Fund set up to help Renton woman critically injured when hit by car
July 11, 2012 · Updated 7:22 AM
Friends of Rosalind Hall of Renton, critically injured when hit by a car Saturday morning on Lake Washington Boulevard, have set up a fund to help her financially.
Hall's family gave Paul and Wendy Goff permission to set up the campaign to raise $2,500 to help Hall. As of Tuesday morning, $760 has been collected toward that goal.
Hall was in serious condition Tuesday in the intensive-care unit at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
Bail was set at $50,000 Monday for a 27-year-old Renton man who was arrested on investigation of hitting and critically injuring Hall. The Renton Reporter is not naming him until he is formally charged, expected on Wednesday at the latest.