“We are the ones who have the power to make this happen,” says Alisha.
“You can be the catalyst.”
Alisha’s family has had a hard time keeping up with the bills.
Alisha had just two children at the time of the accident.
The family had taken over a small home in the desert near the Colorado border when the accident happened.
The truck, which had been parked in front of the home, crashed into the back wall of the house, killing her daughter.
Alisa’s husband, who was not injured, helped with the cleanup.
The couple had just started the remodeling business in May of this year.
“It was scary, but we have been doing the best we can,” she says.
They had no idea what to expect when the trailer rolled, or that it would take down the house and ruin their lives.
“We were shocked and devastated,” Alisha says.
“Our house was gone, but I am still here.”
The family has started a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Alissa is not sure if the truck had been working, but she says it’s hard to believe that a driver would deliberately drive through a home.
“This could have been avoided,” she said.
“The driver could have taken a photo of me and sent it to friends.
I would not have seen it, and I could have avoided it.”