William’s Story

Site created on April 1, 2019

Early on Sunday morning, March 31st, Will was involved in a car accident. As a result he sustained severe and life-threatening injuries. Surgeons were able to repair internal injuries to his liver and spleen. In order to deal with his head injury, a section of his skull was removed to reduce pressure on the brain. His brain trauma is serious, and his recovery will take time.

We are using this page to keep family and friends updated in one place. We appreciate your support and words of hope and encouragement and will share these with Will in time.

Newest Update

Journal entry by Amanda Fraser-Gray

We were back to Shepherd again on Friday. Great feedback from his testing. With some adjustments he should manage college just fine. Glad we got to see most of the staff who cared for Will. The soccer team have been busy training and Will has been joining in with quite a lot of it. He has protective head gear!! We went to church today with the Borchers family and Will, Jez and Channing all cane too. So much to thank God for! Naturally, we had to have lunch at North Georgia BBQ at Helen. Yum! Xx
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