Maryann Murray Levine's Recovery Expenses

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On Wednesday January 30, 2019, Maryann Murray Levine and her husband Gregory Scott Levine were involved in a tragic car accident. 

Greg sustained significant back injuries which exacerbated a prior back injury and surgery.  Maryann is in the Intensive Care Unit having sustained life altering injuries.  She suffered a collapsed lung, multiple broken ribs, spinal fractures and sadly Maryann suffered a devastating traumatic injury and had to undergo a bilateral amputation of both legs.

Maryann and Greg are the amazing parents of two beautiful children, Sarah and Michael. Greg has been a dedicated husband and father to his wife and children. Greg works tirelessly, always with a smile on his face and genuine care for his customers.

Maryann has been an active member of the Stafford Township Community. From her fondest memories of her volunteering within the school district to fighting for her children's and other students educational rights, while going back to college to earn her own degree.

Maryann will have to undergo numerous future surgeries, significant hospital care, rehabilitation, medical treatments, physical therapies and prosthetic legs. Maryann and Greg will also require a handicap accessible home and transportation.

Prior to the accident, Maryann and Greg were suffering devastating financial hardships. They were struggling to not lose their families home and keep food on the table.

We are asking family and friends to donate whatever you can to help this family in crisis. We greatly appreciate and are so very thankful for all donations.

The Levine family asks that while Maryann, Greg and the family heal, there be no visitors at this time.

Anyone wishing information please feel free to contact:
Laurie Trovato
levinefamily@gmail.com

Update:
Today February 1, 2019, we were informed that Maryanns state medical insurance will not cover her medical bills due to this being  motor vehicle accident and the fact that they were being denied future coverage.  We are asking that our family and friends please donate what you can and to share this campaign with all your family and friends. Thank you so much for all you prayers and wishes, we appreciate it greatly.

Update:
The accident took place on Wednesday January 30, 2019, at approximately 10:00 am, on the Garden State Parkway Northbound mile marker 84. Maryann and Gregs  vehicle were cut off by a black SUV. There is an ongoing investigation. It is possible the driver of the SUV is unaware of the accident. If anyone has any information, please contact our email, levinefamily@gmail.com.

Update February 9, 2019
Yesterday, February 8, 2019, the Levine Family received the first of the many bills due to the accident. They received the Medical Air Transport bill which is $43,000.  Maryann was scheduled for her fourth surgery yesterday but, was postponed until Monday. The great news is that Maryann was extubated yesterday and is breathing on her own.  Maryann is alert and aware of her condition.  The Levine family requests their be no visitors and that friends and family respects their privacy during Maryanns recovery at this time.

Update February 10, 2019
Due to misinformation from the hospital and insurance company, we are currently working with the State to determine their coverage for medical bills as well as to reinstate coverage at this time. At this time, coverage is slated to end at the end of February. The family is still is dire need of support, as there are many other current and future critical expenses.

Update February 11, 2019
Maryann had her 4th surgery today, skin grafts from both thighs which were used to cover the open wounds on the amputations.
  

Update February 12, 2019
This is from Maryann:
I am beyond grateful and overwhelmed at the outpouring of love, prayers and donations. I have a very long road ahead, more surgeries and rehabilitation, and all your support means the world to me. I also want to thank my two incredible kids, Sarah and Michael, and Laurie who is somehow here everyday. Without them I don't think I would be able to continue to see the light. Love, Maryann
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Update February 16, 2016
Maryann is scheduled for her 5th surgery on Tuesday February 19. She is in a lot of pain. Both of Maryann's thighs were used for extensive skin grafts and are causing her a great deal of pain. Her rib and spine fractures are still healing and cause her a lot of pain and discomfort. She still has a long road ahead of her. The family thanks you for all your donations and support, and your continued respect for their privacy and that there be no visitors at this time.
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Update February 16, 2016
Maryann is scheduled for her 5th surgery on Tuesday February 19. She is in a lot of pain. Both of Maryann's thighs were used for extensive skin grafts and are causing her a great deal of pain. Her rib and spine fractures are still healing and cause her a lot of pain and discomfort. She still has a long road ahead of her. The family thanks you for all your donations and support, and your continued respect for their privacy
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