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Can you imagine losing a limb? A leg, an arm, a foot, or even a hand? I can’t….

Tony too never imagined he would lose a limb. When Tony was young, he was always on the street playing soccer or riding his friend’s bike, he was always active yet never broke a bone. Tony is now a 36-year-old man who works as a driver in a pharmaceutical company. He is married and has three children; two daughters and a son. Jessie is nine years old, Lojy is five years old and Kyrollos is a year and a half.

Last August, Tony was driving his car from Cairo, delivering medical equipment to a company in Alexandria when a truck hit his car and left him severely injured. He was rushed to the nearest hospital where he received the worst news, they needed to amputate his leg. Tony fell into depression for a while but with the support of his wife, his brother, and the medical staff, he started to regain his balance and was thankful to be alive.

Thankful to be alive

“I came as close to losing my life as you can, so I have a profound appreciation for my life, and I am determined not to waste it” I’ll fight, really fight with all I can to go back to be normal not just for me but for my kids”

Tony is scheduled to receive an artificial leg, which will cost him $3500. He is in need of your help. Any small donation will help speed the process of getting back on his foot.

Updates:

With the grace of God and your kind support, Tony received the total cost of his operation. You might check late on his medical condition. C4NC thankful for all who learned about Tony and supported. We still ask to keep him and his family in your prayers.

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