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Hodson car crash expenses

$74,275raised of $240,000 goal
30%

Organizer: Katie Evans Beneficiary: Hodson family

This is to help pay the Hodson family's medical expenses. Christina and Joshua are in the ICU in critical condition. Jenny had emergency surgery and is hospitalized.

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Thank you all for your amazing, generous donations.  We've quickly exceeded both my initial and secondary goals, and I am so grateful for all who are willing to help this beautiful family.

That being said, we now have a little better idea of what the costs of this accident might add up to, so I'm upping the goal by quite a lot.  I do not want Jenny and Kent to have to worry about money as they try to heal and take care of their family.  Here is the basis I used to come up with the new estimate (though bear in mind that this is all my own guestimation, and nothing at all official):
2 emergency lifeflights (likely not covered by insurance) -- $20K each
2 lifeflights between hospitals -- $10K each
an air ambulance to transfer Joshua to a hospital near his home at some point -- $30K
airfare and other travel costs between New York and Texas until then -- $5K
their medical costs not covered by insurance (co-pays, deductibles, co-insurance, etc) -- $20K
in-home nursing care for Christina/Joshua for 6 months (since it will take Jenny a while to recover enough to be able to care for them) -- $25K
addition of wheelchair ramp, downstairs bedroom, and downstairs bathroom to their house (since Christina will likely be in a wheelchair for quite some time) -- $100K
This adds up to $240K.

I will continue to update their progress in the "updates" section of this website.

Here is the initial description of what happened:
On Sunday, July 14 Jenny Hodson, Tanya Evans (Jenny's mother) and Jenny's 7 children were in a rollover car accident in upstate New York.  Tanya died on the scene.  Jenny and her children were all taken to local hospitals, including two of the children being lifeflighted.  Jenny's elbow was shattered and doctors have performed initial emergency surgery.  She will have more surgeries.  Christina and Joshua are both on life support in the ICU.  Christina has woken up briefly.  Joshua has not woken up.  Three of their other children were also admitted to the hostpital for short stays.  Michael was discharged, and Andrew and Benjamin are being held overnight for observation.

During this time we don't want them to have to think about the enormous costs associated with lifeflights, surgeries and prolonged hospital stays.  This is not even taking into account the travel and other expenses associated with this happening 1700 miles from their home, or the cost of fixing or replacing their van.  Please help us take this one worry off their plate!

This fundraiser was set up by Katie Evans, sister-in-law of Jenny and Kent (married to Jenny's brother Jacob).  All donations, however, go directly into the Hodsons' paypal account.

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Updates

09/24/2013
by Katie Evans
This is a little overdue (sorry!), but the whole Hodson family is home at their house for the first time in 2.5 months!

Joshua was able to go home last Thursday!

Christina did a lot of hard work recovering from her surgeries last week, and she was able to go home on Friday!

Kent says:

"There is lots of healing that is still needed, and alot more work to be done, but we are turning this page over and starting on the next chapter.

Thank you for all of your love and prayers."
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09/16/2013
by Katie Evans

Thank you all for your prayers!  Here is today's wonderful update from Kent:

"It is not often I can say this, but it is good day to be Monday.

Joshua continues to improve in small ways each day.  He is doing so well that they are targeting this Thur to come home!!  His work is not done, and there will be therapy needed for some time, but he is quickly showing that he does not need the medical oversight now.

Christina:  All of her cultures from her leg have turned up negative!!  This means we can move forward with her surgery to put back the hardware in her leg and let the healing begin!  Today Christina got to play her flute in music therapy and was able to drive herself there - in her wheelchair.  Her next surgery is tomorrow (Tue) morning, and then as soon as she is able to manage her leg again she can go home.

There is a real possibility of the entire family being home together by the end of the week.  We thank you all for your prayers and petitions to the Lord for healing for our family.

Kent & Jenny"


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09/10/2013
by Katie Evans
Here's another update from Kent.  Please read to the end for a specific prayer request!

"Joshua:  continues to improve a little each day. Those that have not seen him in a week are amazed at how far he has come.  His latest accomplishment was beating his PT therapist in doing pushups, and thus he walked away with the pint of BlueBell Icecream.  His therapist also asked us to bring in his bike so they can start to work with him on riding again.   He also continues to earn more freedom in waking around his hospital room and now even onto the rest of the floor on his own.  He is also sleeping much better at night.

