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Darla Kwilecki- Let’s walk again

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Raised by 205 people in 4 months
On Decemeber 12th around midnight my sister Darla Kwilecki was driving in the the mountains of Tehachapi California. It was such severe fog that she didn’t see the road curve and continued to go straight off the road and rolled several times down an embankment. Thankfully someone saw her and was able to call 911. When emergency response arrived they used the jaws of life to get her mangled body out from her SUV. She was airlifted to Antelope Valley Hopistal, where she went into emergency surgery! My sisters legs and left arm are shattered, she will undergo several surgeries to reconstruct her legs and arm. Her spine is fracture but thankfully she isn’t paralyzed. I am asking for assistance from my friends families and strangers to assist my sister in her recovery, especially since she did not have health insurance! It’s crazy that just a little over 14 years ago we went through the same ordeal with  our brother  in a severe accident and being air lifted with traumatic brain injuries!!!!
Thank you for your time and please be safe this holiday season! God bless
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Happy February!
Wanted to update everyone on Darla and her current condition! It has been exactly two months since her accident!
She made it to Florida last month where she will spend the next year recovering! Due to the nature of her injuries she will be bound to a wheel chair for quite some time. She has seen several doctors for her legs and arm but ended up needing a specialist who specializes in leg trauma. The first initial doctors left her right leg in terrible condition, allowing the weight barring bone missing a piece, and unfortuantly the rod will not support her weight. Next week on the 19th The doctors will perform one of two surgeries to fix her leg. Theysaid they will need a cadaver bone in The one inch gap he left out. This in addition her Fibia bone broke in half and they will correct that. They will take out all the bolts, screw, rods out and start over. They will be doing a skin graph using her upper thigh to help with the lower skin that never healed properly. Her knee will be replaced due to the crap job he did and he doctor saying she would need up with such bad arthritis in that knee.
Darla is a strong woman and looks forward to being 100% again. She gets stronger everyday even though she is in so much physical pain. She is thankful for all the support thus far that she has been given!
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So she was released from the hospital since all of the surgeries were “complete”
Unfortunately she went back to the ER this past Friday only to find out her leg is still broke it half? She is in a lot of pain, our parents are going to get her and bring her back so she can have additional surgery.
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Some of Darla’s post surgery pictures! This doesn’t do them justice
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As of last night Darla has had only two surgeries, they have left one of her legs bones out of the skin until today where they will try and start reconstruct it
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