SJ - January 29, 2021
Patriots safety Patrick Chung urged people to help donate money to high school hockey player A.J. Quetta and his family. He was seriously injured during a game when he went headfirst into the boards.
Doctors fear he will never be able to move his body again. The Boston Bruins heard about Quetta's injury and joined Chung by donating $100,000.
A statement from the Boston Bruins: pic.twitter.com/hPIi8WsU18
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) January 27, 2021
If you'd like to donate the GoFundMe can be found here.
From TMZ Sports:
Patriots star Patrick Chung is urging people to help a high school hockey player who was seriously injured in an on-ice crash ... saying, "I couldn’t imagine as a parent having to deal with this."
The story of A.J. Quetta is heartbreaking ... the Bishop Feehan H.S. athlete slammed head-first into the boards during a game Tuesday night, and it's now unclear if he'll ever be able to move his body again.
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As tragic as this is for the high school kid it's good to see so many people rallying around the family in their time of need. The GoFundMe is over $500,000 at the time this article is being written.