The day of the Eclipse Glenn was out on the lot at Mercedes-Benz of Huntsville where he has worked for many years as my assistant, picking up cars for service and delivering cars out of town that I sold. While Watching the Eclipse, one of our Porters ran completely over him with a golf cart. Witnesses to the accident had to lift the golf cart off of Glenn who witnesses said was in shock by this time. 911 was called and HEMSI arrived but he was loaded in a company vehicle and driven to Huntsville Hospital.It was determined his lower leg was fractured in two places and his thigh bone was shattered and his knee mangled. Cincinatti had surgery that evening to stabilize his leg and knee and another surgery about a week later to repair all the damage. After about a week in the hospital he was released and is now home doing rehab. Glenn faces a long and painful recovery. Even tho witnesses verified that the brakes failed on the golf cart, Glenn will not be paid while he is recovering and will not have a job when he does. Work men's Comp is in doubt because he tested positive for a substance. Glenn has worked for this company for 11 years and never had an accident. He will have medical and personal expenses without any means to cover and any help you can offer will be appreciated.