Campaign for Cam

A family vacation for the Kilpatrick family suddenly took a sad turn.
Shortly after 8am on Tuesday, August 22nd, Cameron Kilpatrick was hit while riding his bicycle over the Phillips Inlet Bridge heading into Bay County. The suspect fled from the scene.
Cameron was left with bones in his right leg broken. A deep cut that tore muscle in his shoulder and a large amount of road burn.
Cameron was immediately rushed to Bay Medical Center in Panama City, FL.
There he has undergone surgery, placing a titanium rod in his leg for the large bone, sewing up his upper arm due to exposed muscle tearing. He and his family are preparing for his release from the hospital as they plan to travel back home to North Carolina as soon as medically possible.
Cameron, Kina and their children have a very long road ahead of them.
His injuries will require months of healing and physical therapy.
Cameron is a self employed general contractor and will not be able to work for quite sometime. He is also the primary bread winner for his family and will rely on his wife for support and care.
Any donations to help with daily living expenses and medical costs will be greatly appreciated as The Kilpatrick family begins their healing journey. #campaignforcam

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Ryan Byrd 
Knoxville, TN