DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Dozens were bowling strikes Saturday for a Centerville High School grad who was critically injured in an accident last year.
Friends and family of Alex Lovett gathered at Poelking Lanes South on Kingsridge Drive in Dayton Saturday afternoon for a fundraiser.
Alex was critically injured in a crash on Brandtford Road in Harrison Township back in September of 2012. Nineteen-year-old Mitchell Haber of Centerville was killed in the accident.
The injuries Alex sustained in the accident were extensive and his road to recovery is long and expensive.
Before the accident, Alex was an avid bowler and a member of the Greater Dayton Bowling Community. His high school bowling team put on a fundraiser to help pay for Alex's medical costs.
Folks were able to pay $15 for two hours of extreme effects bowling. There was also a raffle and silent auction.
Money from the bowling benefit will go towards Alex's extensive therapy.
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