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Last Sunday, the 24th of July, started out as any normal day.
I decided I would go grocery shopping early, before the heat hit. My husband was doing things around the house and getting ready to go to work at his shop.
As I was pulling into our driveway I got a phone call from my husband. “I was on my way to get a sub and discovered that Collin rolled his car on 18. He’s fine.”
I immediately backed out of the driveway and headed down our road. Less than two miles from home, Collin had fallen asleep while driving and rolled his car three times into a corn field. As I got there the ambulance was loading him in... He had passed out twice after the ambulance arrived.
Dave had to stay with the car. I ran home and unloaded groceries as fast as I could. Put the refrigerated items away and left the rest on the floor.
When I got to the hospital Collin was awake and he didn’t have a scratch or bruise on him!
He had to have chest and pelvic x-rays and a CT scan of his head. So we waited...and waited.
After my husband got there, I learned that he had left the house shortly after Collin. He saw there was an accident and pulled over to see if anyone needed help, only to learn that his son was standing there and he had rolled his car.
After 7 hours in the emergency room the Dr. came in to give us the test results. Collin has a tumor on his thyroid and a density in his lung.
If he hadn’t had an accident and had these tests done we would never have known these results!
We have an appointment this morning to follow up on these findings...


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