Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West have donated $25,000 to the GoFundMe page set up by photographer pal Marcus Hyde's family as he's fighting for his life.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians queen was devastated when Hyde was horribly injured in a car crash in October and she and West are doing all they can to help him.
As Radar reported, Hyde was in "critical condition" following his bad car crash. Hyde's Mercedes reportedly went over the side of a ravine in Malibu and he wound up with serious head injuries.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in Malibu told Radar at the time that the photographer and a female passenger were rushed to a local hospital. She was later released but he wasn't so lucky.
A source close to Kardashian, 38, had told Radar that Hyde was "clinging to life" after the accident.
Kardashian, who has worked with Hyde on photo shoots for years, and her sisters were "shaken up" by the news about a month ago.
"Everyone is very upset, and want to do whatever they can for him," the insider said.
And now, the reality TV star and her husband, 41, have donated money to help Hyde's family with the medical bills.
She has written on social media to Hyde, "Angels are surrounding you. I’m praying so hard for you. Please be ok. Please come back."
Hyde had photographed the famous family all over, including on their trip to Bali and at West's album release party in Wyoming.
His family's GoFundMe page read, "As many know, Marcus Hyde was in a serious car accident at the end of October, resulting in him being hospitalized with serious injuries. He is still currently being hospitalized and will be for quite some time. With that being said, he has a long road to recovery.
"If you have the means to donate any amount, no matter how small, know that it will be used to ensure Marcus has what he needs during his road to recovery. This will help Marcus and his family during this devastating time."
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