Christina:  is now at the next phase of her leg recovery, and we will need everyone's help with this.  After looking over the CAT scan from last week, the Dr. does not like how the leg is lining up and so he has scheduled surgery to get the knee and leg repaired.  This will have at least 2 parts.  First, surgery on Wed to clean up the wound from the past surgery and to make sure there is no infection anywhere in the leg.  It will take 3-4 days for the cultures to tell them if there is any infection.  If no infection, then early next week there will be a second surgery to line up the leg and let the healing begin.  If there is any infection, then they will have to treat the infection (both directly in the wound and with IV/pill antibiotics), and then wait ~6 weeks to make sure the infection is cleaned up before they can finish repairing the knee.

We would ask for your prayers to be with Christina that her leg is not infected and that her surgeries can go smoothly so she can move on with the healing process.  Kent, Jenny and JD will also need the peace and clarity that comes from prayer as we work with 2 kids in different hospitals and the rest of the family at home.  We know that there is a way prepared for all of us to make it thru the next trial.  Thank you to all for your love and help."
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09/09/2013
by Katie Evans
Sorry I haven't been as good about updating recently.  School started for my kids and I've been distracted from my computer (probably a good thing overall, but not great for website updates).  We went down to see the Hodsons over Labor Day weekend, and I'm excited to tell you my impressions, but first, here's an update from Kent from a couple of days ago.

"Christina has begun Physical Therapy on her foot and Occupational Therapy on her hands.  Jenny has also started OT for her hands.  Christina had her first meeting with her school teachers where we were able to set up her homebound schooling for the next few weeks.  Just to show us how well she is doing, she was able to sign the 26 letters of the alphabet with her left hand.  We have also begun to hear flute music in the house again!

Joshua continues to make great strides forward with his rehab.  Joshua passed his swallowing test, so he can now eat and drink anything he wants (already had 2 pizza parties).  With his ability to eat, they no longer needed him to have his feeding tube, so that has been removed.  And today, they took away his wheelchair (no tears watching it go away).  The focus now is to walk more and more, improve balance, and continue to get stronger.  

Jenny was able to touch her left thumb to left middle finger and left ring finger for the first time.

For the rest of the family, everyone is staying busy.  Caleb will get to lead the band tonight for their halftime marching show, Benjamin won the right hand arm wrestling tournament btw the Webelos and 11 year old scouts, Andrew is having fun in cubs, Michael got to check out 2 books from the school library and Rebecca is making all kinds of new friends.

Thank you all for your prayers and support."
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08/26/2013
by Katie Evans
Here's today's update from Kent:

"Today was a really good day for the Hodson Family.

Jenny and Christina were finally able to see the hand Dr. and he declared the bones healed in both of their hands.  Off came the braces.  Out came the 3 pins from Jenny's hand.

And, sadly, today is the beginning of lots of Occupational Therapy on said hands so we can get them working again.  It is going to take a lot of work for both of them to regain the range and mobility of those hands, but with our prayers and patience, we know that they will be able to.

Joshua continues to work hard - doing a lot of walking and stair climbing today.  Better yet, the trach was removed from his throat today and he was told that he did not need the shots they had been giving him daily.  Happy day.  Now, if we can just find the lost blanket and stuffed lizard he will almost sleep happy.  Please keep these items in your prayers for him.

The rest of the family started school today.  Everyone came home happy.

Thank you for all of your love, support and prayers.  We can see the progress daily."
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08/25/2013
by Katie Evans
This has been a busy, busy week for everyone.

Christina has been able to start walking around a little using her platform walker.  She was also able to take her first shower, have her friends over for a movie night (complete with treats and popcorn), and observe her marching band family demonstration.  

Joshua continues to improve day by day.  After passing his initial swallow test, he is now able to eat soft foods and drink thickened liquids.  He is able to sit up most of the day from 8am to 5pm in his wheelchair.  His mind is also quite active - he beat his dad in tank wars and is up 2 to 1 (and 1 draw) with his grandpa in chess.  He is also able to watch some of his favorite netflix shows, like Mythbusters and Avengers.  

The swelling in Jenny's hand is really starting to go down, with the help of some PT and continued time to help the healing process.  She is still quite tired by the end of each day.  

