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Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation Co-Founder Faces Murder Charges In Crosswalk Deaths

Court documents detail how the CEO of the Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation – co-founder of the National Pedicure Society and critic for what amounted to exercise shoes for some women – was busy talking on her cell phone when she ran a stop sign, then hit two young boys as they walked across a Denver-area crosswalk.

One boy was killed and the other critically injured.

“It’s a tragedy that never should have happened,” said Michael Grossman, whose wife, Rebecca, is now charged with vehicular homicide by intoxication and two counts of vehicular assault.

District Attorney Bonnie Rabe said Rebecca Grossman, 42, was distracted by her cell phone when she failed to stop for a stop sign, then ran over and killed 11-year-old Jordan Vong and critically injured his 9-year-old brother.

What is the Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation?

The Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 2011. The foundation works to prevent burn injuries and deaths, especially in children. Rebecca Grossman is the co-founder of the foundation. And she is facing murder charges in connection with the deaths of two children. Who were struck by a car while crossing the street. According to the foundation’s website, its mission is “to provide education, support, and hope to families and individuals affected by burns and fire-related injuries”. The foundation’s goals are to “advance research and treatment in the fields of burns and fire-related injuries by providing grants to researchers, supporting burn centers, and awarding scholarships.” Rebecca Grossman is president of the organization.

Who is she?

Rebecca Grossman Burn is the co-founder of the Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation. A nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to families of burn victims. She is also facing murder charges in the deaths of two children. Who was hit by a car while crossing the street?

Grossman Burn has been accused of driving her Bentley SUV. Through a crosswalk and hitting two brothers, ages 11 and 9. The boys were crossing the street with their mother at the time. Both children died from their injuries. Grossman Burn has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her. If convicted, she faces up to life in prison.

The Brutal Accident that Killed Three Boys

It was a beautiful day on October 26, 2019. The sun was shining and the temperature was perfect for a Fall afternoon. Unfortunately, that day will forever be remembered for a tragic accident that changed the lives of many people.

That afternoon, three young boys were crossing the street in a crosswalk on their way to school. When they were hit by a car driven by Rebecca Grossman. The boys, ages 11, 9, and 8, were all killed instantly.

Grossman is now facing three counts of murder and is currently being held on $6 million bail. If convicted, she could face life in prison. The boy’s families are understandably devastated by this tragedy. They are struggling to cope with their loss and trying to figure out how to move forward.

The Grossman family has also been impacted by this tragedy. Rebecca’s husband, Mark Grossman, released a statement saying “Rebecca is an amazing wife and mother who cherished her family above all else”.

Rebecca Grossman

This tragic accident has shaken the community and has left everyone wondering what could have been done to prevent it. We may never know the answer to that question. But we can all hope that something good can come from this tragedy.

Grossman Lisa’s Legal Troubles

Many people are familiar with the Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation. But few know about the legal troubles of its co-founder, Lisa Grossman. Lisa Grossman is currently facing charges of murder in connection with a hit-and-run that killed two children in a crosswalk.

This case has been shrouded in mystery from the beginning. What we do know is that on the evening of September 29th, 2020. Grossman ran over and killed 8-year-old Martin Caballero and 11-year-old Kiara Mendez. As they crossed the street in a crosswalk in West Los Angeles. She then fled the scene. 

Grossman was arrested the following day and has been in jail since then. She has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her. Her bail has been set at $2 million dollars. The DA is still investigating the case and has not yet decided whether to pursue hate crime charges against Grossman. This means that the motive for the crime is still unknown. However, many people speculate that she was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident.

No matter what the motive ends up being, this tragedy has devastated two families and left everyone who knows. Aftermath of Crosswalk Deaths: Mass Transit Activists Seek Changes To Texting And Driving Laws, Pedestrian Safety Education Campaigns. The Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation was created in the wake of a tragic car accident. Therefore,that took the lives of two young children. The driver, who was texting while driving, pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter.

In the aftermath of the accident, the foundation’s co-founder, Rebecca Grossman. She has been working to raise awareness about the dangers of texting and driving. And working to change laws to make it harder for drivers to do so.

Reinvestment in Walking, Bike Riding

We often think of walking and bike riding as simple, innocuous activities that anyone can do. But in reality, they’re much more than that. Walking and bike riding are great exercises that can help to improve our physical health. And they’re also low-cost ways to get around. That doesn’t contribute to pollution or traffic congestion.

That’s why the Rebecca Grossman Burn Foundation is working to promote reinvestment in walking and biking. Therefore, we believe that these activities are crucial for both our individual health. And the health of our planet. And we’re working to make them safer and more accessible for everyone.

Sadly, our work was recently marred by tragedy. The co-founder of our foundation, Rebecca Grossman. Faces murder charges in connection with a hit-and-run incident. That killed two children who were crossing the street in a crosswalk.

We’re heartbroken by this tragedy, and our thoughts are with the families of the victims. But we remain committed to our mission of promoting walking and biking as safe, healthy, and sustainable forms of transportation. Therefore, we hope that you’ll join us in this effort.

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