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Marah and Kalley’s Story

On Tuesday August 28, 2012 Marah and her sister Kalley were in a head on collision on highway 5. Both cars going around 55mph. BOTH MARAH AND KALLEY ARE ALIVE AND STABLE. They're vitals are both extremely good and both were very responsive after the impact, a great sign.
Marah: broken left femur, broken right fib and tibula on her right leg (open wound). Broken right wrist, bone was out of skin. Unbelievably, the two wrist bones sticking out of her wrist just missed her nerves so she shouldn't lose any movement in her writing hand! She has NO injuries to her body/midsection or head. She is still one of the most beautiful girls in the world, don't worry. Doctors say it will be around an 8 week recovery that will be extremely hard, especially knowing how active she is.
Kalley: both collar bones broken, left femur fracture, a few broken ribs, and one bruised lung. Kalley also had no injuries to her head, minus maybe a small concussion. Kalley was awake and couldn't stop asking about Marah. She is expected to have around a 2 week recovery period, but with her strength who know if it will take that long.Kalley is amazing, and yes of course still beautiful too.

Please please please keep Marah and Kalley in your prayers and if you find time, write her a note! They are going to need everyone's support. God was with two of the nicest girls in the world that night and kept them alive.

It has been a very emotional 12 hours for Kevin robin myself and their family. we are all doing well.

Thank you for your prayers, and god bless.

Latest Journal Update


Sunday October, 28 there will be a benefit for Marah and Kalley and The Water Street Inn!
Silent Auction, Raffle, Food, Beverages, And Music!
Please feel free to join us from 4-8 PM

Donations can be made for auction by contacting Joan Knowlan at 651-324-6275 or Heather Lundgren at 651-308-8184.
Cash donations can be made and any Bremer Bank in the Sobczak Benefit Account.

Thank you and hope to see you all there!