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    Benefit Planned For Forest Lake Student-Athlete

    Recent Forest Lake graduate and student-athlete Jesseca Overland was in a horrific life-changing car accident on August 1. She was T-boned on the driver's side as she was pulling into her own driveway, then airlifted to North Memorial Hospital where she is still being treated. She suffered 12 broken ribs, a broken clavicle, a fractured pelvis in three places, both lungs collapsed and grade 2 injuries to her spleen and liver.

    Jesseca has been an athlete since seventh grade, competing at the varsity level in cross-country and track. She was supposed to start her collegiate journey at St. Cloud State University this fall and run cross-country and track as a Husky. However, her freshman fall season has been taken away.

    The Forest Lake community has been hit hard and they are all hurting as well as trying to stay strong for Jesseca.

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    John Millea | | John's Journal