Roanoke Group Organizing Motorcycle Ride Fundraiser for 6-year-old Double Amputee

## Family and Community Rally Around Young Girl in Incredible Recovery

The Roanoke community is coming together to support a young girl who survived a devastating freak accident and is now on the road to recovery. The girl, whose name has not been disclosed, lost both of her feet in the tragic incident. However, thanks to the efforts of skilled doctors, both feet have been reattached and she is now in good spirits.

This heartwarming story has captured the attention of many, including a local group called Empty to a Motorcycle Ministry. They have organized a ride to raise funds for the girl’s medical bills and recovery. The ride, which is scheduled for July 8, has already garnered support from people as far away as Georgia.

“We were shocked when we heard about this accident,” said Chris Carr, a member of the Motorcycle Ministry. “We couldn’t believe that such a young girl had to go through something so traumatic. We wanted to help in any way we could.”

The ride will start at Exult A Church on Williamson Road in Roanoke and end at Wrapping University. It’s incredible to see how the community is coming together to support this brave young girl and her family.

If you’d like to participate in the ride or make a donation, please visit our website at []( for more information. Additionally, a GoFundMe account has been set up and has already raised nearly $80,000 for the girl’s family.

Let’s all join hands and show our support for this amazing girl and her journey towards recovery. Together, we can make a difference!

Source: [WSLS](

Family and friends in Roanoke are breathing a sigh of relief now that a young girl involved in a freak accident is home.

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