Family of Injured Lubbock First Responder Asking for Community’s Help
The family of a Lubbock First Responder that was injured in a car accident back on Friday, December 2nd is asking for the community's help.
KAMC News reports that Spencer Henry, an AeroCare flight paramedic, is recovering from a traumatic brain injury on top of a spinal cord injury. Spencer's co-worker, Chase Harrison, said:
Spencer and his family are gonna need all the help they can get. Albeit, financially; the prayers that have been coming in. If people feel compelled to help, they’re gonna need all the help they can get.
I think a lot of people would probably say that if they were taken care of by Spencer, they would remember it, just for his caring attitude. When we’re flying in a helicopter, we get put in tough situations. He excels in those situations and he’s always taking care of his patients first.
Michelle Henry, Spencer's wife, told KAMC:
Our family is so grateful and appreciative for the continued support from our community, friends, and family. Thank you for loving us and being there for us in this time of need. We are so grateful for the excellent care Spencer has continued to receive at UMC. Spencer has a long road to recovery. He has helped so many people not only in his career, business and personal life that it is so rewarding to see that being reciprocated. Thank you all. The Henry’s.
AreoCare will be setting up several fundraisers soon to help out Spencer's family, but for the time being, you can donate directly to Michelle through her Venmo account.
Michelle's account is @Michelle-Henry-85, or you can scan the QR code below: