KCBS radio: ‘A lot of things in my life changed because of this’
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The parents of a 6-year-old boy who was paralyzed after a car slammed into his car in 2010 say the child’s family has been left to pick up the pieces after the incident.
In a joint statement, the family of 6-month-old Zachary Hartman said it was difficult to process the news.
“This is hard, but we have to deal with it and hope that it gets better,” the statement said.
“I am very sad and sorry that this has taken a life away from our son and we are going to have to move forward in the coming days and weeks.”
It has been hard for us and we have been dealing with this all day long.
I have been told that it is not our son’s fault, but he is the one who is to blame for the accident.
“Zachary Hartmann, 6, died in hospital on May 5, 2010.
The family says the incident happened when a van ploughed into the Hartman family’s car on the outskirts of Los Angeles, California.
His mother, Lisa, said they are thankful that no one was hurt.”
Lisa Hartman described the incident as “very tragic”.””
He was the one that got hit.”
Lisa Hartman described the incident as “very tragic”.
“It is hard to say this, because it has been so long since we have had this kind of loss,” she said.
“We are so grateful to everyone who has supported us in the past.”
The accident left Zachary with a broken spinal cord and extensive injuries, including an amputation of his right foot, and he had to relearn how to walk.
His family has since taken on a fundraising campaign to raise money for Zachary, which has raised more than $2.5 million.
“He is doing better than ever,” Lisa said.
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