Benefits Planned for Boy, 4, Injured in Wausau Crash

By: WSAW Staff Email
By: WSAW Staff Email

Two benefits will be held this month for the son of Rothschild man killed in single vehicle car crash over the weekend.

Jordan Dixon, 4, was critically injured during the crash and remains at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield following brain surgery. Organizers of his benefit says he has made remarkable progress in his two weeks at the hospital. According to a post on a Facebook page updating people on his progress, he was able to leave the ICU a few days ago.

His father, Michael Dixon, 24, was killed in the crash.

The first benefit will Sunday, April 14th at Bojo's Sport Bar in Rib Mountain. A second will held Saturday, April 27th at 4 p.m. at Dale's Weston Lanes in Weston.

Money is being raised to offset Jordan's medical costs.

Cards and donations for Jordan can be sent to the hospital:
St. Joseph's Hospital Room 335 PICU
611 St. Joseph Ave Marshfield WI 54449

Click here to view updates and offer support to Jordan's family on a public Facebook page updated by his mother.

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