Those who love a young woman named Keyarah Mendoza hope to find and thank two people who rushed to help when she was in desperate need.
On January 27, Mendoza was driving down Interstate 495 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, when the worst thing imaginable happened, Boston.com reported Friday.
Her car was hit by a tractor-trailer that cut into her lane, and when her vehicle flipped over, she was flung from the car.
Mendoza landed in front of another car whose driver was a nurse. The individual quickly got out and rendered aid. Moments later, another nurse joined the rescue effort.
The young woman suffered traumatic head injuries and broken bones. In addition, she recently woke from a coma, which is defined as “a state of prolonged loss of consciousness,” per the Mayo Clinic.
The page said it was “By the grace of God” the nurses were also on their way to work when the crash occurred. They performed CPR, which resuscitated the young woman.
“Keyarah’s parents have not left her bedside since the day it happened,” the page continued, adding the fundraiser would help them with the financial burden.
A donor who commented on the page said, “I think God has a bigger purpose for her- He gave those nurses a way to be near her on that road. They were certainly angels among her.”
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