SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Last night on News 8, we told you about a Mira Mesa mother and her daughter Finnley who need a special needs van.
Seconds after the story aired News 8 viewers jumped into action.
Jeff Zevely joins us with the incredible Zevely Zone follow-up.
We're still encouraging viewers to donate if they'd like; any extra money will help pay for maintenance, registration and gas for Care and Finnley's new van.
To donate, click here.
We did it! Donations are pouring in to buy a Mira Mesa mother and her daughter, Finnley, a Special Needs Van! The follow up in the Zevely Zone at 5 pm on Channel 8 @CBS8 @thecwsandiego @PlainClarity https://t.co/ITJOKApfk6 pic.twitter.com/RjWyUcFig3— Jeff Zevely (@JeffNews8) November 16, 2017
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