Cristian Rojas Redondo died from his injuries in a triple-vehicle crash Saturday, July 1, his family announced.

The victims, all from Gulf Coast, were driving on Interstate 95 near Jacksonville, Florida, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

At around 7:40 a.m., a car and an SUV were involved in a crash while slowing or stopping in the center lane of a bridge connecting Florida and Georgia.

Three of Christian Rojas Redondo’s siblings were killed in the original crash. Their ages were 10, 12 and 14 years old. (See first image above. Click on second image to see Cristian’s photo)

On Tuesday, July 4, family member Ada Redondo announced via GoFundMe that one of the original survivors, the fourth child, had died.

“Unfortunately, today he left to be with our Heavenly Father,” Ada wrote.

“This is a terrible tragedy for the Redondo family, we have lost four beautiful children who are now with God.”

Ada hopes to raise enough money to have Christian’s body returned to Long Island, “where he was born and raised.”

Just two days earlier, Ada (who appears to be the aunt of at least three children) pleaded with the community to help raise funds to bury the first three people killed in the accident.

The first fundraiser is now over, raising over $20,000 in three days.

Now, the community has given $7,751 of the $10,000 goal to bring Christian’s body home, with many leaving words of support along with their donations.

In addition to condolences, donor Kelly Molloy wrote that she was “sending love to help this family through this difficult time.”

“I am so sorry for your loss,” wrote donor Jasmine Palacios.

“There are no words to explain this grief, but I pray that God will give this family the strength to deal with this tragedy.”

An acquaintance of Christian’s family told the Daily Voice that one of the victims in critical condition was Christian’s mother.

To view the GoFundMe, click here.

This is still a developing story. Please check back with The Daily Voice for updates.

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