Repairman John Bocci has been awarded $100,000 for his work saving a life from a traumatic brain injury.
Boccci was an ambulance driver for years and was in the hospital the night of March 28, 2011.
He called 911 after he saw a man lying on the ground near a street corner.
The man was wearing his seat belt and was conscious but unable to talk, the medical examiner’s office said in a news release.
He died at the scene.
The crash was captured on video by a passerby.
Boca’s wife and daughter were at the hospital at the time of the crash and the crash scene is now in private hands.
The Associated Press is not identifying Boca because of the pending investigation.
A jury awarded Bocco $1.1 million in damages for the man’s death.
A family member said the award was bittersweet.
“It was a blessing to have it, but it was also bittersweet,” said his daughter, Amanda Boca.
“I think it’s a lot of sadness, but also a lot hope for John, for his family, for anyone else in the area who was hurt or in need of medical attention,” Boca said.
The family has been trying to raise money for the boy’s medical expenses, and the family is raising $5,000 through a GoFundMe account.
BOCCI’S PRIVATE COMPANY, RENOVATIONS AND TROUBLESHIPS Boca has been working to fix the business for years, but he has been at it for just over a year now, according to his company website.
Boccio said his wife had a stroke in November.
Bofica said she is not sure how much she’ll be able to do at the company, but she is trying to get some help with some of the business problems.
She has had trouble keeping track of all the contractors who have worked on the site.
Bonta’s father, John Boca, was in his 70s when he died.
His son has worked at the facility since 2000 and is the company’s president.
He said he has had difficulty understanding why the company has been unable to keep up with new technology, such as laser and GPS cameras, in recent years.
He also said the company is working on more upgrades to the hospital.
B ofica said the new facility was supposed to have a new office and reception room for doctors and nurses, and new technology will help with that.
“We have a lot more things to do, but we’re doing our best,” Bocce said.
Boscicio said he is also working on new equipment for the emergency room and the operating room, as well as a new computer and video system.
Boclio said the facility will also have a private suite for patients and staff.
BOOCICI’S FAMILY LOST IN Boca’S INVESTIGATION After his father’s death, Bocici had a vision for his son’s business and the new facilities.
“He told me, ‘I want you to do something for me,'” Bocchi said.
“So we started thinking, how do we do that?”
In the past, Bocai had tried to open a new business but the owner had not been interested.
“That was when we thought, let’s make this a private business,” he said.
When the owner died, Bocci started thinking about the other projects he had on the go.
He decided to open his own company.
He hired a new CEO, hired an executive director and started building out a brand that would be synonymous with his son and his company.
Bologna’s owners, the Bocis, have been supportive, and Bocico’s family said they were shocked to hear of the awards.
“They’re just the right thing to do,” Amanda Bocic said.
Her brother-in-law, Mark Boca told The Associated American he was proud to see Boccialis work and the awards were just the icing on the cake.
“If anything it’s just a blessing that he has the support of his family,” he told The AP.
“As a father, I hope that he’s able to get through it, and get back to work.”