The morning of November 4th was like any other for Daphne Freeman. She had just dropped off her twin boys at school when tragedy hit.
A school bus driver for Mobile County pulled out in front of Freeman at a stop sign and the two vehicles collided. According to her legal counsel, Freeman had the right of way.
Freeman and three students from B.C. Rain High School were transported to USA Medical Center immediately after the crash. All of the students were released, only Freeman remains hospitalized.
Freeman’s condition was improving until Saturday night when she coded. Her lawyer Andy Citrin says, “she’s on a ventilator and dialysis, and she’s in excruciating pain from head to toe.”
The accident has been tough on her friends and family.
Emily Glass, her close friend, says, “as her best friend it’s hard to see her like she is and not be able to do anything about it.”
Her legal counsel is working on a claim against the Mobile County School bus driver involved in the accident.
Freeman’s friends and family have created an account to help raise money for her medical bills.
If you want to donate you can visit the site here: www.youcaring.com/daphne-freeman-464288