Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Ukiah Woman Healing After Injuries Caused by Traffic Collision That Ended Police Pursuit- Please Consider Donating to Her GoFundMe


The following is a link to a GoFundMe and the fundraising effort’s descriptions which we were given permission to republish:


Hello, my name is Leanne and I am Katelin Teters mama. On 12-19-21 She was leaving Safeway after getting all the supplies she needs to make her famous chocolate bars for last-minute holiday gift baskets. Meanwhile, there was a high-speed chase that the CHP, Mendocino County Sheriffs Office, and the Local Ukiah PD were trying to apprehend. Unfortunately, the chase ended when he crashed the stolen vehicle into the taxicab she was in. She was in the back seat where most of the impact was. Thankfully she suffered moderate injuries’ however, the emotional pain, and trauma from this accident will be with her for a long time. Many of you know that Katelin is a small business owner, She operates Katelin’s Kitchen Ukiah. Where she cooks out of her home and provides home-cooked meals to people all over the Ukiah area. She has recently started making chocolate bars and sweets. This is the main source of income for her family of 3, Jon her boyfriend helps her to get the orders done and out the door. And Austen their 9.5-year-old son is their food taster.

She will need financial support at this time until she is able to provide for her family. This will help to pay for rent, buy food, pay the bills, get all the essentials for the home. By you simply sharing this and getting support and the much-needed help she deserves.

Katelin’s injuries were not life-threatening. She is still currently in the hospital and is being monitored as she did suffer from head trauma.

Post below is the link to the article of this accident.https://mendofever.com/2021/12/20/saturday-nights-police-pursuit-began-with-traffic-violation-and-ended-with-a-foot-chase-says-chp/

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  1. I gave to Katelin’s Go Fund Me account. Such a sad story. Thank you for posting this article. Praying for a full recovery for her.

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I like to think of myself as a journalist for the everyman. Journalism has become a craft practiced largely by the urban elite. It’s time to take it back. I have been an Emerald Triangle resident since 2006 and this is year ten in Mendocino County. Please, email me at matthewplafever@gmail.com if you know a story that needs to be told.

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