HAPO account to help Richland mom, daughter

RICHLAND, Wash. -- Tri-Citians who want to help Regina Rees, the Richland mother whose house burned Saturday, may donate to an account at HAPO Credit Union.

The account is under Rees' name.

The home on Perkins Avenue where Rees lives with her daughter Sabrina Christensen, who has autism, was damaged in a blaze Saturday morning.

Sabrina recently was profiled in the Herald when she adopted a rescued horse after her 8-year-old horse Sprocket had to be euthanized.