Terri D. Hollar/Severe Injuries

March 30, 2019      Update on Terri

Its been one year since Terrie’s accident. I am sorry that I have not kept everyone updated; but last year was a rough year for me also. I was dealing with some health issues myself ....

Terri is still in need of donations and medical assistance for her injuries.  And help with living expenses.  

One of Terrie’s  injured legs is not healing the way it should and stays infected. She will be going into surgery for a hip replacement on the same side as the infected leg. 

Needing prayers that  she does not loose her leg and she will have a successful surgery. 

Please keep your donations coming to help anyway you can. It will be appreciated.


Terri  D. Hollar; age 41 of Hickory, NC my niece was involved in a severe accident on her moped. She hit head on with a truck and had to be air lifted to Carolina Medical Center.  WSOC TV 9 covered the news of this accident. 

She is non-responsive with extensive head and body injuries.  She had to go in for emergency surgery....
Terrie’s spleen had to be removed as well as one of her kidneys.  She also suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries, severe leg and bodily injuries.  Terri will have to be in the hospital for sometime. 

I am am raising money for her medical, hospital and living expenses.  She recently acquired a new job and has no hospital insurance.  

Any donation would be greatly appreciated. And Also your prayers!

 Thank you, Donna E. Hollar


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Donna E. Hollar 
Claremont, NC
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