Hadassah Gruen, who was seriously injured in the Pennsylvania car accident two weeks ago was admitted back to the ICU Wednesday night, after having been released from the ICU several days earlier.
Hadassah has suffered terrible physical injuries, and her sister Chava has suffered a serious brain injury.
The Gruen family also shared some good news this week: One day earlier this week, the father, Avi Gruen started talking to his daughter Chava, and she smiled.
Michal, the mother, wrote on social media: “It was the most amazing sight I’ve ever seen in my life. Hashem is unbelievable, He knew I was having a hard day and feeling down and He gave me the greatest gift I could have ever asked for. It seems as if she is not aware of anything, but her smile is hope that she is listening to and hears us!!”
Chava has also squeezed her parents’ hands, and on Tuesday, she coughed, which nurses say is a good sign.
In the wake of the accident, Klal Yisrael has sprung into action, raising much-needed funds to assist the family in their hour of need, and storming the gates of Heaven with tearful tefillos and mitzvos for the zechus of a complete, speedy refuah and yeshuah for the family.
Please continue to daven and perform mitzvos for the refuah sheleimah of Leah Hadassah bas Michal Chana, and Chava bas Michal Chana, b’soch she’ar cholei Yisrael.
Donations to assist the Gruen family can be made at https://thechesedfund.com/cause/please-help-the-gruen-family
Hadassah and Chava are being treated in Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Anyone wishing to visit the hospital should please first email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-600-0284.
Updated Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 12:49 pm