Facebook page comments pouring in for woman found unconscious - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Facebook page comments pouring in for woman found unconscious

PULLMAN, Wash.- On Thursday morning, the woman found unconscious on a rural Pullman roadway was still in critical condition at Sacred Heart Medical Center. Kristen Grindley was found unconscious, in a pool of blood, in the roadway at 1:30 Wednesday morning. Whitman County Sheriff's’ deputies say it appears she either fell from a moving vehicle or was struck by one.

By Wednesday afternoon, and into Thursday morning, Kristen’s Facebook page was covered with well wishes. Not only that, her sister started a new Facebook page, called “Rally for Kristen Grindley”. On the info page of the website it says, “we are starting this for Kristen, a loved daughter, sister, niece, granddaughter, and friend, who was found on the side of the road badly injured. Please feel free to leave your thoughts and prayers to help Kristen get through this difficult time.” 

Some comments left on the page: 

“My prayers are with you and your family Kristen! I will be awaiting your return to pullman after that cruise your going on!!!!” 

“Love you kristen, haven't stopped thinking about you all day... you're in my prayers. get better soon!” 

“You're in my prayers Kristen! Xoxo” 

“love you boo i can't wait until you're better and i can see youre beautiful face and we can go to the bead store and make earrings and go to the park and play with my happy meal toys and wear opposite matching outfits. i love you with all my heart just know that there are soooo many people praying for you you def have God on your side. get well soon boo!” 

If you have any information about this incident, you’re being asked to call the Whitman County Sheriff’s Department at (509)-397-6266.

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