Heartbreaking images show a six-year-old boy with a broken backbone on the long road to recovery after a horror accident in which his father was killed
- Khan Chambers suffered a terrible car accident on his birthday on June 10 this year
- He suffered from a broken backbone and collarbone and is undergoing rehabilitation
- His mother was left with extensive bills for treatment and funeral expenses
Heartbreaking images captures a six year old boy struggling to move as he recovers from a broken spine after a car accident in which this father was killed.
Khan Chambers and his father Shane were on their way to the movies to celebrate the boy's birthday on June 10 when they bumped into a Toyota LandCruiser in their home town of Bridgetown, three hours south of Perth.
The young boy is slowly recovering from his injuries and will undergo rehabilitation for at least three months until he is recovered, according to 9News.
Khan Chambers (photo) and his father Shane, were on their way to the movies to celebrate the boy's birthday on 10 May. They beat a Toyota LandCruiser.
Khan suffered a broken backbone, collarbone, internal injuries, and bleeding in the brain in the horrible accident.
In addition to extensive physical rehabilitation, his mental recovery has a long way to go, according to his mother Kay.
& # 39; He knows what happened, he is still counting, when he is ready he will take it out of the box and go through it with you, then he will put it away again, & # 39; she said.
Mrs. Chambers said it was only at the last minute that she decided not to join him in the car with his 18-month-old brother Odin after he began to become restless.
His mother Kay Chambers (right) is also left to the financial consequences of the long-term recovery of her son from home and the death of her husband Shane (left)
& # 39; That's one of the thoughts that first went through my mind and then it would just have been Khan, really just not a family, & # 39; said Mrs. Chambers.
Mrs Chambers is also left to the financial consequences of the long-term recovery of her son from home and the death of her husband, according to a GoFundMe set up to relieve the burden.
& # 39; Khan told his mother some details about the last moments in the crash that one of the parents would want them to forget, & # 39; stood there reading.
Although Khan is implementing an extensive healing process, his mother Kay says his mental recovery still has a long way to go
& # 39; Since Shane & # 39; s death, she has left Kay behind to help Khan stay in hospital for three to four hours from their home in Bridgetown.
& # 39; (This means she had to stay in the Ronald McDonald House in Perth with Odin for about two weeks, then move to her sister's place, pay the Shane & # 39; s funeral, and pay home mortgage .
& # 39; All she has had to pay and do is more than $ 175,000. & # 39;
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