Adventist members in minibus crash

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Muchea, Western Australia

An Adventist mother remains in Royal Perth Hospital after a minibus crash in Muchea over the weekend.

Please join us in prayer for Pastor Aviles, members, and extended families who have been affected by this accident

According to Pastor Abby Aviles, pastor of the Koondoola congregation, the group on the minibus were on their way home from a combined worship service at Moora Seventh-day Adventist Church. Police are investigating whether a blown tyre, causing the driver to lose control and crash into a ditch, was the reason for the accident.

Eight people were treated at hospital following the crash, but have since been released. The woman, a member of Armadale Seventh-day Adventist Church, was airlifted to hospital with suspected spinal injuries. At the time of the crash, she had been protecting her baby, who was uninjured by the accident. The woman has since been cleared of spinal injuries but remains in hospital awaiting results of her head scan.

“We want to praise the Lord for His mercy and protection. Please join us in prayer for Pastor Aviles, members, and extended families who have been affected by this accident,” said Pastor Terry Johnson, president of the Western Australian Conference.