Call Baker-Peters and ask to donate to the Megan Lindahl fund.
They are accepting donations through Thurs. at 8pm
Go to ANY Regions Bank
Megan Lindahl Fund
Acct. No. 169533202
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) --- It's been two weeks since a car crash sent Megan Lindahl to a Denver hospital in critical condition. Now, the 24-year-old is home just in time for Christmas.
Megan and her Mom arrived in Knoxville just after 6 p.m. Wednesday on an air ambulance. Upon arrival, Megan was transported to Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center.
Megan's mom Mary Lindahl told Local 8 News that she's doing really, really well and that her progress has amazed doctors.
"She's nothing short of a miracle and she's here because of the grace of God," she said.
Megan's sister Krisen said that Megan's memory is getting much better as well. She reportedly remembers being in a car accident, hitting her head, and even that her birthday is coming up. She will turn 25 on December 29.
"We want to get her back to Knoxville because that's where her friends are," her brother John told us. "When I first got there she had a tube in, she was in a hospital bed. She responded but it was just movement. Now to hear she's actually talking, it's amazing."
Megan couldn't walk or talk after the December 11th crash. Since then, she's taken her first steps and started to speak. Family tell us she's still disoriented.
According to a family friend, an anonymous donor stepped up and advanced enough money to bring Kristen home. The family though still needs to raise enough money to pay off the advance.
They've already raised nearly half of the $20,000 needed for the trip. On top of that, they are hoping to raise enough money to help pay for some of the additional doctors' bills, which aren't covered by insurance; as well as her rehabilitation, which could take years.
They are accepting donations at Baker Peters Jazz Club on Kingston Pike, or you can call Seth Price at 865-387-2121.
On Wednesday night, JLuke performed a benefit show for Megan at the Tin Roof Rocky Hill from 8:00 p.m. until midnight. The band accepted donations.
Megan's mother said she's thankful for everyone who has reached out to Megan and her family.
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