An online fundraiser has been started for the family of a pregnant mother of four killed in a tragic car accident near Samantha, Alabama Monday.

Launched Tuesday, a GoFundMe entitled 'Rogers Recovery Fund' looks to raise a goal of $5,000 to assist the family of 36-year-old Audra Rogers.

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Rogers was killed in a head-on collision on US Highway 43, and her four children were in the vehicle at the time of the accident. Readers have informed the Tuscaloosa Thread that all four children are currently hospitalized in Birmingham for treatment of their injuries.

Donations can be made to the Rogers Recovery Fund HERE.

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