To help a well-liked Tipperary postman who was paralyzed after being involved in a car accident on his way home from work, more than €66,000 has been contributed. On July 11 of this year, Ryan O’Dwyer was involved in a crash that left him with significant spinal damage. He was flown to Cork University Hospital, where a medical professional inducted him into a coma. He endured two significant brain surgeries.
He is making a good recovery from his brain injury. Since Mr. O’Dwyer is now paralyzed from the chest down, he is, nonetheless, in a wheelchair. The Ballyrichard resident, 38, wed six years ago. He is the only child of Helen and Sean, who have done everything in their ability, together with his wife and other family members, to help him ever since the tragic tragedy.
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Mr. O’Dwyer will need financial support while he changes his home and will now need lifelong care. He will also be responsible for covering any future medical expenses and rehabilitation. To help Mr. O’Dwyer, a GoFundMe page was just created with a goal of €100,000. A number of fundraising activities are planned, and it is hoped that the goal will be attained soon.
Later this month, nearly thirty soccer teams will compete in a tournament. Verona, Ryan’s sister-in-law, said the family is appreciative of all the support they have gotten. She is aware of every expense that her sister Ali and brother-in-law may incur in the future.
They have been residing in their new home for three years, she said, adding that they had a large mortgage, like the majority of young couples at the moment. “A bedroom and bathroom will need to be developed to suit Ryan’s needs since there are no bedrooms downstairs.”
Ali is currently unemployed, Ryan is unemployed, the mortgage must be paid, and there are several obligations that must be paid. “They have a lot on their plate right now… bills coming in like us all.” It has been wonderful to get donations from people all throughout the nation, she remarked.
She continued, “I would especially like to thank the medical team, Dr. Kamal, and the medical staff at Cork University Hospital, as well as the air ambulance, the guards, the council, the fire department, the ambulances, and all of his coworkers in An Post and the quick response of all those people on the day of the accident that is why Ryan is still with us today.
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