ST. LOUIS – A fundraiser is set for Friday morning to help Janae Edmondson, the Tennessee teen who lost both of her legs in a horrific crash in downtown St. Louis.

It’s set to take place from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the 11th and St. Charles Streets. That intersection is where the terrible crash happened last month.

The fundraiser Friday morning is being put on by AMP Connections. That is a group which started last year, its mission is to help members of the amputee community like Janae.

Her tragic story has touched many people since the crash happened back on the evening of February 18.

Edmondson was in St. Louis from Tennessee for a volleyball tournament and was walking back to her hotel with her family. That’s when police said a speeding car driven by 21-year-old Daniel Riley failed to yield at the intersection.

Riley’s car collided with another car, that car hit Edmondson, causing her severe injuries. Riley is facing charges in this case and remains jailed without bond. His next court date is in April.

Riley was out on bond in a robbery case when the tragedy happened. Court records showed he violated his house arrest dozens of times without any consequences. Controversy has been ongoing about why he wasn’t behind bars because of all of his bond issues.

If you can’t make it to the fundraiser in person, there are other ways to help as well.

Besides the GoFundMe account, which has already raised over $670,000, you can donate through other apps like CashApp, PayPal, and Venmo.