Thomas Nghe's Recovery/Family help

Thomas Nghe is the youngest of five siblings. He has 4 older brothers and one older sister. He was recently in a severe car accident.  We were informed on the 22nd of March that our brother was in a heavy accident on the I-40 Freeway near the New Mexico border. It took the family a few moments to fully believe the horrible news that he was rear-ended by a semi-trailer truck going at the speed of 80mph. As soon as we found out what happen to Thomas we immediately purchased plane tickets to the hospital he was admitted to; Northwest Texas Healthcare System in Amarillo, Texas. Staff employees at the hospital told us he had to be air-lifted to their ICU to receive immediate medical  care.        

Thomas  is an active duty Marine with Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28, MACG-28, 2D MAW. He was heading home to visit us until this happened. He was about a quarter away from home (Fresno).

We are raising money to help with our parents' expenses and for Thomas' recovery needs. Our parents do not know we are doing this. The marines will cover all his medical and some of the traveling, but not everything. Right now, we do not know when he will be able to be transfer back to Fresno from Texas. And expenses are adding up as a family of 5 stays over here in Texas with him. For example, hotel, food, rental car, gas, and airline tickets for 5.  So any donation will help us greatly. It will mean so much to our family. 

And whatever money we have left, we will use it toward Thomas's recovery once he wakes up. We can start planning for his rehab, placement, or put it into his saving for any extra need he may have in the future. We are very thankful for any donations, small or large. Thank you in advance from the Nghe family.
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Organizer and beneficiary

Hailyn Nghe 
Fresno, CA
Hailyn Nishinaka