Family needs help in getting back on track

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A little more than a month ago, a Keizer boy was killed and his brother, a Claggett Creek Middle School student, was severely injured in a rollover crash on Interstate 5 near Albany.

In the aftermath, the family of Willevaldo and Evangelica Guzman lost their car, their home and had to close their Salem restaurant, Los Yonic’s, at 1391 Broadway Street in Salem.

With some of the dust settling, the restaurant reopened last week and friends of the family at CCMS are urging local community members to turn out and support the business on Tuesday, Feb. 26 and Friday, March 1.

“It’s been very hard for the family,” said Lupe Mora, outreach coordinator at Claggett Creek. “The couple’s son, Mateo, nearly lost his arm in the crash and now we’re trying to get him back into school. He says he’s ready.”


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