Three Forks Student Receives Community Support After Accident
A local Three Forks High School student is seeing the community rally around him after a serious dune buggy accident this past weekend.
Gavin Foth broke seven ribs, punctured his lungs in two places, and doctors initially thought that he would be paralyzed from the neck down. The good news is that, according to reports, Gavin is beginning to get some feeling back in his upper body.
To show support and to raise money for medial expenses, donations are being accepted at First Security Bank locations under the #GStrong Medical Fund account.
Universal Athletic is also offering special #GStrong t-shirts for the various schools in the area for $15. You can order a shirt to help Gavin and represent your school at the same time. Click Here to get your shirt.
There will also be a benefit for Gavin on Saturday, Oct. 21, at 5 p.m. at the Plaza Bar & Casino in Three Forks.
Also in the accident with Gavin was his friend Tyler Williams. Tyler suffered a broken neck but is expected to make a full recovery. There is an online fundraiser for Tyler. Click Here to visit.