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The good Samaritan

$6,670 of $100,000 goal

Raised by 50 people in 7 months
On Thursday Nov. 2, 2017 my older brother John was on his wuay to work on route 40 near Maylanding New Jersey. While driving he noticed a woman being beat by a man. Without a thought my brother pulled and jumped out of his car to try and stop the altercation. In the course of trying to help this young woman he was struck by the assalent falling down and is now critically injured. We do not know if he will survive yet or not. We are at least expecting a long recovery. My brother acted like a hero and gentleman. Seeing a woman in distress he acted like any grown man should. Knowing my brother he was just going to try and talk to this guy, try to explain to him that he should not be hitting a woman and try to calm the guy down. Now I'm looking at my mother sitting in the hospital waiting worrying wether or not she is ever going to talk to her first born son again. Any help you can give would be most appreciated.
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I remember the first time I came home from the navy. My mom came to meet me at philadelphia international airport. My bother John did not come. He was at our house. My mom had moved while I was gone. They were living at 14th and heaven in ocean city nj. Right next to the railroad tracks. The house had a porch about 4 feet off the pavement and a three foot railing. I remember I was across the street from the house, when suddenly my brother John burst threw the front door hurdle the railing lands perfectly and runs up straight towards me. He stops five feet from me. For the first time in my life that I truly knew how much he loved me. When I looked in his eyes I saw the tears streaming down his cheeks. Then we embraced.
Later on that week we went out to a restaurant that he worked at. It was my birthday. I think he must have introduced me to at least 100 people. Every time it was hi this is my brother chris he's home from the navy.
It was that night at one point my brother turned and looked at me very seriously and said. Chris I am so proud of you. He told me i was like a hero to him.
I must decline sir and tip my hat to you sir. You will always be my hero .
I will live you forever, my heart is broken into a million pieces. The one piece of my heart I will always hold on to tightly is the piece of my heart that you live and breath.

I love you john
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My brother is fighting for his life
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My brother John is still unconscious. He did up his eyes today a few times. Yesterday he was able to grasp all of our hands quite firmly. The next 48 hours will tell a lot. He is still in very,very critical condition. My mother and sisters are at his bed side now. We do appreciate your prayers and all the people who have reached. However more then prayers We need your donations. Please even dollar or 5 dollar donation means a lot. We know times are tough for everybody no donation will be looked down on. Thank you again for anything that you feel you can give
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