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Tony & Lorene Martens, Columbia ask for prayers for injured son

We do not know what the lasting effects will be, but God moves in mysterious ways. We would appreciate everyone praying for him. - TONY & LORENE MARTENS

Tony and Lorene Martens writes:
Our son, William (Bill) Martens had a terrible accident Sunday. He works at a bowling alley in Florida. He was working on one of the machines and it closed on him, crushing his upper body, trapping him in the machine. It collapsed both of his lungs. He was without oxygen for about 15 minutes depriving his brain of oxygen. He is in the hospital in critical condition. He heart is beating and he can breathe a little on his own. They are keeping him in a medically induced coma. We do not know what the lasting effects will be, but God moves in mysterious ways. We would appreciate everyone praying for him. Thank you. - Tony and Lorene Martens
Related Link: Mechanic badly injured by machine at bowling alley. Story in Panama City, FL, News-Herald, Monday, April 22, 2013



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