The member tells TLS it’s the care from the professionals and the Davening and Zchusim of the community which his recovery can be attributed to.
“With much thanks to Hashem, I’m home feeling and looking as unbelievably good as can be, and I’m sure that was only made possible by all the thoughtful, caring and good-hearted people that contributed their time and effort to help, Daven, Learn and do Mitzvos in my Zchus,” says Moshe. “I may never know who you are that was there to contribute, but will always be very appreciative. Thank you to all known people family,friends, Chaveirim, Hatzolah, LPD, LCSW, and the unknown from the Lakewood Community and throughout the entire Klal Yisroel. May we only hear of happy occasions and share in Simchos together.”
Moshe was seriously injured on February 9 when a hit and run driver – apprehended and arrested eight days later - crashed into the Chaveirim member just after assisting a motorist with a flat tire. He was transported to the Jersey Shore Medical Center where he underwent extensive surgery. From there he was trasnported to rehab.
Now home, Moshe is on the road to a full recovery, I’YH.