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Married at First Sight's Nick Pendergrast Reveals He Is 'Partially Paralyzed' from Bad Accident

Married at First Sight's Nick Pendergrast Reveals He Is 'Partially Paralyzed' from Bad Accident 1

Married at First Sight alum Nick Pendergrast is opening up a couple of near-fatal accident that he was concerned in earlier this yr.

The previous actuality star, who welcomed twins in December 2017 together with his girlfriend Heather Yerrid, revealed in an emotional Instagram publish on Friday that he was left partially paralyzed after an “unfortunate severe accident while on the job” this previous January.

Now in a wheelchair, Pendergrast stated he has endured a “depressing” and “difficult” previous six months, however is working to “become independent” and stroll once more.

In an unique assertion to PEOPLE, the daddy of two additionally credited his girlfriend and mom for serving to him via this difficult time and famous that his kids, 1½-year-old son Logan and daughter Layla, proceed to encourage him day-after-day.

“It’s been the hardest year of my life, to say the least! had a lot of support from Heather and especially my mom … I don’t know what I would have done without them,” he says. “Motivation is all over my temporary apartment in the form of baby photos! My kids keep me going.”

“I lastly thought the time was proper to share… looks like the platform Married At First Sight has given me goes to be a tremendous help system as I proceed to combat for all times,” he provides. “The outpouring of love and support already means everything to me.”

Pendergrast opened his publish on Friday by echoing these sentiments and explaining why it took him so lengthy to share the upsetting information together with his followers.


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It’s been a life changing and devastating 2019. I knew for myself I needed to be in a better mental state to share what happened to me in January.  I don’t really know if I am truly ready to open up about all of it in fear of how it will be received. What I am sure of, I need all the support I can get right now to make it through this.  These pictures were taken so that if I survived, I could see how far I have come to give me hope for the future. I was in an unfortunate severe accident while on the job.  When Heather arrived to the ER, she was told they didn’t know if I was going to make it through the night. January 22nd, I was found submerged in water for hours, with severe hypothermia, multiple pelvic fractures, severely comminuted sacral fractures, Morel-Lavallee, and more.  It’s been 6 and a half months and I finally feel like I’ve gotten a straight answer about what the future may hold.  The nerve damage caused by the blunt trauma has left me partially paralyzed. Up until 2019, I had never met anyone in a wheelchair or knew of anyone in my circle that had experienced this type of thing. I had to relocate to a place that had the best doctors to save my life, and the best environment to regain any functionality in my lower body.  The past 6 months have been lonely, depressing, scary, stressful, and difficult.  Just recently, my goal has been to learn how to become independent again as a disabled individual.  I have the support of my family.  Heather brings one child at a time to see me since she can’t yet travel with two.  I am fighting every day to stay sane, motivated, and in high spirits.  It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do and I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.  I have gained empathy, compassion, and gratitude through this and hope to gain more.  If nothing else, I just want to be able to walk again. If anyone has experienced this and has a similar story, where they were told they will never walk again and did, I would love to hear from you.  Even if you were told you’d never walk again and didn’t, I would love to hear how you have coped and moved forward.  I am asking for your prayers, love, and hope through this difficult journey.

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“It’s been a life changing and devastating 2019. I knew for myself I needed to be in a better mental state to share what happened to me in January,” he wrote alongside a sequence of pictures and movies documenting his progress because the accident. 

“I don’t really know if I am truly ready to open up about all of it in fear of how it will be received. What I am sure of, I need all the support I can get right now to make it through this,” he continued. “These pictures were taken so that if I survived, I could see how far I have come to give me hope for the future.”

Although Pendergrast didn’t give specifics of how the January 22 accident occurred, he informed his followers he was “found submerged in water for hours, with severe hypothermia, multiple pelvic fractures, severely comminuted sacral fractures, Morel-Lavallee, and more.”

“When Heather arrived to the ER, she was told they didn’t know if I was going to make it through the night,” he added of his situation that night.

After six-and-a-half months, the previous actuality star stated he has lastly “gotten a straight answer about what the future may hold,” and went on to disclose that the “nerve damage caused by the blunt trauma has left me partially paralyzed.”

Pendergrast, who’s now in a wheelchair and receiving remedy to hopefully stroll once more sooner or later, defined that he’s needed to uproot his whole life to an space that had “the best doctors to save my life, and the best environment to regain any functionality in my lower body.”

“Up until 2019, I had never met anyone in a wheelchair or knew of anyone in my circle that had experienced this type of thing,” he admitted. “The past 6 months have been lonely, depressing, scary, stressful, and difficult.”

Regardless of feeling an array of feelings from the accident, Pendergrast stated he’s just lately had a change of coronary heart and has been centered on changing into impartial once more as a disabled particular person.

“I am fighting every day to stay sane, motivated, and in high spirits,” he stated. “It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do and I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy. I have gained empathy, compassion, and gratitude through this and hope to gain more. If nothing else, I just want to be able to walk again.”

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The star completed his publish by asking any of his followers who’ve gone via related experiences or have been informed they’d by no means stroll once more and did to succeed in out and share their tales.

“Even if you were told you’d never walk again and didn’t, I would love to hear how you have coped and moved forward,” he stated. “I am asking for your prayers, love, and hope through this difficult journey.”

Although Pendergrast requested for help amid the difficult time, a rep at Married at First Sight tells PEOPLE they’re assured the previous actuality star will make it via this.

“Nick is an extremely courageous particular person. We, at MAFS, have all the time identified that,” a rep for the present says. “He is a beloved member of our show family and we lift him and his family up now and forever. If anyone can turn this tragedy into a triumph, it’s Nick Pendergrast.”

The Married at First Sight alum’s accident sadly comes somewhat over a yr after he welcomed twins together with his girlfriend on December 10, 2017.

On the time, Pendergrast and Yerrid shared their disbelief over being dad and mom of two little ones in an unique assertion to PEOPLE.

“We are in awe with the twins. This entire experience has been surreal,” the couple stated in February 2018. “If you would have asked either of us if this is what we thought life would look like in a year, we would have laughed.”

The infants have been born two months early and spent a while within the hospital’s NICU, however finally went dwelling in February of that yr and have continued to develop and thrive ever since.

In December 2018, the daddy of two wrote a candy publish in honor of his kids’s first birthday. It was the final picture he posted on his Instagram earlier than the life-changing accident occurred just some weeks later, and he subsequently went silent for months.


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18 months in the books! #twins #twinning #laylaandlogan #18monthsbaby #photoop

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In April, he returned to the platform with a cute video of his daughter. He adopted that Instagram publish with one other lovable one, shared final month, when he celebrated the twins turning 18 months previous.

“18 months in the books! #twins #twinning #laylaandlogan#18monthsbaby #photoop,” he captioned the side-by-side photographs of the siblings in matching navy apparel.

Married at First Sight (produced by Kinetic Content material) airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.

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