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Old 11-11-2017, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default A Bad Car Accident

My husband was in a bad car accident the first week of October. A lady ran through a red light hitting our 84 Cutlass. It totaled the car and about totaled my husband. His hip was broken in two places, it dislocated his pelvis, broke three ribs and lacerated his spleen. He was taken to a trauma center 50 miles from our home and stayed there a week and then was sent to a rehabilitation center for three weeks. I stayed with him at both places and I'm so glad that he's home now. He has to keep weight off his broken hip but he can use a walker and kind of drag his left leg along. He has to take blood thinner shots to prevent clots from forming plus another couple of medications. He won't get to go back to work until the end of January. Keep us in your thoughts and prayers.

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My husband was in a bad car accident the first week of October. A lady ran through a red light hitting our 84 Cutlass. It totaled the car and about totaled my husband. His hip was broken in two places, it dislocated his pelvis, broke three ribs and lacerated his spleen. He was taken to a trauma center 50 miles from our home and stayed there a week and then was sent to a rehabilitation center for three weeks. I stayed with him at both places and I'm so glad that he's home now. He has to keep weight off his broken hip but he can use a walker and kind of drag his left leg along. He has to take blood thinner shots to prevent clots from forming plus another couple of medications. He won't get to go back to work until the end of January. Keep us in your thoughts and prayers.

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^ Thanks Tara, it's been a rough time for our family.
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I'm praying for you as well, May God be with you.
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Wow, that's awful. I'm sorry to hear that your husband was hurt and your car was totaled. It's good that your husband is home again. I hope he continues to get better.His injuries sound so painful.
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^ Thanks Tara, it's been a rough time for our family.

You are very welcome.

I hope your husband has a speedy recovery and the rough times are soon replaced with happier days.

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That's terrible - at least he's going to be alright, that's the most important thing.

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Is your husband OK now?
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AB, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Glad he's going to be ok. That's the most important thing.
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I am so sorry Ann. I'll keep your family in my prayers. I'm so glad your husband is going to be alright.
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Hope for quick recovery for your husband. And good to hear he's home.
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How frightening! Sending prayers and hugs to you and your husband, AB. Hoping he is able to recover quickly.

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That's terrible! I'm so sorry that happened.

At least he can rest at home now. I'm sure he will recover soon.

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So very sorry to hear of your husband's accident. My prayers are with you both . . . and for a complete recovery for your husband!


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