The rest of the kids are getting ready to start school on Monday.

Also, today they were able to bring the entire family to the hospital for a brief family home evening and, for the first time since June 29th, they were all together in one room again.  If you look to the right (on the website, in case you're reading these updates via e-mail) there's a section marked "Gallery" and I uploaded a picture of all 9 of them together again!

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08/19/2013
by Katie Evans
Christina was feeling good enough at the end of the day last Thursday to watch the end of Marching Band practice. At the end of practice, when they realized she was there, she suddenly found herself surrounded by the whole flute section and many others from the band being enthusiastically greeted. How's that for being welcomed into High School!?! At church yesterday, Christina was received with love and joy from the young women, and was able to attend all of church, and then later attend the opening seminary fireside with Caleb and Jenny. She felt good enough to invite a few friends over to play games for a bit tonight as well. And her smile is wonderful. This week she will meet most of her doctors here in Houston. Hopefully then we will know more about what is in store for her over the next few weeks.
Joshua is now mobile, and may never be the same. He was cleared to use his wheelchair, and there is no stopping him. He was in constant motion for the rest of the day between therapy sessions. If no one pushes him where he wants to go, he will use his own feet to get there. There is life beyond the bed for him now!! Joshua continues to make great strides. He is learning how to speak again, and while the first words like "dad", "mom", and "I go home now" are both wonderful and pull on the heart strings, these are really big steps he is taking. He really is just getting started at TIRR. They really just had Thursday and Friday to work with him full time with only a couple of sessions a day over the weekend. We are very much looking forward to what the next week will bring. Maybe even eating on his own?!?
Kent says "It was really good to be able to return to our home ward as a family for the first time in 6 weeks. While we miss Joshua being there with us, it felt really good to return to our church family. Thank you for your prayers!"

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08/15/2013
by Katie Evans
Here's an update from Kent today.  We're so happy that they've all made it back to Houston, and especially that Joshua is showing some good progress!

"Tuesday was our family travel day.  Most of the family came home via Southwest - it was a long flight for Christina, but she came thru just fine and was excited to be back home.  Our friends had really worked hard to have our house ready for us to return to, and it was certainly ready for us-  streamers, balloons, and welcome smiles from all.

Joshua and I were able to fly on a Cessna 340 Medical Air transport - just enough room for Joshua on a bed, an EMT, and a Pilot and co-pilot (me).  Good thing the pilot knew what he was doing!!  It was almost 9 hours of flying (2 fuel stops), and 11 hours from UpState Medical in Syracuse until we arrived at TIRR Memorial Herman, but it also felt good to be back in Houston again (even if it did hit 100 degrees just for us).  Joshua did really well with the flight.

Now that we are home, Christina is quickly getting her smile back as she is able to be in familiar ground with friends able to visit again.  Joshua is going thru the evaluation process at TIRR where he will have a dedicated OT, PT, Speech Therapist, NeroPsychologist, Music Therapist, Dr. and other staff to help him get back up and moving.  The speech Therapist was able to go thru a number of tests with Joshua that showed he really is able to understand most of what he sees (words, pictures, connecting dots on the computer, spelling) which is really exciting!  PT was able to help him sit up on the edge of the bed for a bit and he was able to support himself for a few minutes with his hands holding the edge of the bed.

We have new adventures in store for us as we begin to meet with the doctors in this area and figure out what we need to do next.  We will keep you up to date with our progress and challenges as we go.  Thank you so much for the prayers that have gotten us this far - we still need them as we meet the new challenges ahead."
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08/15/2013
by Katie Evans
Sorry I'm a little behind on updates -- I've been driving home with my kids this week.  Here's Kent's update from Sunday, and I'll post what he sent me today in a few minutes.

"Sat was the funeral for Tanya Evans.  It was a beautiful affair, with all of her children and their children present, her mother, her sisters and their families, and many loved ones from near and far. The stake center was filled with those that wanted to share this one last day with her.  Many tears were shed, but these were tears of healing as well as of sorrow.

Christina was able to attend as well - in her wheel chair and at all of the events.  With her uncles and aunt's encouragement, she has been able to eat more, and to share with everyone her smile.  She was even seen holding her new cousin later in the day.  Her smile brightened all of our day.

