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Lexington deputy seriously hurt in crash, now recovering

Cameron Cain was hit by oncoming vehicle. He's since had to have multiple surgeries.

LEXINGTON, S.C. — A Lexington County deputy is recovering after he was seriously injured in a crash while he was in his patrol car. 

The group Serve and Connect, a non-profit that supports fostering partnerships between the community and police, says the incident involving Deputy Cameron Cain happened back on July 27.

According to them, Cain was responding to a call of suicidal person. As he was driving to the scene, a car from the oncoming lane crashed into his patrol car along Meadowfield Road. 

Serve and Connect said Cain suffered injuries to his neck, head, and face and had to spend a week in the hospital. He had to have several surgeries but is now back home. However, the group says he has a long recovery ahead. 

Cain has been with the department since 2016. He's currently a master deputy who patrols the south part of the county. 

“I am so grateful that Cameron is going to recover from this accident,” said Jessica, Deputy Cain’s wife, in a statement. “The gratitude is overwhelming. There has been so much support from Lexington County Sheriff’s Department, over wives, family and friends. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.”

Credit: Serve & Connect
Cameron Cain

Serve & Connect has established a fund to support Deputy Cain and his family, assisting with his recovery and any unexpected costs

“Serve & Connect is honored to serve those who serve us such as Deputy Cain and his family. We are proud to facilitate this fundraiser and provide a way for those who know and love Cameron and the community to support him as he recovers,” said Kassy Alia Ray, founder & CEO of Serve & Connect.

Donate by visiting:  Deputy Cain Recovery Fund

Direct URL: https://serveandconnect.networkforgood.com/projects/106242-deputy-cameron-cain-recovery-fund

Credit: Serve & Connect


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