Multiple fundraisers have been launched for the man who tragically lost his life at a McDonald’s drive-thru in Vancouver.
Tony Eyles passed away after what the VPD called a “heartbreaking scenario” that led to his death at the McDonald’s at Main and Terminal.
According to VPD, he had dropped something at the payment window at the drive-thru, went to reach for it, and got pinned between his car and a part of the structure of the building. He was already dead by the time first responders arrived.
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Two GoFundMe pages have been launched by family friends of the Eyles family.
“Tony was an amazing husband, father, friend and coworker,” reads a blurb on one of the fundraisers.
“I know that money will not change what happened but I am hoping that we can at least help the family out through this hard financial time.”
Eyles was from Albion, BC, a neighbourhood in Maple Ridge, and support has also poured in on a Facebook group called Albion Neighbours.
“Albion lost a good man, husband and father today. Our hearts go out to his family at this time.”