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Fadel Huggi's Road to Recovery

$21,637 of $20,000 goal

Raised by 240 people in 7 months
Created June 16, 2018
Huggi Family
Assalamu Alaikum, Dear Brothers, Sisters and Friends.

 Fadel was in a motorcycle accident that has left him in critical condition at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Alhamdulillah (Praise be to God) they were able to stabilize him. He is still on life support. He sustained injuries all over his body including broken femur, pelvis, cheek, jaw, deep lacerations on his head, arm and abrasions all over his body. The main concern is that he had some bleeding in his brain which they have to monitor closely. Alhamdulillah they were able to operate on his femur and pelvis and it went well. We are hopeful that within time he will regain his health in shaa Allah (God willing). 

We are raising money to cover expenses not covered by Fadel's healthcare or insurance. The money raised here will be used for basic living expenses and any other unforeseen  medical expenses. It is clear that he won't be able to work and provide for himself for a while as he will be concentrating on his recovery. We are not certain of the total costs and are being advised that it will be more than our goal.   We will be meeting with a social worker in the next week to see what kind of Healthcare coverage he qualifies for as an American citizen living in Canada.  

As you know, Fadel is a loving and caring son, brother, uncle and friend. He has a big heart filled with love and care to all the people around him. In addition to that, he is very passionate about his religion, volunteer work and helping the people in his community . His volunteering includes refugee and local homeless projects. 

Fadel is the youngest son and sibling of his family. Please help us provide comfort for him as we all pray for his speedy recovery.  Currently his mother, sister and one of his brothers are at his bedside. His other brothers are traveling to him from the United States. 

If you are unable to provide yourself please pass on this message and your Du'a (prayers) is greatly appreciated.

Thank you all for your du'as it really does help. We will continue to update you on his health along the way.
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Update 5
Posted by Adam Huggi
7 months ago
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Salam,
Heres the latest on Fadels condition. By the grace and mercy of Allah. He is healing and recovering well. Most of his surgeries have been successfully completed and just has a couple more to go. His mental state is improving every day Alhamdulillah. The hospital has cleared him to have visitors now and ask that we are mindful of the other patients in his room. We managed to sit him up in a wheel chair and get some fresh air in the hospital garden. Please get in touch with me if you would like to visit as he is often asleep throughout the day.
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Update 4
Posted by Adam Huggi
7 months ago
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Salam friends and family,
Alhamdulillah Fadel is physically recovering well but mentally he still has a lot of recovering to go due to his brain injury. He has been transferred to a neuro/trauma unit where they can further assist him with his healing process. In order to do so the nurses have requested that we keep visitation extremely limited so that he doesn't get over stimulated during the day. If you have any questions or would like to pass on a message please get in touch with me.

Jazakum Allahu Khairan for your dua and support.

-Adam
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Update 3
Posted by Adam Huggi
7 months ago
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Salam, Alhamdulillah by the grace and mercy of Allah Fadel is doing much better. He is now more alert to what is going on around him. He can speak and has asked me to thank you all for everything that you've done. His doctors have informed me that he's not out of the woods yet. They still need to monitor his brain injury very closely and has a few surgeries to go. Today inshaAllah he will be going in for surgery repair his broken jaw and cheek. We ask that you keep him in your prayers, that's what's helping more than anything right now.

He is still in the ICU which means that visiting is extremely limited. Hopefully he will be discharged from the ICU in the next couple if days.

Jazakum Allahu khairan.
(May God reward you with what's best. )
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Update 2
Posted by Adam Huggi
7 months ago
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Salam,
Here's another update on Fadels condition. We got great news this morning from his doctors. They cleared him to be off of life support. He is breathing on his own now but they need to keep him heavily sedated in order to manage his pain and to reduce the swelling from his brain injury. Inshallah(God willing) he will be able to moved out of the intensive care unit in the next couple of days and he can start having visitors.

Any of the extra funds raised will be donated to a good cause. Thank you all for all of your prayers and support.
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Raised by 240 people in 7 months
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Huggi Family
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