Those wishing to send cards or well wishes to the Trenton football player who was hospitalized after suffering a severe injury while playing football should send them to the Trenton Police Department.
Brady Tanguay was critically injured during a football clinic where athletes were not wearing pads, but were wearing helmets. Brady was hit helmet first while his midsection was exposed causing damage to his pancreas and a hematoma on his small intestine.
While his pancreas has improved, the hematoma on Brady's small intestine has resisted efforts to shrink it. It was the size of a baseball on Monday, according to Brady's mother, Nikki Fitch Tanguay.
Brady has been in the hospital since the incident happened Saturday, July 22. He has undergone several treatments. He would be stating football prctice for Trenton High School on Monday with the rest of his teammates if not for the injury.
For those without Facebook, or for those wishing to do a little more than make an electronic comment, Trenton Police Officer and Brady's dad, Rick Tanguay, has asked all correspondence or gifts to Brady be addressed to the Trenton Police Department.
Here's the address:
Trenton Police Department
C/O: Brady Tanguay
2872 West Jefferson
Trenton, Michigan 48183
"Thank you all so much once again for everything," Nikki said on Facebook. "This poor kid needs a huge break and in the meantime, some cheering up from all of you might do him well. God bless you all and thank you from the bottom of our hearts."