|Peace out, friends|
If you saw Bill Ross today, you’d never know his body had been crushed in a truck accident. He had a broken hip, broken wrist, three broken ribs, and two legs broken in five places. Plus a collapsed lung and concussion. Serious blows to bone and flesh.
These days, if you saw this 50-something man on a Wednesday night in our church kitchen, you’d see a mighty strong man. He can strain humongous pots of boiling pasta water, grill ground beef 20 pounds at a time, and wield hot and heavy casseroles from industrial-sized ovens. It is now five years after his accident, and he can cook an entrée for 150 people in two hours. Bill Ross has come a long way since June 30, 2008, when his 22-foot-long straight truck slammed into a semi-truck on a two-lane road in rural Iowa. The other truck driver helped him, he was rushed to intensive care, and doctors didn’t know if he’d make it through the night.Read full post here