GoFundMe Page Set Up For Pregnant Autism Therapist That Was Hit By A Go Train In Kitchener Last Week

We have an update on that woman and little boy that were hit by a Go Train in Kitchener last week. According to police, 30-year-old Jenna Armstrong is in critical, but stable condition in hospital and the boy is in serious but stable condition. According to the woman’s family, who have set up a Go Fund Me account for her, Jenna is 13 weeks pregnant and the baby is also in stable condition. She was working at the time of the crash, as an instructor therapist for children with autism at BitKids Behavioural Consulting. She has a long road to recovery and will require many surgeries.

Police are still investigating the incident.

Here is the link to the GoFundMe campaign for Jenna.

From the GoFundMe:

On Wednesday, November 13th, Jenna was involved in a terrible accident where she was struck by a train while on a walk at work. At the time, she was also 13 weeks pregnant. Miraculously, she is at the hospital in stable condition (along with the baby!) but with multiple surgeries and a long road to recovery ahead. Jenna is an amazing wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, and a wonderful resource to the families that she supports every day as an Instructor Therapist for autistic children.

Photo Credit: GoFundMe / Mandy Armstrong


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Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan