Monday, March 23, 2015

Hannah Hayduk





Lindsey Wilson Colllege student injured in cycling accident during road race
By Larry Smith, FM 92.7 the WAVE and FM 99.9 the Big Dawg

A standout Lindsey Wilson student-athlete, Hannah Hayduk, was airlifted from near the scene of an single bicycle crash on Dunbar Hill this morning, Sunday, March 22, 2015, during a collegiate Road Race, according to Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss and Deputy Sheriff Adam Cravens.

Hayduk, a premedical student from Kutztown, PA, was taken from the scene to a waiting helicopter at the intersection of KY 76/Elkhorn Road and Liberty Road/KY 206 and was flown to the University of Louisville Hospital.

The intersection was closed to all traffic for somewhat less than one hour.

Hayduk herself is a certified EMT, a Begley Scholar, and an active participant in the Columbia community.

Besides the ACSO, members of the Adair County EMS and the Knifley Fire Department were on the scene. - LARRY SMITH, Operatons Manager, Shoreline Communications.













Thank, You Lord God, for your blessings and your guidance. We beseech you to be at the bedside of Hannah Hayduk, a young woman that has met with a terrible cycling accident which has placed her life in peril. Comfort her and ease her suffering. We beg for deliverance, and submit that no healing is too hard for our Lord God, if it be His will.

We therefore pray that You bless our friend Hannah with Your loving care, renew her strength, and heal her wounds and make her well, in Your loving name we pray.

Thank You, Lord.

Looking forward to seeing you soon, Hannah!


Colleen Hayduk Morning of Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Thank you so much to everybody who has reached out to me and my family. We really appreciate all the support and are thankful for the kind words and prayers. Hannah is a fighter. The progress she's made in the last 14 hours has been incredible. She was taken out of the coma but has yet to open her eyes. She is breathing on her own and doesn't have to be asked more than two or three times to follow commands about wiggling her left toes, right hand, etc. She knows her name and over night she said, "my head hurts" and "help me". There's still a long way to go but she's doing great and I'm so proud of her. Please keep her in your prayers.


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