GoFundMe To Help Framingham Man, 23, Whose Arm Was Amputated After Vehicle Crash

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FRAMINGHAM – Over the weekend, Greg Cunningham, 23, of Framingham was in a “horrific” crash in new Hampshire with an off-road vehicle. His arm was pinned under the vehicle.

“He was taken by Med-Flight back to Boston where a trauma unit started working on his partially severed arm. After hours of of surgery, Greg woke up to find out his left arm had been partially amputated,” wrote Jennifer Puglielli, who launched the GoFundMe earlier today, October 19.

“Please help Greg with his recovery from this terrible accident. He has a long road ahead of him that will involve multiple surgeries and many accommodations. Greg faces many challenges ahead which will ultimately lead him to be fitted for a prosthetic arm and long-term rehabilitation. All funds will go to pay the medical bills he will be facing and any shortfall in living expenses as his recovery time is unknown,” wrote Puglielli.

Cunningham has worked part-time for the last seven years for Puglielli Landscape.

“Throughout his high school and college years plowing and and landscaping for us. Not only is he loyal and dependable, he has not missed a snowstorm in 7 years! He recently graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2020 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and is actively working in the construction field using his computer skills with CAD while still searching for a job in computer coding,” wrote Puglielli.

To donate to the goal of raising $40,000, click here.

More than $7,500 has been raised in the first 3 hours.

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