LYNDON, Ky (WAVE 3)– A prayer service was held Sunday afternoon for a teenager who was badly injured when he was swept away through a drainage pipe, according to WAVE 3.
The prayer service was held Sunday afternoon at St. Margaret Mary. Davey Albright, 15, was critically injured Friday. Officials say he was playing in a drainage ditch near Melissa Drive when he was swept away through the pipe. They say that the water carried him around 100 yards to the back of a home on Tamarisk Parkway.
WAVE 3 reports that over 150 friends and family members attended the vigil to pray for the Trinity High School student.
His friends set up a GoFundMe to help pay for his medical bills. The GoFundMe claims that a liter of water had to be removed from his lungs and that he needs help breathing. It also states that Albright is on several medications and is still not awake.
To donate to the GoFundMe, click here.