Community leave heart-warming messages of support for Jacob

IT'S not just Jacob Nuske's family thrilled to have their son home, our Facebook community has shared their heart-warming messages of support. 

The 17-year-old had to fight to survive after he was struck by two cars on the Pialba-Burrum Heads Rd in Dundowran in July.

The Fraser Coast community has been backing the teenager and his family and following his journey through the family Facebook Page Pray for Jacob Nuske

 

YOUR MESSAGES OF SUPPORT FOR JACOB ON FACEBOOK

"Well Done Jacob such wonderful news for him and his family."

-Michelle Louise

"Praise god he is good . Thank you lord for the blessing sending love and support to The Nuske family, love the mob."

-Anna-Lee Adams

"Best news ever! Well done Jacob, what a fighter! Fantastic news for the Nuske family, the supportive community and the drivers of the vehicles that hit Jacob! Can't imagine the horror they must feel. A great end to a terrible story!"

-Taleese Penna

 

"Yep and Janine prayers are coming still strongly for our Mitchells Mission little man and we are bringing him home as soon as we can."

- Louise Cocker

"Day by day, we are getting closer."

-Janine Neeny Cawthray

"Day by day we help with prayers babe."

-Louise Cocker

 

"The amount of support the Nuske family has received is spectacular. I'm sure the prayers, good wishes and wonderful community spirit has been uplifting and assisted with his recovery. Welcome home Jacob, it's wonderful to see you back. What an amazing community we have on the Fraser Coast."

-Janine Neeny Cawthray
 

How wonderful.

-Darryl Karen Walter
 

"Great news welcome home Jacob."

-Sara Lewis

 


"Wonderful news!!!"

-Sue Ranson



"Fantastic news ...Welcome Home Jabob ...nice to be home with your lovely family."

-Michelle Otto

"Finally welcome back home!!!!"

-Una Jordan

"God answered all of our prayers! Amazing news and may your future be bright."

-Ange Murray



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