A young Anderson Shiro teen recently involved in a car accident received some generous support from concerned Grimes County residents.
And thanks to a few of his classmates, a whole community of truck enthusiasts, Dusty Rose now has a couple thousand dollars more to use in his recovery.
Grimes County Sherriff’s Deputy and Anderson Shiro High’s Resource Officer Martha Smith says, Rose has a very long recovery before him, but explained that not having insurance and a financially strained family he will need every scrap of help he can get.
The Rose family are currently in dire straits, Smith tells Navasota News, Dusty’s mom had to cut back on hours at work to take care of him and that meant less money to the family facing mounting medical costs even with the support they’ve received.
And since Dusty’s rehabilitation and doctor visits continue smith hopes you will continue to support the family in need.
For more information you can call her at either 936-873-4550 or 873-2151.