Jan 6, 2016 10:43 AM
One of the Secret Service agents injured in a New Hampshire car crash last month while on duty sustained major injuries and continues to recover.
The collision in Wakefield on Dec. 29 and left Garrett FitzGerald with injuries to his spinal cord.
The crash also left one man dead, and three other Secret Service agents injured.
They were assigned to Hillary Clinton during a campaign stop in the Granite State.
According to a GoFundMe page Fitzgerald has no feeling or movement from the upper chest down.
Garrett remains at Mass General Hospital in Boston, and will be transferred to a specialized spinal cord injury center in the next few days.
Fitzgerald and his fiancé recently moved to Boston and were planning a March 2016 wedding according to the posting.
Friends and family have set up the page to help the couple cover the costs of medical care and rehabilitation.
In three days, they've already raised more than $100,000.
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