A Springfield College wrestler is recovering from injuries suffered in a sledding accident on campus on January 4.
Springfield College said that they are aware of what happened and are working with the family of Griffin Reid who now has a traumatic brain injury and is at a rehabilitation facility in Connecticut.
A spokesperson for the college told Western Mass News that it happened on the college's East Campus about a mile from the main campus.
The college tells Western Mass News that it was part of a team building exercise.
Many students said they hadn't heard of anyone being injured, but told us, it's not uncommon for an athletic team to get together for activities.
On a Gofundme page created for Griffin's recovery, it reads:
"There is currently no prognosis, as is common with brain injuries such as Griffin's. Our hope is he will recover and have 100% of his faculties restored, but we just don't know for sure."
Springfield College said:
"The campus is thinking about Griffin and his family and look forward to welcoming him back to the college when he is able and ready."
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