Nick Tullier Strong
If you don't know about Deputy Nick Tullier, let me tell you about him.
Nick is one of the most caring and outgoing people I have ever been able to call a friend. He would help anyone and I guess that is what called him to join the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office. Nick was one of the Deputies shot on July 17th, 2016, in the ambush on Police Officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He was shot 3 times, in the abdomen, shoulder and head.
Nick was not supposed to make it for 24 hours and here we are, 151 days later. Nick is improving every day but has a long way to go.
I'm setting up this account to help raise money for Nick's future medical costs. There was an account set up right after the shooting for his 2 children, but this account will specifically be for Nick's medical costs. No amount is too small and anything you donate is GREATLY appreciated! Thank you for all of the prayers and please keep them coming!!! We are all part of a miracle in progress!!
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Last week, Nick went back to the hospital after his oxygen levels turned up a little lower than normal. Then last Tuesday, Nick had a seizure, the first one since July 1st. Add to the mix coughing and Nick has been moved into the ICU now. His fever did go up to 104, but it returned to normal. Over the weekend however, the fever has been up and down. Nick has been on and off a ventilator, as needed. X-rays showed his lungs were starting to clear. That was Friday. Over the weekend though, they clouded back up. Today, Nick remains in ICU and not sure on how long he will be there. He’s continuing to have problems with his lungs due to recurring pneumonia. Doctors continue treatment but the family asks one things you all can do, say a prayer for Nick…please! Nick Tullier Strong
Still Going Strong
Nick Tullier Strong
Continues coughing up mucus and being suctioned. Therapists have put a pair of clear lens, non-prescription glasses on Nick. The left lens has tape covering it. It’s been determined that Nick was having double vision when opening his left eye, causing headaches. Nick can’t control left eye movement due to nerve damage from the gunshot to his head. The bullet fragmented and caused damage in numerous places. We were originally told by doctors in Baton Rouge that Nick’s optic nerve was “blown”, but we know he can see, just can’t control movement.
Small sore has returned. Backside of the right heel. Very thin skin still at this location. Watching this area closely.
In closing, Power of Prayer:
Please continue to Pray for ALL Members of the Blue Family including Nick; All Warriors of God. Continue to Pray for Our Military and All First Responders wherever they may be. Pray ALL return home safely to their families when their shift or tour is over.
All Aboard the Miracle Express, Nick’s Prayer Train. Tickets available to anyone wanting to ride, Free For A Prayer. If You are Praying for Nick, You automatically are a Passenger. Prayer Warriors Everywhere Helped Produce A Miracle. WATCH AS NICK’S MIRACLE CONTINUES…
He is truly a miracle in progress!
Please keep praying for Nick!
This shouldn't ever be an issue . He was doing his job to make sure that the rest of us are safe. The state needs to stand up and take damn good care of him. He needs all of us now. And may God bless all of you for standing behind him. You are all angels in my eyes. Do not let them move him into somewhere that will be mean to him. He should have a home and anything he needs for the rest of his life. Love you all.
Good evening! I was forwarded the Kiran Chawla WAFB's post from facebook from a relative who lives in Baton Rouge. I am a Realtor in Houston and if the family needs any assistance in finding a home/land, etc. here, please give them my contact information. I would love to help! homessoldbytrina.com
Please get your local senetor involved in this insurance mess! or contact the local newspaper to write an article about hoe the US treats our Police/Sheriff who put others before their own lives, just as with this story....SMDH!!! I am going to share his store on my wall in hopes that people will donate. I have had 3 brain surgeries and a stroke in past 3 years, God is good and real and I will pray hard for all of you!! God Bless you all!! Becky Hampshire Pittsburgh, PA
Please get your local senator involved in this insurance mess! or contact the local newspaper to write an article about hoe the US treats our Police/Sheriff who put others before their own lives, just as with this story....SMDH!!! I am going to share his store on my wall in hopes that people will donate. I have had 3 brain surgeries and a stroke in past 3 years, God is good and real and I will pray hard for all of you!! God Bless you all!! Becky Hampshire Pittsburgh, PA
Yep, sounds about right. Crim the moment you are admitted, they start planning your discharge. If you can go home and have Home Health, then you are basically kicked out. Evidently from your case, it doesn't seem to matter whether or not you have a home to go. I want to tell you this tho': Just pray three words,: GOD HELP ME. I am a witness for Him in that He will answer that prayer. I lost my husband Sunday morning at 731 am. My world forever changed. I was a mess. On Tues morning 245 am, God covered me and gave me His Spirit in a way never before. I believe He will answer your prayers if you just pray those three words. Light and Peace to all of you.
I can't believe stupid insurance companies. Nicks progress has been so inspiring and truly miraculous, but it's easy to see he has a long road ahead of him, yet it's a journey he and his loved ones will make amazing and successful so NO ONE should give up on him, especially his insurance company. Please keep us informed on that situation. Is that why he left TIRR ?(sorry, I know those aren't the right initials for the first rehab facility but I can't remember it to help me)
Praying for this precious soul and family! God hears every prayer!
The state should step up and take care of him.......for life if necessary. How do I give to the fund for him?
May God Bless you sir,I am praying for a speedy recovery and thank you for your service.”Blessed are the peacemakers”