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Aug 5, 2016 12:28 PM

NH restaurant raises money for son of employee after ATV accident

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SALEM — After a 12-year-old boy was hurt in a serious ATV crash, an N.H. restaurant plans to match all employee donations to help the boy's family.

Tom Boucher, who owns T-BONES, Cactus Jack, and the Copper Door, has extended his offer via Facebook to help his employee, Malissa Gilbert, and her son, Tommy, by matching all donations up to $1000 that are contributed by other employees on the GoFundMe page until Aug. 7.

Tommy is suffering from major head trauma, and the long-term effects are unknown.

Help Malissa with a bit of the stress by giving a donation, small or large, on the page. All donations are appreciated.

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