Will Jamison Car Accident – Will Jamison, a Homestead High School basketball player from Fort Wayne, Indiana, was involved in a motor vehicle accident where he sustained severe injuries and was transported to the hospital. Jamison was said to have been placed on ventilator. Will Jamison is well-known in the basketball scene around Northern Indiana.
While the Homestead Girl’s Varsity Basketball squad was competing against Noblesville on the evening of November 18th, Will joined his teammates in cheering for the squad against Noblesville. Following the conclusion of the game, the squad went out to lunch, and Will then visited his sister to pick her up.
They were involved in a terrible vehicle accident shortly after picking up his sister, which was a tremendous disappointment. Not only did his sister escape uninjured, but Will did not fare as well. The Intensive Care Unit at Lutheran Hospital was where he was taken after he was hurried to the hospital. The recovery process for Will is still ongoing in the Intensive Care Unit at this time.
Will Jamison GoFundMe
Family and Friends have created a fundraiser via GoFundMe to help and assist his family with the medial bills. According to the page, Will is one of those rare children who, despite being a ferocious competitor, is both gracious and forgiving when it comes to defeat. He is the epitome of a coach’s ideal candidate, as he is consistently motivated to assist and guide his teammates. He is the first to assist an opponent and the first to extend a hand to assist a teammate off the floor. Although he is the type of player that is difficult to coach, you cannot help but feel privileged to have watched him compete at the conclusion of the game.
This GoFundMe effort is being run with the intention of alleviating some of the stress that Will and his family are experiencing. with order to assist with paying for Will’s medical expenditures and any additional bills that may be incurred by his family throughout his recuperation, the goal is to raise fifty thousand dollars.
A prayer will be held for Will by 2 p.m. at Homestead High School.
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