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Florida HS QB Dowie suffered severe brain injury

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

A Florida high school quarterback was seriously injured on Friday night. Nathan Dowie, suffered bleeding from his brain after scoring a touchdown for Hilliard High School football team

He scored a touchdown in their 21-18 loss to Oak Hill. Initially, he fell after scoring a rushing touchdown against the Eagles, according to News4Jax

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Hospital (Photo by Pixabay)

Following the game, he was transported to a local Florida hospital. There, it was discovered that he was bleeding from the brain. 

First Coast News is reporting that he will be in the hospital for a while. There is a GoFundMe set up to help with hospital expenses. 

Besides the GoFundMe, a Facebook post said that Friday night’s 50/50 will also go towards Dowie’s medical expenses. 

“[Nate] is an amazing, strong young man,” the Facebook post said. “We are all blessed to have him touch our lives. He and his family need their Hilliard family, friends and neighbors’ support and prayers.”

As of this post, $2,970 has been raised in the GoFundMe. The goal of the campaign is to raise $5,000. 

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