Sunday, February 8, 2009

Update #4

As of right now Jeremy is just resting. It may be a while before we hear an update as they have now been able to close his skull and will await the swelling to go down further. They will then be able to assess any other issues Jeremy may be having. As mentioned there seems to be no breaks in his neck and jaw. Once they stabilize him, a CT scan will be done on his spine. Pray there is no damage there.

As soon as we hear more, it will get posted. The family really appreciates everyones prayers and support. It means a lot in times like these. Feel free to leave comments for Jeremy and the Lusk family.

49 comments:

  1. I and my mens group at church are praying

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  2. keeping you and your family in my prayers... continue to heal and get better soon

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  3. His wife must be freaking out. I just hope she realized that he is a tough dude and it always seems worse when your in the hospital. He will get better have faith. Most of us who ride almost die at one time or another. I lost my kidney and almost died but if you make it through the surgery, chances are you are out of the woods. Good luck Lusk, your a badass.

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  4. I saw the accident, since then, i´ve been praying.. Get better soon.

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  5. i pray for jeremy and friends and family get well soon bud

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  6. Jeremy, hang in there man. You are a warrior! I pray for your quick recovery.

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  7. I'll be praying for you. I hope you have quick recovery

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  8. Stay strong

    Prayer with Jeremy and his family

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  9. Praying for you.... hang in there, Lusk! I know you'll be back at it in no time.

    Positive thoughts, love and prayers to you and your family.

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  10. If anyone can fight through this, its Lusk. He is the toughest fmx rider out there. A crash like that would have killed most, but not LUSk, hes too tough and i know he will be killin it soon on the bike again.

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  11. my prayers and thoughts will be with Jeremy and his family.Stay strong,he is one tough bro.

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  12. im praying for you and youre family lusk, i hope everything goes well. you and the rest of the mulisha are my heros. You can fight through it man. God bless.

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  13. I just wanted to let you all know my thoughts and prayers go out to your whole family. My father had massive TBI from a bike accident in 04, they told us he wouldnt make it. I sat at his bed daily talking to him and saying words of encouragement and he made it. He had memory loss but was fully functional. It was a miracle. And you will have your miracle too. We all know recovery isn't easy but with friends and family like his, he will be back in no time. god bless
    sillyolbear1182@yahoo.com

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  14. Brandy, Jeffery, and ZacxFebruary 8, 2009 at 8:12 PM

    You're in our thoughts and prayers Jeremy...you can pull through this...You're a soldier!!

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  15. Jesus, please be with Jeremy now, I pray for your healing hand upon his body Lord, and that you would comfort him in this time, also be with his wife and family as they try to understand why this happened, we trust you Lord, in Jesus name, amen

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  16. Hang in there, Jeremy! My thoughts and prayers are with you; I have felt an incredible need to pray for you and your family.

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  17. Jeremy & Lauren....
    just wanted to let you know we are all thinking and praying for you! Jeremy you are so strong!! Hang in there buddie! I love you guys! Get better and get home! Lauren be strong girl! xoxo *hannah reed

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  18. My prayers are with you Jeremy, and your family in this time of need and healing. Keep the faith and remember that God hears all the prayers that are going up for you all over the world. Don't loose site of what the Lord can do.....

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  19. Our prayers are with you here in Ga, Get well soon. FMXer's are tough as s... can't wait to see you back at it. Get well soon

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  20. My prayers are with Jeremy and his family, our boys a fighter so stay strong for him. He needs us all right now... We got Got in our corner can't ask for more... Love you brother, see you home soon. N.

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  21. My prayers are with Jeremy and his family. Our boy is tough, he will beat this. We have GOD in our corner, we can't ask for any better... Stay strong for him he needs us all right now. I love you brother, see you home soon. N.

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  22. My prayers are with you, hope you get well soon

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  23. Im praying you all will see Gods hand in and through all that is ahead. From surgeons, to nurses, to friends and family all at the right place at the right time. Just keep talking to Jesus and he will show you the way through this very difficult time. God Bless.

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  24. Indonesian FMX FansFebruary 8, 2009 at 11:34 PM

    Get well soon Lusk...our prayers will be with you...

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  25. Jeremy you hang in there and heal, I am not very religious but even I said a prayer for you today,

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  26. My prayers are with you and your friends and family. Get well soon J.

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  27. All ower thoughts go to you and your family!

    Get well soon, from the Dutch FMX Family en Fans

    www.fmxo.nl

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  28. Elevamos nuestras oraciones al Dios Altísimo para que tome control de la situación de Jeremy, y confiamos en una pronta y total recuperación. Lamentamos que él y sus seres queridos tengan que pasar por todo esto, pero sabemos que saldrá adelante y será algo que lo fortalecerá como persona. Here in Costa Rica our prayers go to Jeremy, we know that Jimmy is in the better hands, -God´s hands!-

    -Isaiah 41:10-

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  29. I was watching the show on tv when the accident and it was horrible.
    Today there's an entire sheet on a Costarrican newspaper describing how the accident happened and Jeremy's condition. The article is in spanish but here I attach the link anyways

    http://www.nacion.com/ln_ee/2009/febrero/09/deportes1868999.html

    Costa Rica is praying together for Jeremy and his family.
    Faith is to believe on what can't be seen, GOD can't be seen and there are no impossibles for him.
    Jeremy's family hang in there !!! He's get well.

