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A University of Benin don, He said the Nigerian lawmakers are only interested in buying wheel barrows,m. in Evansdale Iowa a 2018 Freightliner driven by John Baus of Milwaukee who was hauling a Sam’s Club trailer smashed into the rear of the CamryMarshal 14 a sixth-grader at Open World Learning Community School was critically injured and flown to the University of Iowa Hospital in Iowa City where he remains in the intensive-care unit being treated for a traumatic brain injury"It’s hour by hour" Amy Buck 53 said during a phone interview from the hospital on Tuesday "We won’t know the extent of anything for a while"But she reported that Marshal spoke on Monday morning for the first time since the crash"I was wiping his mouth and all of a sudden he said ‘Thank you’" said Amy Buck the adolescent parent and child care nurse at Harding Senior High School and lead nurse at AGAPE High School in St Paul "And I was like ‘Oh my God He talked’"Then Marshal said he wanted a soda — an orange Fanta to be specific"And then he said ‘I want a hug’ and I gave him a hug and then he said ‘I love you Mommy’" she saidAmy Buck who suffered a concussion broken rib and a head injury was released last week from Covenant Hospital in Waterloo Jonas 20 a student at Hamline University and a graduate of Highland Park High School is undergoing rehabilitation at Covenant Hospital for a serious leg and arm injuryIan Buck was treated at UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital in Waterloo and has been released He teaches computer tech at Harding Senior High School is the school’s assistant adviser for Robotics Club oversees the school’s after-school gaming club and serves as the school’s webcasterTheir brother Caleb 22 attends Century College in White Bear LakeBlack Hawk County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Mark Herbst said it was a miracle that anyone in the back seat of the Camry survived the crash"We’re hoping and praying for them" Herbst said Tuesday "It’s surprising given the trauma that that car went through that they were able to survive it It was a horrible one"As they were driving home on Dec 29 the Bucks arranged to rendezvous for lunch in Waterloo Eric Buck pulled off at the exit just past the crash site and went to a Subway"We had ordered and eaten lunch and we were playing a game" he said "We were there for about an hour waiting for them We just figured they must be pulling semis out of the ditch so they’ve got the traffic stopped and nobody can get through"Then Eric Buck’s cellphone rangAmy Buck said she regained consciousness in the ambulance and was able to tell EMTs to call her husband His cellphone which had not been working in Iowa due to a lack of cellular service miraculously worked she said"He had not had service the whole trip but he got the call" she saidAnother miracle: the car that was struck was the Toyota Camry that the Bucks had purchased from a neighbor down the block a month ago"That car saved our lives" Amy Buck said "I really want to write (Toyota) a letter and thank them Our other car is smaller and I don’t think we would have made it"Since the crash the St Paul community has rallied around the family — raising money through a GoFundMe account providing meals and taking care of their pets including a bearded dragon named Critter the Bucks saidLongtime family friend Gigi Decker said the Bucks have "helped a ton of people and organized a ton of things" on St Paul’s East Side"They’re well connected" she said "They’re very community oriented They’ve done so much for so many people"Decker is helping organize a fundraising breakfast bake sale and craft sale to help the family from 9 to 11 am Feb 3 at Mounds Park United Methodist Church"We want them just to focus on healing and everything else that needs to get done" she saidIn addition friends and family are asking people to light candles and send out a "prayer blast" for the Bucks at 11:30 am Sunday"As much as you can bomb people with angels and love we’re going to do that" she saidPictures of people toasting Marshal with orange Fanta and lighting candles for him are also being shared on a private "Prayer Warrior Team" Facebook sitePeople all over the world are praying for Marshal who was adopted from India in May 2016 according to the Bucks"God put it on my heart when I went there in 1988 for five months" Amy Buck said "Eric proposed to me right before I left You know you come home you get married you start a family But God didn’t let go of it"When Jonas the youngest of their three oldest sons was 5 Eric "pulled all the baby stuff out to bring it to the church rummage sale" Amy Buck said "I said ‘What are you doing . You can’t do that You’ll get rid of my dream’"Within a month the Bucks had contacted Children’s Home Society and begun adoption proceedings for Tanushri who is now 15 and a ninth-grader at Open World Learning