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A woman who lost her fiancé in an accident has paid tribute to generous members of the public who paid for the sperm extraction she intends to use to try for a baby.


Cameron Robinett was left brain dead after being involved in a horrific motorcycle accident last week.


One of the 25-year-old’s greatest wishes was to have children, and after discussing it with his family, his partner Stephanie Lucas decided to go ahead with a sperm extraction to make this possible.


With the procedure costing $6,000 however, Stephanie could not afford to finance it on her own. 


As time was of the essence, Stephanie decided to set up a crowdfunding page in order to raise the money, writing:


“My fiancé Cameron was in a motorcycle accident on Friday and was declared brain dead today at 12:30. We wanted children very much and my family and his family and I have all decided we'd love to still make this happen.”


She added: "In lieu of flowers or gifts to honour Cameron, we're asking you to make a donation to actually bring a part of Cameron, the amazing, handsome, silly guy that I loved with my whole heart back to life!"



Stephanie’s campaign received an overwhelming response, with funds reaching over $15,000 this week.


An emotional Stephanie expressed her gratitude to her followers, writing: “I will never be able to say it enough — thank you for your support. It is everything."



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