We started off the day rejoicing with Shane’s progress with the removal of the air-tube, neck brace, and his weening off of the sedation. We knew the challenge would then be his awakening and him understanding his condition and moving on from there. The great news is that he has proven he can breathe on his own without the aid of a machine.

As the day went on it was obvious he was not handling it well and the decision was made to administer the medication necessary to get him to a quiet state; this required the reinsertion of the air-tube. As his healing progresses they will again start its removal. This is common with those dealing with such trauma and is not viewed as a setback but an indicator of where he is in his healing.

We expect him to have a night full of rest: God bless you!

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  1. So good to hear of any type of improvment as that is a very positive sign. We will keep you all in our thoughts, for more positive changes in Shanes situation. Keep up the good fight Shane, and stay strong.

    Neil and JJ

  2. I can’t stop thinking of you all. I wish I could be there to help the family with any needs. My heart and prayers are with you. May his Love hold us together. Love u guys

  3. Intensly praying for you guys during this time. Please let Shane know that Erica and I wish him the best during his recovery. Is their anything that we can send to cheer him up or make his time easier? Please let us know on the blog along with an address to send anything to. Love you guys.

  4. Ok..a set back…but we ill move on from there..
    You re in. TRAMS facility! Hey know hat is happening an they will make th best decisions! I have. Feeling you will rejoice again soon….prayers will continue…

  5. Prayers for you all…..Not standimg behind you…but right by your side….We can do this…Love the Altman Family

  6. Dear Gail & Family, Your son Shane is in my prayers constantly. God willing he will be back to his old self soon. Take care all…Love, Mary Baron. Sonja’s group employee

  7. Mr. and Mrs. Mosko, K.J told me about Shane’s horrible accident. You have all been in our thoughts and prayers every day. He is a strong young man and I know he will get through all of this. God bless all of you during this time of healing and recovery. Please know that if there is anything any of you need, we are just a phone call away. Jim &Lisa Clynes, KJ and Alyssa Gemmell

  8. We love you Gail. You are an outstanding woman and asset to American Airlines. Our deepest heartfelt prayers and positive thoughts are with you, Shane and your entire family. We pray for a successful and speedy recovery. If we can do more, please, just let us know. May God bless and keep you and yours. Dave and Melinda

  9. Gail, I am so sorry to hear about Shane’s accident. You an your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. I am sending very positive thoughts, love, and prayers your way. Eileen Clark

  10. Dear Gail: Shane, you and your family are in my prayers; may God bless Shane with a speedy recovery and may God bless all of you with good health, love and peace.

  11. Gail, we are thinking of you and your family constantly and sending prayers your way for Shane. Our 2000 flight attendants down here are pulling for him also! Love and hugs to you. 😉 Randy and Jena

  12. Mosko Family;
    Y’all’re in my thoughts. May the Universe shed upon Shane all its warm & loving light along with positive vibes for a speedy recovery. Om shanti, shanti, shanti.

  13. So happy to hear he is improving! Not only is he a strong man but he has an amazing family right by his side! Love you guys

    • Gail, I am sure God has already given you and your family the strengh, wisdom and courge to win. All will be well.

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