“The first release on Adams condition may have led everyone to believe that he was about to walk out the door in the next few days. That could not be farther from the truth. Yes he was off the ventilator for 12hrs. However, the type injuries he has to his lungs do not “blossom” until 2-3 days post injury. The lining of the lungs swell and weep fluids much like external injuries. They will be in this condition for multiple weeks. With that comes time when Adam is in his most critical condition and has to fight the hardest. Even the family visiting him can stress him. The doctors are doing everything they can to try and help him. He has times of good rest, times of restlessness, and times of hard struggles that are very scary. I do not have enough space to give all details but I wanted to give you a general understanding of his status. He is literally fighting for his life now.
Lynn, Matt, and I are doing our best to function. Unless you have traveled this journey there is no way you would understand. The reason I am reaching out and sharing is because Adam needs help. I am begging each and every one of you to continue to pray, share what I have shared with you to everyone you know about Adam and ask they continue to pray also. My son needs them”
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Red has become the color to honor the Clinton Fire Dept. and one firefighter killed and one seriously injured figting a fire last weekend. A private company is now lighting up the Central Fire Station.
Clinton Central Fire Station is now lit up in red compliments of a private business
One of the setups lighting up the Clinton Fire Station in red
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Clinton Fire Chief Mike Brown, Battalion Chief Joel Atkinson and Firefighter Darrin Farrell speak to the media about Lt. Eric Hosette who was killed while fighting a fire Saturday and Adam Cain who was injured and remains hospitalized-listen to their stories and their view of the two.
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Lt. Eric M. Hosette, 33, of Charlotte, made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty on Saturday, January 5, 2019.
A public visitation will be from 2:00-8:00pm, Friday, January 11, 2019 at Zion Lutheran Church – Clinton. Services for the community to honor his life will be held at 11:30 am Saturday, January 12, 2019 at the bandshell in Riverview Park – Clinton. » Read more..
Fire Fighter Adam Cain breathing tube was removed Sunday January 6, 2019 for about 12 hours. Adam did extremely well and was able to breath on his own. The family was able to hold a conversation with him and tell him they loved him and he knows everyone is behind him. » Read more..
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If your New Year’s Resolution involves your health-a local dietician says you need to make it a lifestyle change not just a resolution. Hear more from Mercy Medical Outpatient Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator April Barsema and Mercy’s Community Health and Wellness Coordinator Andrea Barnett –about the issue of your New Year’s Resolution about being healthier.