Love it when our country artists step up and help their biggest fans and that’s exactly what Russell Dickerson did!
Sarah Frei, at 17 years old, was tragically injured after she was hit head-on by a drunk driver while riding in a car with three friends on July 30.
As a result of the crash, Sarah was left paralyzed from the waist down, forcing doctors to amputate both of her legs.
Sarah’s community rallied around her and created a GoFundMe campaign, which has now raised over $85,000.
After 75 days in the hospital, 20 surgeries, and over 70 hours of therapy, Sarah was able to return home on October 15. She documented the occasion on Instagram and wondered how she would ever be able to drive again. and Russell Dickerson saw it….and wanted to help.
So he teamed up with Chevrolet to surprise Sarah with a brand new, handicap-accessible, 2021 Traverse.
During what Sarah thought was an interview with a magazine, Dickerson joined a zoom call with her and shared how her story inspired him and people across the country. He then told her to check the driveway of her home, where she found the car custom fit to her needs.