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Saturday, August 12, 2017

Thousands raised for injured Berlin man, Czech student

Two men injured in separate incidents last week have had thousands of dollars raised in their names to help defray the costs of their injuries.

Richard Tesar, 30, of Berlin, was injured early last Sunday morning as he attempted to jump off a 22-foot boat at the inlet, but instead slipped and fell, according to Natural Resources Police.

Tesar, a manager at Fish Tales, was on the boat with six other people at the time of the incident.

According to an update on Tesar’s GoFundMe page posted last Friday, Tesar suffered a broken neck, but had pulled through surgery and his doctors were optimistic.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

God bless them both.