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Brice Caffey Brice Caffey's Recovery

First post: 7/28/2016 Latest post: 12/5/2016
Hello Everyone, For those of you that don't know, Brice Caffey was involved in a serious boating accident on July 27, 2016. He suffered serious trauma to his right leg and several rope burns around his torso and neck. After being transported to Sanford Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota, Brice underwent extensive surgery to repair the artery in his right leg. Though he is considered to be in stable condition, he is very lucky to have escaped this accident with his life and his leg. Now, the reason that I am creating this page is to provide people with a way to show their support and their love for Brice and the Caffey family as they will now go through a very extensive recovery and rehabilitation process in the upcoming months. In all honesty, this page is not about the money, but rather about the prayers and the support. Brice will be going through several reconstructive plastic surgeries on his leg in an effort to rebuild the muscle in his thigh. Those of you that happen to know Brice personally, know that he cares about three things more than anything else: God,Family, and Hockey. That being said, please help support him in his recovery and help get him back at home with his family and eventually, back on the ice!Lastly, I want to thank the Lebahn family for their quick reactions as they are largely responsible for saving Brice’s life after the accident. I know that this experience has been very traumatic for them and for the Caffey’s so please continue to lift both families up in prayer. Also a huge thank you to the Emergency First Responders and all of the help from theTrauma Team at Sanford Hospital, you guys are real heroes!  Thank you to everyone for your support, I know Brice will be elated to see all of the support and love that will be generated from this page.  Please keep visiting this page for more updates and details about his recovery!God Bless!If you are interested in donating to the Caffey family to help counter some of the costs associated with his injuries, Please visit his Go Fund Me page at this link: https://www.gofundme.com/2gugkkjh

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