and founder of UWR Glen Carritt today launched a Go Fund Me made to raise money for Haley’s medical recovery costs.

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Carritt’s petition reads:

Haley Wile was in a horrific car accident and suffered multiple fractures to her back and has a complete spinal cord injury, leaving her paralyzed from the waist down. She also suffered a pneumothorax (hole in her lung) several fractured ribs, a fractured collar bone, contusions on her lungs and heart, as well as a ruptured spleen. Her recovery will be long and costly due to equipment & significant modifications that will be needed for her home.

Wile is known to many as a hard working principled advocate on behalf of the oil and gas industry and Canadian truckers, which led her to become an instrumental organizer in the UWR convoy to Ottawa last winter. 

Despite the life changing injuries Wile sustained, Carritt wrote that, “She has a positive attitude and can see that even though her life has been permanently changed that she can continue on creating awareness and education.”

In little over four hour with a goal of $100,000 for the fundraiser the large community of people who know and appreciate Wile have already come together and raised $4,660 which stands as a testament to how many people she has had a positive impact on, and how important and advocate she has been for Western Canada.

If anyone wishes to donate to the fundraiser to assist Wile in her recovery, a link will be provided here.

Wyatt Claypool

Wyatt is a student at Mount Royal University, where he is the president of its Campus Conservative club. In his writing, he focuses on covering provincial and federal politics, firearms regulation, and the energy sector. Wyatt has also previously written for The Post Millennial.

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