The town of Bridgeland, Texas, is coming together to support a local youngster who was sent to the hospital after being involved in a car accident just prior to the homecoming parade at Bridgeland High School.
KHOU reports that on September 12, homecoming princess candidate Zoe Moody was involved in a rollover car accident that left her with life-threatening injuries.
According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the youngster may have tried to get off a freeway exit at the last minute, which caused her to be ejected from the vehicle as it flipped over many times.
The outlet was told this by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
In a message, the administrators of a GoFundMe campaign that was established to assist the individual in need with the financial burden of her medical expenditures noted, “She has an immensely long journey ahead of her.”
According to an update that was provided on the website on Wednesday, she had surgery on that day and is currently healing.
In another update, the organizers noted that Zoe is still under the influence of a medically induced coma. “Her wounds are extensive, and we need her to recover as quickly as possible.”
They continued by saying, “All prayer warriors and angels are needed at this time.” “I ask that you please tell everyone you know about this, and that you take care of yourself and keep safe. You are all so special to us!
The sheriff’s office stated in a post that was shared on social media that a male passenger who was in the vehicle at the same time as the teenager was also in severe condition.
PEOPLE reached out to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office for comment, but the office did not immediately respond.
According to a post that was made on her niece’s Facebook page, Shayla Ivey Northcutt, who has been identified as the kid’s aunt by the Houston Chronicle, stated that the teen had suffered multiple face fractures, two fractured kneecaps, and two broken femurs among other injuries.
“My Zobug was in a car accident yesterday evening and is currently being treated in the intensive care unit…
“She needs all of the love and prayers that anyone can send her way in order to get through this,” she wrote on September 13th.
“I have complete faith that with enough love, prayers, and support, she will triumph over this.”
According to KHOU, on Thursday, more than one hundred students came together at a local restaurant to pray for the recovery of the teenager.
Trinity Moody, the sister of the author, was interviewed by the source and said, “I am so thrilled to see how many lives my sister has affected, so many people I don’t even know.”
“She is the best and brightest thing that anyone has ever seen, and just please keep her in your thoughts and prayers, and just be there,” said the speaker. “Just be there.”