Joshua is still in the hospital, he is growing stronger every day.  He is also showing signs of anxiety/frustration at the events of each day.  While this is understandable and seems to be part of the healing process, we would plead for prayers of peace for him as he struggles thru these next steps.  If all goes well, we will be able to move him to TIRR Herman Memorial Hospital on Tuesday to begin his rehab there.

Thank you all for your love, for your prayers and fasting, and for your faith that things will work out.  This is hard for all of us, but we know that we can overcome the challenges that have been placed before us with your help and with our faith in Jesus Christ."
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08/09/2013
by Katie Evans
Thank you all for your many prayers!

Christina was released from the hospital yesterday, and she and Jenny successfully made it to Virginia today!  We're all so happy she's far enough along to come down for Tanya's funeral.  She still has a lot of healing to do, but hopefully getting back home will help with that.

Joshua is still in the hospital, but he has been released from the ICU, which is really wonderful.  He's able to follow simple commands, including pointing to written words on a page.

Everyone but Joshua is in Virginia for Tanya's funeral tomorrow (Joshua's other grandma is staying with him for a couple of days), and the whole family will be heading back to Houston on Tuesday.  Prayers for safe travels and for continued healing would be so appreciated.

The whole family would also appreciate prayers as we say goodbye to Tanya tomorrow.
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08/09/2013
by Katie Evans
Thank you all for your many prayers!

Christina was released from the hospital yesterday, and she and Jenny successfully made it to Virginia today!  We're all so happy she's far enough along to come down for Tanya's funeral.  She still has a lot of healing to do, but hopefully getting back home will help with that.

Joshua is still in the hospital, but he has been released from the ICU, which is really wonderful.  He's able to follow simple commands, including pointing to written words on a page.

Everyone but Joshua is in Virginia for Tanya's funeral tomorrow (Joshua's other grandma is staying with him for a couple of days), and the whole family will be heading back to Houston on Tuesday.  Prayers for safe travels and for continued healing would be so appreciated.

The whole family would also appreciate prayers as we say goodbye to Tanya tomorrow.
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08/05/2013
by Katie Evans
Sorry the updates have been so sporadic.  Progress for everyone has been slow but continual.

Joshua got his breathing tube out, which we're all very happy about.  He is physically responding to a few simple commands, and he's able to sit in a chair for a couple of hours a day.  If things continue to go well he will hopefully get out of the ICU on Wednesday, but he'll still be in the hospital for quite a while.

Christina is continuing to make progress as well.  She was able to visit Joshua again yesterday.  Her leg is healing well.  She is working hard with the physical therapist, and will hopefully be able to be released on Thursday so she can attend Tanya's funeral.

Thank you all for your love and support, and please continue praying for Christina and Joshua.
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07/29/2013
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07/29/2013
by Katie Evans

Christina had surgery on Friday, and it went well.  She's done with surgeries for now, which we are all grateful for.  She's been recovering and working hard to get better.  She was finally well enough to go in a wheelchair to go see Joshua today.

Joshua continues to make very, very slow progress.  During the day he moves and has his eyes somewhat open, though it's hard to know exactly how much he is aware of, and at night he settles down and sleeps.

Jenny and Kent hope to be able to take their whole family back to Houston in a couple of weeks.  Please pray for them all that things will go well enough that that can happen.


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07/26/2013
by Katie Evans
A note from Jenny:

Thank You everyone for your concern and prayers. We are pressing forward with great faith in our Heavenly Father's plan. We know that nothing can thwart his work--especially not a car accident. We know that each of our children is a beloved child of our Heavenly Father and will be able to fulfill his or her purpose here on the earth--and we will do all we can to help them. We have felt the Lord's love and support through the Holy Ghost and through wonderful old and new friends as well as many kind people we do not know. I would especially like to thank those first responders, professional or otherwise, who risked so much to save my children's and my lives. You were a precious gift to my family from a gracious and loving Heavenly Father. Thank You all so much!
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07/26/2013
by Katie Evans
Christina's surgery has been delayed by at least a day. She worked with a physical therapist today, and likely will have surgery tomorrow.

Joshua's fever has gone down significantly. This is good news. Progress is still very slow, but every non-eventful day is a good day.
Your prayers are significant every single day. Kent and Jenny say thank you all very much.

Tanya's funeral will be held at noon on Saturday, August 10, in Annandale, VA.

