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Around 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 19th, 2012 an apparent drunk driver crossed the center line of Woodland avenue and hit the car that Everett Bergren was in head-on. He was being driven to school by his grandmother. Expecting a snow storm, he had spent the night at his Grandmother's; he wanted to be there to shovel for her in the morning. His grandmother, Paula, died from her injuries soon after the accident. Everett is now in critical condition, with a very serious head injury. He's in a medically induced coma, the doctors hope that the swelling in his brain will go down over time. At this point, Everett is on full life support. As his family, we wish him all the hope in the world, and we'd welcome your thoughts and prayers as we wish for his full recovery.