Georgia Boy Released from Hospital After Car Crash Kills His 2 Brothers and Parents: ‘God Blessed Us’

“He still has a ways to go. But the outlook is great,” Noah Mason’s grandmother said.

A 5-year-old boy, Noah Mason, has been released from the hospital after being injured in a tragic car accident in Georgia. The accident resulted in the loss of his parents and two older brothers.

An update from the GoFundMe page set up for the family states that Noah was discharged from the hospital on Friday, May 24.

“We are overjoyed that our sweet Noah is on his way to his new home,” stated Noah’s grandmother in a heartfelt message on the fundraiser page.

“He still has a ways to go. But the outlook is great,” she continued. “We shall never completely heal from the loss of his family and ours. But God blessed us with a five-year-old that will never allow us to slow down or wallow in our sadness.”

“Thank you all for the prayers, gifts, food, toys, and support,” she added, expressing her gratitude to those who helped the family during this difficult period. Noah was traveling with his family in their Kia vehicle northbound on I-75 on May 19 when their vehicle unexpectedly veered off the road, crossed the median, and entered the southbound lanes, as reported by the Georgia Department of Public Safety.

The Kia van collided with a Chevy Tahoe and a Toyota 4Runner. The vehicles were then struck by a commercial vehicle, and a Hyundai SUV also hit the rear of the Tahoe.

Authorities confirmed that three members of the Kia — Dakarai Mason, 43, Erin Mason, 35, and 14-year-old Brandon Crawford — were declared dead on the scene.

Two other children, Titus, 6, and Noah Mason, were taken to a hospital. Sadly, Titus succumbed to his injuries on May 22, but Noah is anticipated to recover fully.

The crash also claimed the life of Aimee Odom, 21, the Toyota 4Runner driver, who had been returning from a graduation party.

In another update, Noah’s grandmother thanked the medical staff for their tireless efforts during the challenging time.

“I would like to extend a very special thank you to all the nurses, doctors, counselors, techs, the PICU team, the PT group, and even the officers in the lobby who continually prayed and offered support,” she said. “We have come to love each and every one. We will be eternally grateful. God bless you all.”

The GoFundMe campaign has raised over $60,000, which will go towards covering Noah’s medical expenses.


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