Account set up to help injured LSUPD officer
BATON ROUGE- The LSU Police Department said Thursday that funds have been created to help an officer who was hit by a car while working the university football game Saturday.
Officials said a car hit Sergent Chris Gresham as he escorted a motorcade of University of Alabama's officials and team doctors to the airport. Gresham broken several bones and injured his knee but is expected to make a full recovery according to LSUPD.
The LSU Foundation and Campus Federal Credit Union both have accounts set up for donations to help with Gresham's medical bills.
People can donate online or send a check to the LSU Foundation, 3838 West Lakeshore Drive., Baton Rouge, LA 70807 made payable to the LSU Foundation with "Chris Gresham Family Support Fund" in the notation line.
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