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07/24/2013
by Katie Evans
Christina is out of the ICU!  She's also able to eat and drink now, which is really nice.  She'll have (hopefully) her last surgery on her leg tomorrow.  She's awake more and mostly happy, and we've been reading her all the wonderful get well cards she's gotten.

Joshua continues to make small, incremental improvements, but still has a long way to go.  He still has a fever, so please continue to pray that his doctors can get on top of that.

Michael got the staples out of his head and was excited to finally get a bubble bath.

Jenny continues to have more energy, and has been spending more time with Christina and Joshua at the hospital.

Thank you all for your prayers and well wishes, and please keep them up.  We can definitely all feel them, and they are helping, but there's still a long road ahead.
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07/22/2013
by Katie Evans
Christina went in for surgery on her leg again today, and the news was very good.  Thank you all for all of your prayers!  It will still be a long time before she'll be able to use it, but the prognosis is better.  She will need to have another surgery on her leg later this week, but hopefully that will be it for a while.

Joshua continues to make incremental progress.  He's still fighting a fever, so if you would pray for that to get better we would appreciate it.
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07/21/2013
by Katie Evans
Sorry the updates have been so sporadic.  Since we were traveling and are now here in New York trying to help, my computer time is a bit limited.  I know you all want to hear how everyone's doing, though, so I'll try to keep posting as regularly as possible.

Christina had surgery on her hands Friday that went well, though it will be a long time before she's able to use them again.  The doctors are still very concerned about her leg, so if you'll continue to pray for it we would all appreciate it so much.  They also removed her breathing tube today, so she is able to talk!  We're all so excited about this (though no one more than she is, I'm sure).

Joshua continues to have involuntary movements, and earlier this morning responded to his uncle asking him to lift his hand and the nurse asking him to squeeze her hand!  He still has a long way to go, but we're so happy for these signs of progress.  Please continue to pray for him.

Jenny continues to recover at home, and seems to have a bit more energy each day, which is great.

We're trying to make/keep life as normal as possible for the other kids.  Friday we went to a lake to swim and canoe, and yesterday Andrew and his cousin had a Star Wars birthday party (Andrew's birthday was months ago, but he had decided that he wanted to do a Star Wars party at the beach with his cousins for his party this year).

We so appreciate all the help that's been given, both financially, with prayers and supportive comments, and people who have sent things or brought things over for the family.  We are all feeling very loved and supported.

A few of the first responders have asked about seeing the family again, and while Jenny and Kent don't have the time for that quite yet, we hope to be able to make that happen at some point.  We are all so very grateful for their help, and I know many of the family members would love to give hugs and thank yous to those who were there to help at that terrible time.

Others have asked about funeral arrangements for Tanya, and I promise we will let you know when we have a date for that.  The combination of Jenny's kids being in the hospital and Jenny's sister being across the country and 37 weeks pregnant makes making those plans a little complicated.  It will be at least two weeks before the services.

Thank you all again for all your love and support during this.
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07/18/2013
by Katie Evans
Picking up the Pieces
The family has been able to retrieve items from the wrecked van.  Andrew (8) had been very worried about a journal he'd beem keeping of the trip so far, which had included visits to cousins in Missouri, Niagara Falls, and Palmyra.  He was even more concerned about the journal than his transformer toys.  Fortunately, the journal was recovered.

Caleb (16) was surprised that his iTouch still works.  The screen is cracked, but considering it was sitting loose on the cooler he was expecting pieces of it to be strewn across the highway.  This was a pleasant surprise.

To the great relief of all the young boy cousins (including my 3 sons) the 9 jedi robes that Jenny had sewn for s Star Wars party are fine.  We'll be doing a modified version of the Star Wars party this Saturday.  Somebody better warn Darth Vader that he doesn't stand a chance!
 

Updates Medical Conditions
We arrived at Natalie's house in Syracuse today (Natalie is Jenny's sister) so finally able to see things first hand.  Jenny is here and generally doing well, though she needs lots of rest.

Christina's lung is getting better.  She is almost breathing on her own and it's possible they may be able to remove the breathing tube after her surgery tomorrow.  Please pray for her leg.  There have been some complications there.  We should know more after tomorrow's surgery. 

Joshua has actually closed and clenched his hands a couple of times today, and moved his eyes behind his closed eyelids. It's not consciously-driven, but this means things are still connected - a good sign.

