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By Deb Brandes

Gabby Kranock update: Homecoming planned for this month

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Cuba teen was seriously injured in September 3 by a drunk driver

By Andrew Harris

The family of Gabby Kranock is happy to announce that she ready to get back home after three months of recovery and multiple surgeries. Gabby herself is determined to get back home to Cuba and a celebration is being planned. While the date of her release in not certain yet, this event is planned for the first part of December. Stay tuned for more information when a date and time are set. A note today on social media from Gabby’s family:

✨✨GABBY SPRINKLE #2✨✨

Gabby has set a personal goal to bust out of the hospital πŸ₯ and be home by December 15th!! We know she can do anything she puts her mind to, but some extra prayers to give her the extra strength, determination, and fight to accomplish this would be most welcome πŸ™πŸ’₯πŸ’ͺ You got this, Gabby and we got you!!

With Gabby’s permission and excitement, we will all have the chance to line the streets of Cuba and welcome her home together!! The Cuba Fire Department πŸš’ has graciously volunteered to escort Gabby into town with lights flashing 🚨 and sirens blaring!! Route, date and time to be determined.

So, get your poster board and art supplies out, and start getting your welcome home signs made for this wonderful event!! Let’s make this a magical night to remember for our sweet girl πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

#GabbyStrong#HerFightIsOurFight#DontDrinkandDrive

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