WINCHESTER, Ky. (FOX 56) – Members of the Winchester community gathered Monday for a prayer vigil as a young boy is still unresponsive and fighting for his life in a Kentucky hospital.
Kameron May, 12, suffered a number of injuries, including multiple skull fractures, a broken vertebrae, and brain damage back in April when he fell through a roof. The family said it is the outpouring of love they’ve received that keeps them going.
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“It was amazing. The outpouring of love, the people speaking, the kids were respectful and it felt like they were listening and it just really means a lot to know that everywhere we go, we’re constantly being asked, ‘How’s Kam? How’s Kam?’. People that don’t know us, people that have never met us, it’s- it’s really just- it means a lot to have so much outpouring of love from the community.” Shannon Martin, Kameron May’s Aunt said.
The vigil was held at the middle school track on Boone Avenue in Winchester.