犹他州锡拉丘兹（ 韩国电视台 ) —得益于乡村音乐明星，这位犹他州的少年在圣诞节初期就被送上了礼物。
莎拉 Frei, a 17-year-old from Syracuse, Utah, was given a brand new handicap-accessible SUV by her favorite country music singer, Russell Dickerson.
莎拉 was tragically 7月30日，她在与三个朋友一起乘坐汽车时被一名醉酒司机正面撞伤后受伤. As a result of the crash, 莎拉 was left paralyzed from the waist down, forcing doctors to amputate both of her legs.
莎拉’她最需要时，她的社区团结起来，不仅有情感上的支持，还为她筹集了资金 GoFundMe活动，目前已筹集了超过$ 85,000。
But 莎拉 didn’不要让她的伤停住她她记录了她康复的艰难道路 Instagram的帐号，有超过74,000个关注者支持她的#sarahstrong广告系列。
After 75 days in the hospital, 20 surgeries, and over 70 hours of therapy, 莎拉 was able to return home on October 15. She marked the occasion with a 眼泪汪汪的Instagram帖子和她的父母躺在医院的病床上。
And once again, 莎拉’社区加紧给了她 返乡游行 她不会’t forget:
莎拉’s incredible resilience gained national attention, as she documented her recovery from the hospital on Instagram的. One of those Instagram的 posts caught the attention of country singer Russell Dickerson, who happens to be 莎拉’s favorite artist.
莎拉, a cheeerleader at Clearfield High School, was practicing a dance routine to Dickerson’s song “Home Sweet”从她的病床上。
Seeing the video, Dickerson soon learned about 莎拉’的事故，以及第一个问题’s 莎拉 asked after waking up from surgery was “我能再开车吗？”
Dickerson said he heard about 莎拉’的旅程，问自己“我们该怎么做才能绝对地使她生活呢？”
So Dickerson teamed up with Chevrolet to surprise 莎拉 with a brand new, handicap-accessible, 2021 Chevrolet Traverse.
During what 莎拉 thought was an interview with a magazine, Dickerson joined a 变焦通话 with her and shared how her story inspired him and people across the country. He then told her to check the driveway of her home, where a teary-eyed 莎拉 found the car custom fit to her needs.