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  30. Eric sorby,
    Be strong J, i will pray for you and familly, you frenchy friend
    #917

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  31. Man, there are never the right things to say during times like this...keep the faith and the prayers are coming from all over! Jeremy is a strong guy....and God will keep him safe! I hope nothing but the best recovery for you Jeremy!

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  32. Chuck, Gina, Jeremy and Lauren~ Our family is praying for you all, as Im sure you know. Whatever you guys need, please let us know. Quinsey Powersports will be happy to have a fundraiser to help with Jeremy's medical costs. Chuck, you know how to get a hold of me. Whatever you need. Much love to you all and God Bless. ~Sarah Andrew

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  33. I am from Finland and im not really good in english but i try... I am a big fan of Jeremy, and i have even tried to copy his bike on my pitbike. I can't believe this, just need to hope that Jeremy is back soon! I'm praying for Jeremy and his family. Good luck there! and i hope you understand something about this.

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  34. According to the news, Jeremy's condition haven't change. He's holding tied to life.
    His wife and other relatives and coworkers are willing to take him back to US as soon as possible, but it's needed that he stays here some more hours after the surgery done.
    All Costa Rica is watching for him and praying restless.
    Hang in there Jeremy !!! You can do it !!!

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  35. i love you brother my prayers r with you and your family call me when you get a chance bobby gomez

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  36. Just FMX fans of Jeremy Lusk.
    We are so sorry to hear about your accident Jeremy. We are avid dirt bikers whom admire what it takes to be a true athlete pushing the sport of FMX. We saw your run and it looked as if you could have won before this awful crash. We feel that the riders who were rewarded money at this event should donate some of their winnings to your recovery fund. I'm sure they already have as the sport is all about family and friends. We are praying for you and your family! God Bless and GET BETTER SOON JEREMY!

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  37. a prayer for jeremy from the Italy..alex

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  38. Jeremy is certainly a stand up guy in my book! Back in 2006 I was conducting an Autism fund-raising event, 1000 Miles For Autism and Jeremy, with the help of Sikspak, autographed a ton of swag for me to auction off. I've never personally met Jeremy, but I was connected to him through Eli, owner of Sikspak.

    Jeremey, I want you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts. I wish you a speed recovery.

    Respectfully Submitted,

    Brian Calliari

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  39. WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK MY MAN!!! PRAYERS GO OUT FROM THE BOYZ AT LA YAMAHA!!!! WE KNOW YOU'RE TUFF BUD!!!!

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  40. me and my family's prayers go out to this man!i definitely look up to him!hope everything works out for the best

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  41. Everybody in my house is praying for you man! You are a hero and have brought some of the best innovation to our sport that anyone has ever seen. You can get through this we love you love man!

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  42. There no change on Jeremy's condition. Hopefully he'll get better tomorrow.
    For now he's keeps on a coma caused on purpose by the doctors in order to minime the risks while the swalling on his brain comes down.

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  43. Costa Rica Local news paper latest news on Jeremy: http://www.nacion.com/ln_ee/2009/febrero/09/deportes1870592.html

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  44. I couldn't finish to see this competition, I started to cry and pray since Saturday night.
    I'm costarican and every morning I watch the news and read the newspaper to know about his progress.
    Keep strong... everynite you are in our prays.

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  45. I saw the crash, and immediately felt a lump in my throat! My son and I are part of the dirtbike family and want to say from one family member to another that we are praying hard for you and your family, and we will be there for you when the clouds part and you get up out of that bed and ask how your bike faired in the crash. You are a trooper and an inspiration to many, so hang in there buddy, and when you get back on that bike and start regrouping at a few shows, I and my son will be there with the rest of your dirtbike family to cheer you on! God speed brother, and hang in there.

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  46. word is that jeremy lusk didnt make it. god bless you my friend...r.i.p.

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  47. Completly out of words...
    Jeremy God bless you and thank you for being an inspiration and an idol for some many people wordlwide. Now, from Heaven please watch out for all your friends that just like you, made the bikes and the freestyle the greatest sport ever.
    RIP Jeremy, you did so much for us and tried so hard to stay with us...now is your time to rest. You'll be with us forever as the number 1

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  48. This is a very sad day, god bless.......

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  49. This sport has touched the sky and has gone way beyond any of the famous Evil Kaneval's dreams.Some times there is such a terribly price to pay when living your life on the edge of this world and the one Jeremy is in now. One day we will all rejoice in heaven by re-uniting with God's chosen.

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