BERGEN COUNTY, NJ — The father of an 8-year-old girl who was critically injured in a crash Jan. 2 is praising the Lord for her miraculous recovery.
Hans Lee’s daugther, Glori was critically injured in a crash in Harrington Park. She suffered a shattered skull, blood clots in her spine, punctures to her small intestines, and swelling of the brain, according to a GoFundMe page set up to raise money to aid in her recovery. Nearly $69,000 has been donated since the page went live.
“Every day she looks different from the previous day. Her swelling is almost nonexistent now” and she “has been doing much better and started to sleep in longer intervals,” said Lee, of Norwood. “To say God is good is an understatement at this point, He is awesome, He is wonderful. It is my fervent prayer that my God who is healing and restoring our family will shine His favor upon all those who have done so much for our family.”
Glori Lee is alert, but still cannot talk and must relearn how to swallow food, walk, and talk.
“Like I said, it will be a long journey but with full faith believe that God will work and God will be with us every step of the way,” Lee said.
Glori Lee indicated that she remembers the crash, her father said. She communicates with Lee by squeezing his hand, which means “yes.” Letting go of her hand means “no.”
“I asked Glori, ‘Do you remember what happened?’ After a short pause she grabbed my hands ever softly and began to cry,” Lee said. “I spoke to her softly and said, ‘Glori, daddy is so sorry your cross is so heavy.’ I cried beside her.”
Lee asked others to pray for his daugther’s continued recovery and for the “full restoration of her nerves and brain.”
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