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Brianne Needs Your Help

On Nov 26, 2016, Brianne suffered a life changing automobile accident that left her a quadriplegic. She has no use of her legs and limited use of her arms and hands. After 32 days in the ICU, six weeks at Kessler Rehabilitation Hospital, and four more weeks at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital, Brianne is now entering outpatient therapy. She has made significant progress, but has a long road ahead of her. Fortunately, Brianne still has her same outgoing and contagious personality. In spite of her many challenges she has shown amazing courage, and unrelenting spirit and determination to achieve all she possibly can.

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June 10, 2017

Thanks to all who came out to Jersey Mike’s in Flemington, NJ today for Brianne’s fundraiser. It meant so much to Brie to see friends and the many customers who have come to know her through Jersey Mike’s. Your support is truly appreciated.

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Guestbook

July 12, 2018

Brianne!! I was in tears when I found out about This! I went to your store tonight cuz me and my mom are working late at the bakery! I always knew we were gonna click just from that one time u helped me. I love you so much you're a strong woman you got this on lock many hugs and kisses girl!

Brittany Schettino

October 24, 2017

Brianne - We just heard of your accident. We always remember you being upbeat and smiling. Your picture shows you still project that. You are in our thoughts and prayers to continue to improve and get the support that you need. With peace and prayers, Mary and Steve Bernard.

Mary and Steve

September 7, 2017

Hi brianne, I promised that I'd be in touch! I'm thinking about & praying for you. My email is [email protected] if you ever want to contact me. God bless you-

Maryellen O'Shea (your former teacher)

August 1, 2017

Brianne, we heard your story through our friends, the Salem's. And we want to wish you all the best in your journey of healing and recovery. Sending prayers and positive thoughts your way.

Dave and the team at OPS Diagnostics