Later she posted on Facebook:
“Angie has had a lot of brain injuries, but yesterday she was able to read and sing with us. Our hearts are so full of the miracles we are experiencing.
They are able to touch each other for the first time since the accident.
Our prayers are for these little ones who have a long journey of healing ahead.”
It seems the journey to recovery is filled with ups and downs. Yesterday was such a wonderful day. Today we had some…
The driver of the other car, Monique Deion Austin, has also suffered terrible injuries and so has her one-year-old son.
The love between siblings is truly heart touching.
“It is unbelievable that just a week ago this little man took his first step in physical therapy after being paralysed on his left side when he suffered some strokes caused by the accident.
However, now he is an active little boy who is walking (carefully) and playing. he rarely sits still.
This morning he went to visit Angie in her room. After a few minutes of holding hands, Wi-fi [Wyatt] was ready to leave and he said, ‘Angie I am going back to my room now.’
She rolled over on her side and looked into Wyatt’s face and said, ‘Wyatt, I need you.’ That active, sweet boy sat and held his sister’s hand for another 25 minutes. Wyatt doesn’t sit anywhere for 25 minutes.
It was a sweet testament of the love these siblings have for one another.”