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You are in our prayers, Brother
Updated On: Feb 03, 2020

As most of you already know, there was a very horrific vechicle accident on the Beltway yesterday morning around 5:45 am.  The young man, who was seriously injured, is one of our own from Local #7.  Mr. James Perry, 22, is an apprentice from Potomac Elevator.  James and his mechanic have been working on a job in Alexandria, Virginia for a couple of weeks now and James was on his way to work.  We do not have all the details of his injuries, but we do know that the trama doctors at Prince George's Hospital Center are doing everything they can to save James's leg.  He is in ICU at this time, but he was alert and talking to the EMTs the entire time they were cutting him out of his car.  When, and if, you see pictures of this accident, you will know that James had an angel in the car with him.  Thank the Lord that he was able to talk to, and communicate with, the emergency people trying to get him out.  Thank you to the fire and EMT techs from Kentland Fire and all the other local stations that responded and were able to get James out quickly.  Please keep James and his family in your prayers.  He is going to have a long road to recovery.  I will keep you updated, as we are updated.

***UPDATE***  We were informed, on Friday, that James was transported to Shock Trama in Baltimore, MD and was greeted by a surgical team that were, in fact, able to save James's leg.  That is such great news.  James will have a long recovery, I am sure, so please keep him and his family in your prayers.


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