Gaston, SC (Paul Kirby) – Serve & Connect has set up an official fundraiser for a Lexington County deputy seriously injured in a collision near Gaston that occurred in July of this year.
Serve & Connect is a 501-C non-profit that has done much for our law enforcement community since its inception. According to their website at, www.serveandconnect.networkforgood.com, over the past three years, Serve & Connect has helped thousands of individuals and families. They always want to do more and you can help with that by giving.
On the website they say that through their Together We are Better Movement and their growing portfolio of programs and service offerings; they aspire to increase their impact significantly over the next 24 months. One of their programs is now working alongside a Lexington County sheriff’s deputy and his family who were affected by a serious vehicle collision.
On July 27, 2020, Deputy Cameron Cain was one of multiple Lexington County Sheriff's Department units responding with lights and sirens to a call about a suicidal person. A vehicle from the oncoming lane on Meadowfield Road crashed into Deputy Cain's Tahoe after other cars had stopped to let the emergency vehicles through.
Deputy Cain suffered significant neck, head and facial injuries and was in the hospital for more than a week. He’s home now after multiple surgeries. He has quite a recovery ahead, including a special diet for the next few weeks as his jaw heals.
Deputy Cain started at Lexington County Sheriff's Department in July, 2016. He’s a patrol deputy in the southern part of the county. According to the department, he has maintained a good attitude and his dry wit even after the crash.
"I am so grateful that Cameron is going to recover from this accident," shared his wife Jessica to Serve & Connect. "The gratitude is overwhelming. There has been so much support from Lexington County Sheriff's Department, other wives, family and friends. From the bottom of my heart, thank you."
This fundraiser is established to support Deputy Cain and his family during his recovery. You can give to his cause on-line by following this direct link to the fundraising page. Give to Deputy Cain. Please do what you can to help.