Community School They then adopted Subashri who is 14 and an eighth-grader at OWLIn 2015 the Bucks learned about Marshal who was living in an orphanage in Kerala India“There had been several years of tugging at my heart again” Amy Buck said “It seemed like India was closed to us and we were thinking about China or foster care or this or that and none of it felt right”A friend who was traveling in India told them about Marshal who had been living in the orphanage much longer than other children Amy Buck said“I think Marshal got forgotten to be honest” she saidThe director of the orphanage took Marshal to the Shrine of St Alphonsa “to pray that he would get a family” about a month before the Bucks decided to adopt him Amy Buck saidThe orphanage asked the Bucks to recite Psalm 91 to Marshal every night before he went to bed; Marshal had memorized the Bible verse in his native language of MalayalamIt begins with these verses: “Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty I will say of the Lord ‘He is my refuge and my fortress my God in whom I trust’ ”“No matter what is going on out there God is with you God is protecting you” Eric Buck said “Wherever you go however rough life is whatever is going on God is with you and so we read that one to him because that’s a verse from home”The director of the orphanage has been back at the shrine to pray for Marshal since the crash and has arranged for oils and a medallion blessed at the shrine to be brought to Minnesota Amy Buck said“When I told the orphanage director yesterday that he had started to talk she said: ‘Praise the Lord I knew that God would not take the little boy who had waited the longest ever at this orphanage to get adopted’ ” Amy Buck said “She said she knew that he was here for a purpose that He wasn’t going to take him yet that there is some kind of purpose for him to be here“We don’t know what it is yet but there is”At 8 to 12 weeks old the puppies leave their mothers and join Hero Dogs in Montgomery County Maryland There they are house-trained learn to walk on a leash and are taught basic commands Over the next year or so the puppies go everywhere with their trainers to become comfortable around people and other animalsAt 18 months the puppies learn special skills Injured veterans often have trouble doing things that used to be easy such as walking up stairs shutting doors or turning light switches off and on During this part of training the puppies learn to do these types of tasks and moreJust like you change as you get older so do the puppies Some may be better at one job so they will get added training in that area Usually by the time a dog turns 2 it is matched with a veteran based on its energy behavior and skills along with the veteran’s experience lifestyle and needsAfter pairing each team spends a few weeks in a cabin at the Hero Dogs facility learning to live together Over the next several months they get more training to make sure everything is going smoothly If it is they graduate from the program and the dog goes home with the veteranFor one Labrador retriever named Gracie it took a couple of tries to find the right home She was 4 last year when she was paired with Air Force veteran Michael Harris who served in the Vietnam War from 1969 to 1970 and now lives in Waynesboro VirginiaGracie named after Rear Admiral Grace Hopper a pioneer in computer technology is spunky"She’s not your typical Lab that runs into a room and loves everybody" Harris saysBut she quickly adjusted to him and learned ways to help him manage the stress caused by his military service a problem that surfaced five years ago Now if Harris has a nightmare Gracie will climb into bed and nuzzle him If that doesn’t wake him she can turn on the light switchOne of her most important skills is distracting Harris when he gets worried especially in crowded or noisy places She nudges him with her nose or puts her head in his lap This helps him focus on her and eases his anxietyIn public Gracie wears a red vest that says "Hero Dogs" and "Service Dog in Training" At restaurants she sits under the table On airplanes she sits under the seat in front of Harris Other travelers usually don’t know she’s there unless the flight crew knows them and calls out "Hey Gracie’s coming on board"More than 55 dogs have entered the Hero Dogs program since its start in 2009 The most recent class has five puppies ranging in age from 11 weeks to 23 weeks: Bert Nick Jaz Raymond and BartleyEvery now and then a dog has health problems or other complications that keep it from becoming a service dog Some become therapy dogs instead They provide comfort and affection to people but are not trained to do specific tasksFor Hero Dogs and other service animals it’s a special life "Gracie was waiting on me and I was waiting for Gracie" Harris says "I can’t imagine being without her"—"There was a semi .. 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