STANLY COUNTY, N.C. - Friends and family of a North Stanly High School student are rallying to raise money for her medical care after she was hurt in an accident.
In March, 17-year-old Katelin Rush was nearly killed when a pickup truck T-boned the car she was in on Highway 52.
Rush needs intensive therapy and a conversion van after suffering severe head trauma.
Organizers are throwing a barbecue fundraiser Friday night at West Albemarle Baptist Church.
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