First Responders
Help a hero get back on his feet.
First Responders
Surgery
New York
Created May 3rd, 2021

P.O. Chris Racioppo was attacked by a perpetrator with a knife following an attempted car stop and foot pursuit. P.O. Racioppo was stabbed in the upper leg severing an artery and veins, also causing severe muscle damage. The officer lost the equivalent of his entire body's blood supply, spent nearly three weeks in the hospital, a large portion of that sedated and intubated, fighting for his life. P.O. Racioppo has a very long road to recovery ahead of him and will miss a substantial amount of time away from work, and that is the best case scenario. There is no way to tell how his leg will heal and if he will ever be able to resume his Police career. In addition Chris's fiance is pregnant and has, and will continue to, miss extensive work to care for Chris. Thank you to all who can help our brother and his family. 

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Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark donated $100
5 months ago
Jeff Harkins
Jeff Harkins donated $100
5 months ago
George Politis
George Politis donated $100
5 months ago
Juan rivadeneyra
Juan rivadeneyra donated $50

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5 months ago
John Priest
John Priest donated $100
5 months ago
Jimmy Johnson
Jimmy Johnson donated $100
5 months ago
Anonymous
Anonymous donated $50
5 months ago
Anonymous
Anonymous donated $105

Get better bro. Your 105 family is thinking of you.

5 months ago
Michael Morse
Michael Morse donated $100

Wishing you a full speedy recovery

5 months ago
Sandra P
Sandra P donated $50

Officer Racioppo, glad you are out of the hospital. Wishing you all tje best and a speedy recovery.

5 months ago
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