Good Samaritan Needs Help

A good Samaritan stopped to help a stranger – and landed in the hospital. Now his family needs help raising the funds to pay for his care.

Nearly two weeks ago, Adam Hall stopped to help a woman who was stuck with an immobilized vehicle on the side of the road. While he was under the van, the jack broke and he was crushed – suffering a collapsed lung and broken ribs.

Financial concerns are twofold. First, there are the mounting medical expenses. And, with Adam in the hospital, his family of four is without an income. He is the father of two small daughters – age five and 18 months.

If you can help, please visit the link below to make a financial contribution.

https://www.gofundme.com/wr9r3sek

For anyone who wants to help provide for this family’s Christmas with presents for the girls, we will be happy to collect those at RCNN headquarters and get them to the family. Thank you always for the generosity you show to those in need. RCNN

About Callie J Lyons

Callie Lyons is an investigative journalist and author living in the Mid Ohio Valley. Her first book, Stain-Resistant, Nonstick, Waterproof and Lethal: The Hidden Dangers of C8, is available at Amazon.com and in hundreds of libraries all over the world. Known as a "warrior for public health", Lyons' environmental investigations have been featured in documentaries, including Good Neighbors - Bad Blood and Toxic Soup, on Swedish National Television and in numbers of television, radio and print media interviews. Her work has appeared on Nova's Whiz Kids and in Mother Jones magazine. More recently, a national audience has come to know her award-winning investigative work through the Environmental Working Group and interviews with leading publications like the Huffington Post and The Intercept. Lyons' work was featured in the 2017 documentary Parched:Toxic Waters by National Geographic. The Short, Fantastic Life of a Saloon Girl is Lyons' first published work of historical fiction.
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