Mother dies of COVID-19 after giving birth to twins
A Colorado mother died from COVID-19 after giving birth to twins.
they moved up to Parker to, to pursue a better life. Colorado was a new home for Alicia Santana Rogers and her family. But after passing away from COVID-19, the loved ones she left behind are trying to get back to New Mexico. She was an incredibly giving person. She had a heart of gold. Alicia's parents. Teresa and Philip Santana say her adopted community of Parker has returned that generosity in spades. Generosity has made me break down several times. Just are unbelievable. A go Fund me set up by Alicia sister in law has raised $12,000 so far and her oldest daughter's school has donated money, gift cards, baby formula diapers and wipes to. It's made this Yeah, a memorable time. Oh, a little bit easier to do with the go fund me is helping the family with final expenses and relocating Alicia's husband and four Children back to New Mexico where the rest of their family lives and where they have an emotional and financial support system. It means so much because no, just have everybody together so we can support each other. The family is dealing with their loss one day at a time, but staying strong for Alicia's four little girls, it's going to be a long, hard work. It really is a long, hard road, made a little easier with the help of strangers from Parker. There's no way that we can ever think everybody enough for what they've done