(The Virginia Gazette) – Around midnight on Aug. 24, a Lafayette High School graduate, Jared Antle, was critically injured in a hit-and-run in Harrisonburg, just two days after his mother dropped him off for his sophomore year of college at James Madison University.
First taken to Sentara RMH hospital in Harrisonburg, Antle was life-flighted to Charlottesville’s University of Virginia Medical Center with a traumatic brain injury and a collapsed lung among other injuries.
In the ensuing weeks, Antle endured “neuro-storms” and brain inflammation.
Every step of the way, Antle, 19, had his family by his side in his bid to recover from a traumatic brain injury. CONTINUE