Help Support Luke Ashe
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Please Donate to Help Luke and His Family with Medical bills and recent expenses due his recent coma.
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Mark Lucas Ashe is a 27 year old native of Vancouver Wa and attended Columbia River High school. He has been an inspiration to friends and family in recent years. He woke up one day and decided he was tired of being overweight and unhealthy, with the help of his doctor he began a journey to change his eating habits and started exercising on a regular basis. After a year of committing to his new lifestyle he lost over 120 lbs and his doctor removed him from most of his medications. Luke had taken a giant leap and maintained his focus. Running and eating well had become a new way of life for him. He ran multiple sponsored runs in the area and set a goal of finishing a half marathon which he ended up completing a couple months ago. Luke also lost his father to a long illness about a month ago.

On Tuesday January 15th his grandmother who he's been living with over the past couple years received a call from Metro Metals his employer who he works for as an equipment operator. They informed her that he had missed work Monday which was unlike him. She went to check on him and found him in a coma barely holding on and called 911. He was transported to Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital and stabilized. The physicians haven't been able to determine what caused his body to shutdown but discovered he had multiple strokes and his heart had stopped. He is currently in a coma at Legacy Salmon Creek and is somewhat stable. Test results have shown limited brain activity and the physicians are hoping that he wakes up sometime soon. He has a long road ahead of him and there are quite a few unknowns with his recovery due to all of the strokes he endured.
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