Human Interest Girl, 7, Fighting for Her Life After Being Hit by a Falling Tree Limb in 'Freak Accident' Quinlynn Jones was on her way to a park when a branch fell about 30 feet from a tree and hit her in the head By Jason Hahn Jason Hahn Jason Hahn is a former Human Interest and Sports Reporter for PEOPLE. He started at PEOPLE's Los Angeles Bureau as a writer and reporter in 2017 and interviewed the likes of Kobe Bryant, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Brady. He has a B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University. He previously worked for Complex Magazine in New York City. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 28, 2022 07:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: GoFundMe A 7-year-old girl from Kansas remains in hospital after a branch fractured her skill when it fell 30 feet from a tree. Mom Jenna Jones said her daughter, Quinlynn, walked to a park with her two brothers on Saturday when strong winds knocked the branch from an elm tree, according to WIBW, The branch hit Quinlynn's head, fracturing her skull in two places, Jones said. The second-grader is now at Children's Mercy Hospital in Overland Park. A GoFundMe for the family has been created and has raised $10,000 as of Thursday afternoon. A description on the page said Quinlynn is in critical condition. Jones told WIBW that she doesn't blame anyone for what happened, and Ruth Ann Parks, an administrator on the family's Facebook group, Quinlynn's Climb, shared those sentiments Tuesday. "This was a true freak accident, that again, every minute detail had to be in alignment for it to occur," she said. Man Who Was 'Fighting for His Life' Credits Hospital Staffer with Helping Him Beat COVID-19 "If one millisecond would have been different, we would not be here," Parks wrote. "There is no blame, no anger, just acceptance that this is where we are now. We do not know, nor can we pretend to know, what the plans for Quin must be." The Quinlynn's Climb Facebook group has grown to more than 15,000 followers. A recent update to the page said Quinlynn might need surgery for the depression fracture on her skull, but loved ones were holding out for hope that if her swelling goes down, she would no longer need an operation. "There is a chance..... a small possibility that with enough rest, that the swelling can go down, and that surgery will not be required," Parks wrote. "We set our sights to a new endeavor. Perfect rest. No hurry or anxieties about when she will wake up." RELATED VIDEO: Dad Warns Parents After Son, 12, Dies from 'Blackout Challenge': 'Check Out' Your Kids' Phones "The last 4 days have felt like a month, and Jenna has lived a lifetime in these 4 days," she explained. "This mighty little lady has A POSSIBILITY, to not need surgery, and that would be a main [ingredient] to this Miracle.. So we hold onto that. She made it through what would have killed any adult instantly." College Volleyball Player with 'Aggressive Bacterial Infection' Fights for Her Life in ICU Jones told WIBW that doctors have told her they are optimistic about her recovery, though they do not know the amount of brain damage that may have occurred as a result of the accident.