He’s going to be OK! That’s the message Breaking Amish star Jeremiah Raber shared with fans when he gave them an update about his son’s health. Months after facing divorce drama with wife Carmela Raber, the reality star had some problems with his former spouse after his son was involved in an ATV accident. But now, instead of focusing on the fact that his ex didn’t give him immediate updates on his son’s condition, he’s just focusing on helping his kid get better. After the April accident, the reality show star gave fans an update on May 10. He took to YouTube to share the news after asking followers to keep his son in their thoughts on May 6.
“I just wanted to give you guys a quick update on what’s going on,” Jeremiah said in the video. “As a lot of you guys saw, [my kids] were in an ATV … accident where my son was pinned underneath after it flipped and landed on top of him. He was life-flighted into [a] Columbus, Ohio hospital, but, as of right now, he’s doing pretty good. And he actually just came home, so I just wanna thank every one of you guys that had us in your thoughts and prayers and send positive vibes.”
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He also used the opportunity to give fans an update on an accident he’d been in previously. On April 1, he posted another YouTube video, writing on Facebook, “We were just in a wreck.” In the May 10 clip, he explained, “As most of you guys already know, I was in Florida. I was in an accident, and I never posted after that. Never updated you guys to let you guys know what’s going on. But I just thought I would come on here and let you guys know that I am actually getting treatments done. I am going through quite a bit of stuff.”
He explained that his “neck is messed up,” he has a disk in his lower back that is “pushed way back,” and he has a fracture. “So, yeah,” he said. “It’s not a good feeling. It’s very sore. And I actually go see the doctor three times a week on this, so yeah. We’ll work our way through this.” We’re glad to see that both Jeremiah and his son are on the road to recovery — even if Jeremiah’s injuries are much more serious than he initially thought.
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