Justin Wright hospital and therapy

On February 1st, Justin Wright was involved in a terrible accident with a table saw that amputated his thumb and ring finger on his left hand, only leaving them attached by skin. Wright was rushed to KU Medical Center and spent 6 hours in surgery, waking up to find out everything had been re-attached, luckily. He only lost part of his pinky. He will probably not be able to tour or play music for awhile. We’re hoping with therapy, a fast recovery will get him back at his instruments.

Justin did not have insurance through his jobs. He is a hard worker, sometimes balancing up to 3 jobs at once. He has given a lot to the local music scene and touched people around the world with the music he creates. We all know how hard it is to be a struggling musician and with the temporary loss of his hand, the recovery will take some time until he is able to start work again.

This gofundme has been created to cover the expensive hospital and ongoing therapy costs and ease Justin's recovery process while he is out of work.  

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Organizer and beneficiary

Grant Corum 
Kansas City, MO
Justin Wright