Candlelight vigil held for hit/run victim Nat Farber

Wednesday, January 30, 2019 0 Comments

Candlelight vigil held for hit/run victim Nat Farber
On Saturday January 12, Miami Lakes resident Natalie Farber was critically injured in a hit and run accident. The accident occurred in the area of Fairway Drive and Bedlington Road in Miami Lakes. Faber was struck by an unknown vehicle around 2 p.m. and was left with serious injuries. The person responsible for this is unknown, as police are still investigating.
On Thursday January 17, local friends and residents gathered together at Shula’s Athletic Club to pray for Farber’s recovery. They gathered together for a candlelight prayer and wrote messages on balloons that were released to the wind. Farber is currently being treated at Jackson Trauma Ryder Center and is in critical condition.
Farber is a longtime Miami Lakes resident who used to work at the Athletic Club before retiring. She was also a teacher for over 35 years. Farber is still an active member at the Athletic Club, where she has met many people and created lifetime friendships. Faber is loved by many that consider her a mother figure. It shows in the amount of people that showed up to support and pray for their dear friend.
There is a $5,000 reward being offered for any information regarding the accident. Anyone with any information is asked to contact (305) 471- TIPS, 1 (866) 471-8477 or visit www.crimestoppers305.com, and remain anonymous.

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