From Deirdre Tumm

Ethan Wright is an amazing young man who was in an auto accident Sunday March 8th. Ethan is in stable condition in Mayo Hospital (Rochester MN). His injuries were extensive. Our goal is $3,000 in support of Ethan.

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We would like to introduce you to an amazingly courageous young man who is fighting a battle that no 14 year old should.  Ethan is a caring and compassionate teenager.  He is an amazing son and older brother; an overall outstanding kid.  He is a passionate athlete playing football, basketball, and his favorite sport baseball.  On Sunday March 8th Ethan and his father Terry were in an auto accident where they hit a deer coming home from baseball practice. The deer entered the windshield and exited the back of the car crushing Ethan in its path.  Ethan was airlifted to a local hospital from the scene and later airlifted again to Mayo Hospital Rochester MN.  The extent of Ethan's injuries were numerous.  The most important part of this ordeal is that Ethan is alive, stable, and we are learning that his road to healing/recovery, while long, continues to be met with a positive outlook.  Ethan is a fighter.  Ethan and his family have been blessed with amazing kindness from their community.  We are establishing a benefit account for Ethan allowing friends, family, and supporters to donate funds in support of a future family "experience" that we are excited to offer Ethan.  Our goal is to raise $3,000 for this opportunity.  Ethan is and always has been the biggest baseball fan.  He is an outstanding baseball player himself with dreams of one day playing for the Vanderbilt Commodores.  Our goal for Ethan and his family is to present them with an all-expense paid trip to the June 2020 (REVISED - NOW JUNE 2021 CWS) College World Series in Omaha NE.  Please join us in sharing your support for Ethan and his family as they move forward in Ethan's recovery efforts over the next number of months.  Thank you!

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