On May 15th, 2018 at 8 pm on Highway 211 near Briggs Ranch, Freddy was on his way back home on a motorcycle. Only five minutes away from home, a car turned out in front of him and hit the motorcycle. The impact was violent, and Freddy sustained very serious injuries.
Freddy broke all of his toes on the left and the right foot, sustained an open fracture to the right leg, a broken pelvis, a broken right wrist, a broken elbow, along with a broken tailbone and several spinal fractures and a lacerated kidney and liver. He was bleeding internally when he was rushed to the ER at University Hospital in critical condition. He was immediately rushed into emergency surgery to find and stop the bleeding.
He has had more then seven additional surgeries on his leg to clean and try to fix it. A metal rod was placed in his right leg. A skin graft was used to close the wound on the leg. He has had surgery to fix all his toes with pins and screws. More pins and screws to the pelvis, the wrist and a new elbow plate. He is still undergoing more surgeries and procedures to get out of ICU and back to his family, especially his two young daughters. We are all hopeful he will make a full recovery.
We ask that you please donate what you can and to share this page for the family. We will continue to update on Freddy's progress and we ask that you please keep Freddy and the Serrano Family in your prayers.
On the evening of May 22, our friend and moto sister, Kelly Yun, was involved in a motorcycle accident that will forever change her life. She was riding in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in broad daylight when she was struck in an intersection by an SUV, just a few miles from her destination, crushing her leg between the bike and vehicle.
While there is still a pending investigation into the cause and details of the accident, Kelly was rushed to the nearest hospital where part of her leg was immediately amputated. The doctors and paramedics worked quickly to stabilize her, fortunately, her injuries other than her leg were treatable.
Kelly’s state is improving, but she still has a long way to go before she can return to her normal life. We are heartbroken that we are unable to support her in person on the long journey ahead, but we know our girl is strong and capable of overcoming this obstacle and come out the other side even more enlivened and ready for life than before.
Kelly impresses everyone with her strong spirit and beaming personality, especially in the aftermath of this accident. We would like to ask our friends and family to support her through this difficult time. She will be in and out of hospitals and unable to work for the next few months at least, which is a huge financial burden to anyone. Adapting to this life change and upcoming physical therapy to regain mobility is enough, and we want to make sure Kelly and her family are taken care of during this time.