CINCINNATI (WXIX) – With their buddy and coworker hospitalized following a bike crash, Beelistic Tattoo is elevating cash to assist one in every of their very own.
Ken Hutchinson, 32, was driving to Beelistic Tattoo on Tuesday to start his workday when he was hit by a automobile on Westwood Northern Boulevard.
Serenity Baumer, supervisor at Beelistic Tattoo, says Hutchinson suffered damaged ribs, a damaged pelvis, a bruised coronary heart, and bleeding on the mind.
Hutchinson is now on a ventilator within the ICU in a medically induced coma.
To make issues worse, his house was robbed the day after the crash.
“He had a buddy that was staying with him, and he or she went to the home the place she was staying, and the door was open, and the protected was open, and it was empty,” stated Baumer.
To assist Hutchinson regain a number of the cash he was robbed of, his coworkers are attempting to boost $15,000.
“He’s obtained 5 youngsters he’s obtained to maintain, all fairly little. He was attempting to save cash for them,” explains Baumer. “He doesn’t have insurance coverage and the medical payments, I can’t think about, so we have to get all fingers on deck to boost the cash that we are able to.”
To assist increase extra money, Beelistic is donating $10 from each piercing and tattoo this week to the fund.
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