A GoFundMe page has been set up to help a former Helena resident who suffered third-degree burns when a food truck exploded.
Jordan Glosser was injured Aug. 1 when she was preparing for the grand opening of the Clydesdale Outpost food truck in Whitefish and an explosion occurred within the vehicle, her sister Jessie Schneider, who sponsored the page, said. Glosser suffered third-degree burns over 38% of her body.
She was treated in the Anschutz Medical Burn Center in Denver, but has returned to Montana, according the GoFundMe page.
“She will be seeing a local doctor for continued care and traveling back to Denver every few months for treatments,” Schneider wrote on Oct. 14.
As of Wednesday morning, $51,810 has been raised toward the $100,000 goal.
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A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Jordan Glosser, who suffered third-degree burns when a food truck exploded.
The 30-year-old Glosser, born and raised in Helena and daughter of John and Kim Glosser, is described on the GoFundMe page as a “chef,