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photo of Jason Wichman at the finish line Iron Dog Race 2009
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Run the Course : the Recovery of Jason Wichman
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As for Jason's family and friends, we pray for and expect full recovery. Jason is a hard worker and the head of his household, and its only source of income. During this time of recovery, he will be unable to support his family.  Monthly bills and hospital bills are mounting daily. The doctors say that every patient is different, especially concerning the time it takes them to heal. Please consider donating to the Jason Wichman Recovery Fund to help him and his family during this difficult time.  
Jason had a severe blow to the brain, All his other injuries are very fixable. The Doctors, at first, were not giving him much chance of making it through 48 hours, but Jason is still here and fighting. The damage to the brain is in the center of the brain, so any attempt to operate would do way more damage than good. Right now they are saying there is nothing they can do, but watch and pray. The doctors are somewhat pessimistic, but admit that they have seen people recover from severe brain injury. So for now we are taking each day of life as a day with Hope in Jesus Christ

According to Alaska State Troopers, Robert Stone, 44, and Jason Wichman, 31, were in a chase plane that went down in Rainy Pass on Sunday afternoon (February 17, 2013). Stone is an Anchorage attorney, and Wichman had plans to race this year but withdrew because of an injury last week.

​Kalei Rupp, spokeswoman with the Alaska Air National Guard, said the plane crashed shortly after 3 p.m. about a mile from the Rainy Pass Lodge.  The owner of the lodge, Steve Perrins, said the single-engine plane had taken off from the airport during windy conditions...."read entire article.
"Anchorage, AK — A well-known Anchorage attorney, as well as a racer who withdrew from the 2013 Iron Dog snowmachine race, were seriously injured Sunday after a support plane following the race crashed.

Jason Wichman was born and raised in Montana.  He moved to Anchorage, Alaska when he was sixteen and has since enjoyed the great adventure lifestyle that is indicative of the Alaskan Life. He is a true outdoors man who takes joy in participating in activities such as hunting, fishing, snow machine racing and golf. 

Jason Wichman 
c/o Lisa Cox
504 Reynolds Street
Lewistown, MT 59457
(please do not write the check to Jason, it will be unable to be cashed) 

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The Brain Injury Alliance of Montana
1280 South 3rd Street West, Suite 4
Missoula, MT 59801
Contact Kristin Morgan at 406-541-6442

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