Claim: Prayers are requested for Harly Andrews, a 5-year-old girl hit by a car.
Example:[Collected via e-mail, August 2011]
Comment: ATTENTION ALL MY FRIENDS. TODAY I NEED YOU. I NEED TO SEE THIS MESSAGE ON YOUR WALLS!!! URGENT!!! I ASK FOR A PRAYER FOR HARLY. A ANDREWS (5 YEARS OLD), SHE GOT HIT BY A CAR IN INTENSIVE CARE. PLEASE POST THIS ON YOUR WALL FOR AT LEAST AN HOUR; I WOULD DO IT FOR YOUR BABY GIRL . LET'S GO FOR A MIRACLE!!! IT'S A PRAYER YOU MAY LOSE OUT ON. I'm always up for praying for a child in need, hope you feel the same way
Repost for a friend WITH A 5 YEAR OLD IN NEED
Origins: This message about a 5-year-old girl named Harly Andrews supposedly hit by a car is yet another prayer request with a lack of checkable details (e.g., contact information, date of injury, residence location, name of hospital where treatment was sought, mention of press accounts) beyond a fairly common given name and surname that make it nearly impossible to verify as real without additional information.
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