A GoFundMe account set up for the parents of a toddler who was killed in Occidental when a redwood fell onto his family’s home during this week’s storms has raised over $190,000 as of late Friday from over 2,800 people pouring in support.

Aeon Tocchini, 2, was killed Wednesday evening when the tree fell onto his home and crushed him as he sat on a couch, Sgt. Juan Valencia of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said.

The double-wide mobile home was in the woodsy 2800 block of Joy Road, which was heavily impacted by the atmospheric river that has pummeled the greater Bay Area this week, with “trees falling left and right,” Valencia said.

The GoFundMe had more than $194,000 as of Friday evening, including one anonymous gift of $5,000.

“You never imagine tragedy hitting your own family, until one day, it does,” reads the introduction to the page, written by Aeon’s aunt, Liz Haskins. “Our family is shocked and rocked to the core.”

Haskins said that Aeon was affectionately referred to as “Goldie” by his family due to his blond hair but also because he “shined like the sun.”

Haskins says money donated to the GoFundMe will go toward funeral expenses but also to help “rebuild” the family, who now need a new home and vehicle. She said a total of three redwoods fell on the mobile home and the father’s truck that night.