Thank you all for your continued support. 

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07/18/2013
by Katie Evans
Thank you all for your continued prayers.

Jenny was released from the hospital yesterday, which we are all extremely grateful for.

Christina had surgery yesterday, but will need a couple more surgeries soon.  Please continue to pray for those.  She has been trying to talk, and they will hopefully be able to take her breathing tube out today so she'll be able to.

Joshua has moved both his feet when they clean out his breathing tube (which is uncomfortable).  He has also attempted to take a few breaths on his own.  We are happy for small signs of progress.  Please pray that they will continue.

There were a few news articles done yesterday on the crash.  Here are links to the three videos (two from Upstate New York stations, one from a Houston station):

http://www.9wsyr.com/mediacenter/local.aspx?videoid=4145992
http://centralny.ynn.com/content/top_stories/673635/more-information-released-on-thruway-crash-victims/?ap=1&MP4
http://www.click2houston.com/news/clear-lake-family-recovering-after-fatal-new-york-crash/-/1735978/21018650/-/j0woy3z/-/index.html

Please feel free to share these links!
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07/17/2013
by Katie Evans
A side note not about Jenny and the kids: We (Jacob and Katie) are driving across the country to see our family right now, so it might take a little while to post updates and respond to contact e-mails.  Please bear with us for a few days!
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07/17/2013
by Katie Evans
Jenny continues to do better, and will likely be discharged in the next couple of days.  She we still have months of recovery, but we are grateful she is going to be all right.

Christina continues to be able to respond to doctors questions.  She will be having more surgery today to fix broken bones, so please pray that that will go well.  We hope she will be off breathing support next week.

Joshua continues to be stable.  The doctors hope to lower his dosage of sedatives today so they can better evaluate his responsiveness.  Please pray that that will go well and bring encouraging news as well.

Thank you all so much for caring, giving, encouraging, and praying!
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07/17/2013
by Katie Evans
Tuesday was an encouraging day. 

Jenny's surgery appears to have gone well.  She was moved from the ICU to a normal hospital room and is expected to be discharged in a couple of days.  She has apparently spent a great deal of time reading the messages on this site which has lifted her spirits immensely.

Christina is still on life support, but was able to nod/shake her head in order to respond to a few simple questions.  The doctors are encouraged.

Joshua is still on life support and it is too early to get excited, but he is making incremental progress.

The other kids are hanging out at their aunt Natalie's house in Syracuse and generally having a good time with their cousins.  I understand that Caleb (16) was going to watch Pirates of the Carribean for the first time with his uncle Mike.  The younger kids have been running around the backyard with their bandages on and making the best of their disrupted vacation.
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07/15/2013
by Katie Evans
Jenny is awake and interacting with family members visiting her.  She has had a few surgeries, but they are probably done with the surgeries, and she might be able to be discharged as soon as this weekend.  She will still have a lot of recovery to do, but in the long run she should recover.

Christina and Joshua are still on respirators and have been kept sedated so far to help their bodies heal.  They are both more stable and in better condition than they were initially, and there is reason to hope that they will continue to get better.

Please keep praying for all three of them, as well as their family who are going to have a lot to deal with helping them.  Please also pray for Tanya's other children and especially her husband JD as they mourn the loss of their incredible wife, mother, and grandmother.
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07/15/2013
by Katie Evans
Paypal put a temporary hold on the Hodsons' account tonight because you guys have been so generous!  Sorry for anyone who tried to donate in the few hours it was down; it's all fixed now, so go ahead and donate or share!
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07/15/2013
by Katie Evans
Thank you for all the notes of encouragement that have been posted here and sent over e-mail.  If you have any questions about the fundraiser, I'm responding to those via e-mail as quickly as possible.  All other e-mail messages (words of encouragement, offers of help, requests for phone numbers or addresses, etc.) I am forwarding to Kent.  Please be patient as it will probably take him a while to respond.
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07/15/2013
by Katie Evans
Benjamin and Andrew were discharged from the hospital this morning.  They are with Caleb, Michael, and Rebecca at Jenny's sister's house.  Joshua is being kept sedated and immobile right now.  Christina can move her toes and wiggle her fingers.  Jenny is awake and able to interact.
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07/14/2013
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