Boo Driskill-Motorcycle Accident



As some of you may already know, on May 24, 2014, Boo Driskill was involved in a bad motorcycle accident. While headed to a Richmond Raiders game, a car ran a red light and struck him and the driver fled the scene. He was transported via ambulance to The VCU Medical C
enter where he suffered a severe broken ankle, which will require surgery. He is still in the hospital and continues to get treatment for the wounds he has sustained. I am attempting to raise funds to combat the growing medical bills, future physical therapy sessions, and to keep him comfortable until he can return to work.  
It would be greatly appreciated if you could make a contribution to this cause, no matter how small your donation, every little bit helps. Thank you!

We will continue to keep everyone updated on Boo's condition and thank everyone for their support. We can't thank you enough.

Boo is at the VCU Medical Center, room 248.
**UPDATE** May 25, 2014





Boo's ankle before being popped back into place. After talking to the doctors today we have found out that it is broken in three different places and he has a popped ligament. They are hoping to do his surgery on Thursday.


This is his temporary cast until surgery. They had to loosen it up and rip open some of the padding because his swelling had made him so uncomfortable.


Still rooting for the Richmond Raiders since he had to miss the game!



This is what we have to say to people who hit someone on a motorcycle and run away.








The bike was basically embedded into the car. They had to get a good yank to get it off. 







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Organizer

Lacey Leong Wilson 
Organizer
Oak Harbor, WA
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